by Cassidy Allen Chubb
During Black History Month, the Atlanta Hawks highlighted two Black-owned businesses who played a pivotal role in the launch of the MLK Nike City Edition uniforms. With March being Women’s History Month and wanting to continue to celebrate Black-owned businesses in Atlanta, the Hawks partnered with Chase to tell Kelly Beaty English’s story and how she created SelfE Box. Continue reading How a Black Female-Owned Subscription Box Service is Helping Young Girls Feel Loved Every Month
by Brady Wakayama
An Arizona woman, born and raised in Navajo Nation, has become a viral sensation, showcasing her skateboarding skills on the reservation. Naiomi Glass hopes, with her growing platform, that a new skate park can be built and will inspire others to pursue their passions.
By Aria Hughes
Foot Locker recently named Melody Ehsani the Creative Director of its women’s business, but what exactly does that mean?
Continue reading Melody Ehsani Wants to Make Sneakers More Accessible as New Creative Director of Foot Locker’s Women’s Business
Francine Jamison-Tanchuck has logged more than 40 years in the industry, with the Civil War epic “Glory” marking her first film as lead designer. But she says she’s often faced skepticism from an industry that sought to pigeonhole her talent. “At one point, there was that
feeling of ‘Does a woman know how to capture a war film?’ I thought, ‘Watch me,’” she recalls.
“Our skin color should not be a criteria, only talent should matter,” ballerina Chloé Lopes Gomes told NBC News”
“I have wanted to write this book since I was 14, the year I finally understood Muslim women are everything.” — Dr. Seema Yasmin, author of “Muslim Women Are Everything” Continue reading ‘Muslim Women Are Everything’ Turns the Page on Stereotypes
From the arts to activism, here are five Latina Woman that are making strides, breaking boundaries and that you should be paying attention to. Continue reading Latinas on the Rise
Famous authors and artists are commonly photographed alongside a trusty mug of coffee, but that cup of joe is more likely to help the Continue reading Sorry, caffeine won’t make you more creative, but it may help you solve problems
By Sara Salam
Marie Kondo makes room for meaningful objects, people, and experiences.
The organizational guru behind her #1 New York Times bestselling book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, and the Netflix series Tidying Up with Marie Kondo Continue reading Making Room with Marie Kondo