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Celebrating Us: The tradition, significance, and evolution of Kwanzaa 
December 15, 2022
There is a period during the holiday season dedicated to African Americans; Kwanzaa—defined as “first” in Swahili— is known among all ethnicities. Highlighting African heritage, Kwanzaa carries the salt of a culture unearthed and conditioned, allowing new thoughts of deep reflection on the origins of the collective community.  ... read more »
Holiday Gift Guide – What To Give To Someone with Everything. All Black Owned!
December 8, 2022
There is someone in everyone's life that seems to have everything. So when it comes to surprising those people, you have to reach deeper, and yes, shopping for them can be a daunting task, and challenges are always fun.  ... read more »
Black People Do Get Sunburnt
December 1, 2022
Unsun Cosmetics is a Los Angeles-based cosmetics company dedicated to providing both beauty and skin protection to everyone of all skin tones. Started by President Katonya Breaux in 2016, she founded this company to find a solution for the little black moles she’d grown up seeing on her family’s faces and then herself as she got older.    ... read more »
Meet Children’s Author and People Builder Derrick Jakolby Washington
November 24, 2022
Children’s Author Derrick Jakolby Washington, is encouraging young Black boys and Black girls to embrace themselves with his innovative and insightful books. Driven by his extensive work in Human and Social Services, Washington considers himself to be a “people builder,” aiming to empower others with the skills needed to improve their quality of life and be successful. ... read more »
Holiday Gift Guide — Show your economic power with your gift choices 2022.
November 24, 2022
Here’s a list of gift items from African-American owned businesses to get you started on the holiday season. ... read more »
Blaxploitation Legend Wins Another Guinness World Record at 79
November 24, 2022
Legendary Blaxploitation actress Jeanie “Annie” Bell Judis (“Mean Streets,” “TNT Jackson,” “Trouble Man”) has won the Guinness World Record for Oldest Competitive Rope Skipper at the age of 79. She has beat her own record. ... read more »
Great American Smokeout Takes Place Nov. 17 and It’s Never Too Late to Stop
November 17, 2022
With the Great American Smokeout taking place Nov. 17, it’s important to understand that smoking can have a severe and detrimental effect on one’s health, including being the primary cause of lung cancer, a potentially deadly disease. ... read more »
New Report Examines the Startling Highs – and Lows – of Mental Health Treatement in America
November 17, 2022
Officials want to track changes in the prevalence of mental health issues and access to mental health care, understand how changes in national data reflect the impact of legislation and policies, and increase dialogue with and improve outcomes for individuals and families with mental health needs. ... read more »
A Plate of Hope: The Significance of Soul Food during the Holidays  
November 17, 2022
Thanksgiving, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and New Year's wouldn't be complete without soul food, a dish carrying hope and love for generations. The tradition of soul food begins with enslaved Africans; passing down the spirit of celebration amid their conditions, by creating dishes that brought joy into their household.   ... read more »
Six Popular Black Authors Co-Write Teen Romance ‘Whiteout’
November 17, 2022
Dhonielle Clayton is not just a bestselling author of young adult fiction. She's an organizer, a former teacher and a founder of the grassroots publishing movement We Need Diverse Books. She's also the kind of friend who can convince five of her well-known peers to collaborate on a single novel, and then come back for another. ... read more »
Updated Booster is Here, Just in Time for the Holiday Season
November 17, 2022
Thanksgiving is next week, and Christmas is around the corner. The holiday season has officially arrived. Now that the updated booster authorized for individuals as young as five, we’re even closer to ensuring the whole family is protected during fall and winter when the spread of respiratory viruses is at its peak. ... read more »
African American-owned Soap Companies Help Clean Up Your Act
November 17, 2022
Here’s a growing list of top African American soap companies that are making their mark on the beauty industry.  ... read more »
American Cancer Society Launches ‘Get Screened For Cancer Day’
November 10, 2022
The American Cancer Society (ACS) announces the launch of “Get Screened for Cancer Day” taking place Wednesday, November 16, 2022, to highlight the need for cancer screening in the African American community and the importance of having conversations with loved ones about getting screened. ... read more »
Covered California Enrollment Launched – Healthcare Help Available for All Californians
November 10, 2022
California’s health insurance marketplace, known as the Covered California Health Exchange, launched its 10th open enrollment period on Nov.1. ... read more »
Understanding Stress and Coping Mechanisms for Good Mental Health
November 10, 2022
With many families struggling to make ends meet due to higher food prices, the cost of gasoline and an uncertain job market, people are feeling overburdened and stressed, not knowing what the future may hold.  ... read more »

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