by Mike Roew via laist.com When the Metro’s new Crenshaw/LAX line opens in summer 2020, riders will travel through a…
A loooooooot of construction was going down on Crenshaw when I visited my hometown in November 2017. I am excited to see the outcome of this project, but I can bet that Crenshaw will be
completely gentrified much different by the time this project is complete. Yay for Black Art though! I love the concept and I’ll have to plan another trip to see it in the flesh.
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I’ve been following Tiffani Anderson’s work for a year or so and I enjoy her fun, simplistic style of digital illustrations. She definitely has a distinguished signature. Natural hair, good fashion and brown skin always take precedence, along with happiness, sisterhood + Black love. And I love how her subjects are almost always smiling. Cheesy, […]
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The Black race is so magical and it really shows how wonderful God is He made us in different shapes, sizes and hues The pigment of our skin was never an issue Yes we were once segregated but color was never the problem It was about wealth and power until someone brought up the tint […] […]
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innovativesupplies.net article by Erickka Sy Savane via madamenoire.com You’ve been thinking about starting a business and every time you come close to doing it your mind hits the brakes. If that’s you, keep reading and you’ll think again about hesitating. Take Nneka, a 27-year-old single mom fresh out of the military for example. She recently […]
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