• 25 Facts About Meek

    There’s nothing more that I appreciate than vulnerability and transparency. So I thought why not share more of who I am for my readers? Here are 25 Facts About Meek you probably didn’t know: I have five different nicknames, all given to me by different people: Meek, Meka, Mekie, T, and Meme. When I was

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  • Her Roots

    You were striped of your culture and history, enslaved with the idea that your ancestors only worked for the master and never had anything of their own. You were told you are too fat, too dark, too loud, too poor to achieve anything year after year. Media after media. Women after women, men after men.

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  • Birthday Blessings: Stacey

    Happy 26t Birthday to the fabulous Stacey! The one who always promote everything I share, who’s blog posts remind me to be patient with myself, who’s supportive no matter what, who’s blooming into the woman she wants to be with or without your love and support. She remind me to always give to myself. So

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  • Jei Monroe, The Thrift Queen

    Jei Monroe is a New York based creative that has built on her personal experience, natural eye for fashion, passion for styling, and determination to see other women win. She initially began taking on new clients as a freelance wardrobe stylist in 2009, which eventually led to her becoming a Stylist for BCBG Max Azria

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  • Ashley Smith, The Flight Attendant Life

    Ashley Smith is an Emmy-nominated Multimedia Journalist who obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from Columbia College Chicago: School of Media Arts. During her academic study at Columbia, Smith seasoned her journalism skills by being apart of the masthead at the award-winning school publication, the Columbia Chronicle. Smith honed in professional on-air skills

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  • Maura Jones, Melanin Doctor

    Maura Jones is a fourth year medical student at LSU New Orleans. She decided to start this blog to share her experiences as a medical students and inspire others who are interested in the medical field. Her blog provides a unique perspective on the complexities of being a female minority in medicine.    Tell us

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