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Navigation of the Situation: A Guide to Situationships

– blogged by: @thebuzzwithb The Situationship. You know that place beyond friends with benefits but below a relationship, but it feels like a relationship because you do relationship-like activities. There is no title, so you have no say so in the other person’s affairs, but you’d still feel some type …

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Ballerific Woman Spotlight: Tressa Smallwood

Tressa Smallwood

Award-winning Book Publisher, Author, and Movie Producer, Tressa Smallwood, is making major moves in the entertainment and media industry. With over 162 published titles to her name, her rise to success as an entrepreneur is the epitome of #BlackGirlMagic. A native of North Carolina, Smallwood, a former public school teacher, …

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Black Women Aren’t Bitter, We Just Deserve Better

Black WOmen

Malcolm X is often quoted for saying, “The most disrespected person in America is the black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the black woman. The most neglected person in America is the black woman.” While all of this remains true today, in the same 1962 speech, he …

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Why Are You Celebrating The 4th Of July?

The crimes against Black people in America are vast. Aside from the atrocious way our ancestors were brought into this country, one of the worst things to ever happen post-slavery is the way in which we have been conditioned to love and honor a country that has never loved or …

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Here Are The Most Absurd, Racist “Karen” Moments

If you have a phone in this day in age, it’s not hard to get sucked into social media and the news — especially with the COVID-19 pandemic and recent George Floyd incident. While we’re all still terrified of leaving our houses, it’s important to take note that together, we …

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She Likes You, But Not Your Race

black men on race

by Cambreisha M. The topic she likes you but doesn’t like your race is a very touchy subject for black men. The fact of the matter is that if she has stereotypical views of your race that are negative, then she might like you, but not the race you come …

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Celebrating The Men In Our Lives: Happy Father’s Day

Father’s Day

All too often, the love, support, protection, and guidance that only a father can give isn’t recognized enough. Today, and every day let’s uplift every dad, stepdad, grandad, godfather, uncle daddy, heavenly fathers and any man who stands up to call of fatherhood. Happy Father’s Day fellas! It’s not easy …

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Juneteenth- A Celebration Of African American Freedom

Celebrating Juneteenth

The Fourth of July is nationally recognized and celebrated as the nation’s Independence Day, but were you also aware of the importance of June 19th? The overall culture in America is one that has mastered the art of offering a watered-down, whitewashed, and totally inaccurate account of historical facts throughout …

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