Sunday, February 2, 2020

Carolyn Parker and the secret "Manhattan Project."

Carolyn Parker was the first African American woman to obtain a degree in physics and was an indispensable part of "The Manhattan Project." Read about her here. Read Article Here.

Saturday, March 23, 2019

Joi Wade Healthy Beach and Pool Natural Hair

As a competitive swimmer throughout high school and never missing a chance to vacation at the beach, Joi Wade's gorgeous waist-length hair has confronted harsh chlorine, sand, sun and salt water. Now in college she is sure not going to miss spring break at the beach! In spite of it all, she keeps her 4C hair in tip-top shape with these simple tricks.  Be sure to like, share and subscribe to her channel to keep up with the latest natural hair tips and trends as well as college life, relationships, traveling, studying abroad and other lifestyle videos.

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Crystal Starr, Andra Day, Judith Hill, Kyra Dacosta

Incredible, inspirational voices. SHE by Crystal Starr and The Unit. Also singing: Andra Day, Judith Hill & Kyra Dacosta


Thursday, December 13, 2018

Jada Pinkett and Ellen Pompeo Speak About Interracial Relationships on Red Table Talk

Ellen Pompeo is an actor on the TV Series, "Grey's Anatomy".   Here she discusses growing up in a highly racist neighborhood, her marriage to a black man, raising mixed kids and the dynamics of her relationship with African-American women.  Red Table Talk is a weekly series of videos where three generations of Black women; host, Jada Pinkett Smith, her mother, Adrienne, and Jada's daughter, Willow address issues affecting their lives and the Black community today.  

Monday, September 10, 2018

Nia Franklin - Miss America 2019

This year's winner, Nia Franklin of New York was crowned Sunday night after a gruelling competition.  The pageant was held at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Nia began competing in pageants when her father had become ill and she needed to find a way to pay her way through college. She said that the pageants became more than just a way to get scholarship money. She found in the organization great sisterhood and mentorship and feels the leadership skills she learned has also helped her to enrich the lives of others. Originally from North Carolina, Ms. Franklin graduated from college at East Carolina University with a major in classical voice and continued her education to finish a Masters Degree in music competition from the University of North Carolina's School of Arts. Watch her inspiring victory interview below.

Held for the first time in 1921,  the Miss America pageant had always included a swimsuit competition.  In response to the widely changing views on the unacceptability of the objectification of women, it was dropped from the event this year, likely never to return. To see the requirements for competing visit: