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Touch the Girls: Black Women, Higher Risk for Breast Cancer Death

Breast cancer is no respect of person, but Black women are found to die from the cancer more than their counterparts and a late detection has much to do with it. … More

15 Spirit Mending Rituals All Moms Should Try Today

There are simple spirit mending rituals that can help nourish your soul–like taking a candlelit bath or meditating at sunrise for a few minutes…. More

Expert Advice: Get the (Self)Love You Deserve!

Today on our self love journey we’re speaking with Life Coach, Therapist and Ebony Lifestyle Editor Tia Brown as she shares insight on what it takes to erode negative thinking, create a purposeful vision for your life and more!… More

Dear Parents: Shaming Your Kids Won’t Make Them Do Right

Publicly shaming children, especially on social media, is nothing new. But does that make it right? … More

Don’t Be Mad, I’ve Got That Snapback: Losing Pregnancy Weight

It’s been five weeks since I gave birth to my child, and I am still in awe that I lost all of my pregnancy weight…… More

Rethinking Mary Jane and Other “Unlikable” Black Women Characters

MJ is scattered, showing flashes of brilliance and ugliness within the same exquisite frame. As viewers, we are not conditioned to see shards of glass in our heroines, only the reflection of an Ideal Black Woman… More

Happy With Myself: It’s Essential To Know You’re The Bomb

It’s high time that we women make a conscious decision to accept ourselves and love our gorgeous flaws. Here’s the steps I take to be happy with myself…. More

From Victim to Victor: 5 Ways To Avoid Abuse

There’s no “type” of woman who experiences abuse. She may be beautiful, smart. sweet-and be the next victim. Here are five foolproof ways to avoid abuse…. More

A Mother’s Right: New Virginia Law Allows Public Breastfeeding

It seems common sense that a mother should be able to breastfeed her child in public, but there arerules. Find out more inside and the 2 state that are lagging behind… More