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Meet Septima Poinsette Clark, Champion for Citizenship Education

Meet unsung hero Septima Poinsette Clark, a pioneer in grassroots citizenship education! Clark was born May 3, 1898 in Charleston, SC, the daughter of a former slave and laundry woman.  She graduated from secondary school in 1916, passed her teacher's exam, and taught at a black school on Johns Island outside of

20 Braids, Twists and Crochet Protective Styles We Love!

I love protective style season!  With the harshness of the dry winter air, protective styling allows me to give my delicate tresses a much needed break from manipulation.  I seem to do better with moisturizing and sealing too when my hair is tucked away.  Go figure!  While I have an

New Year, New Beautable YOU!

Wow!  2016 was a whirlwind, to say the least!  Full of ups and downs, but never a dull moment, right?  It is very much a blessing to witness this new year, and we know with a new year comes new resolutions.  We should always strive to be better each and

Beard Grooming with Scotch Porter

  So fellas, are you new to the no-shave movement and need help getting started with a beard grooming regimen?   Or have you been sporting the beard for a while, but just can't seem to get the right combination of products to give you the look you want? Don't worry, we'll help

Black Girls SLAYING Prom on Pinterest [Gallery]

It's prom season, and I am SO here for it!  I love seeing young ladies dressed elegantly in beautiful gowns, formal hair, and faces beat to perfection!  Here are just a few times these young ladies have showed out with head-to-toe SLAYage on their big day.  Be sure to check back