TheDaily: Bessie Coleman, The first African-American Woman Aviator
Bessie Coleman, the daughter of a poor, southern, African American family, became one of the most famous women and African Americans in aviation history.
Black America Allows the CDC to Stack Herpes Numbers: The Truth Behind the “Statistics”
Reports say that 48% of Black women have herpes, 46% of Black women have a net worth of $5, and 70% of Black women can’t get a man… But are these reports accurate? Further research proves that they are not.
Black women lead the way in entrepreneurial businesses
Emogene Mitchell, who is African American, told her bosses they should axe her position and replace her with a contractor, Mitchell’s Meetings and Events, the company she runs out of a her home office.
VH1 aims new reality shows at Black Female Viewers
“The new VH1 shows offer a different take on the black reality TV star,” says Imani Perry, a professor at Princeton University’s Center for African American Studies. “These are images of wealthy black families. These shows may potentially be less stereotypic because they present a different, higher status black image.
Single black women choosing to adopt
According to CNN.com an increasing number of single Black women are choosing to adopt because they are unable to get Black men to commit. Do you think that this is a selfish reason to adopt? Read more….