Happy Women’s History Month! For the entire month of March, we will be putting the spotlight on local female-owned businesses throughout the tri-state area to honor women shattering glass ceilings. Related: Female Business Takeover with Millennial Christian! This week we are highlighting Nbeauty Inc Salon & Spa. The luxury beauty salon, which is also black-owned, offers […]
The School District of Philadelphia announced last week that 1,165 students from Science Leadership Academy, Science Leadership Academy at Beeber, and Science Leadership Academy Middle School have the chance to check out the Oscar nominated movie ‘Hidden Figures’ thanks to a donation of $13K. The donation came from employees of DuPont and Deloitte. ‘Hidden Figures’ is […]
If you think Hip Hop is dead..without a doubt… you’ve long burried the idea of dope female emcees….that being said ..consider this “The Revival”….Who says hip hop doesn’t rep for the sistas…… THE REVIVAL from EMERGENCE Media on Vimeo. …….The Revival gives a candid glimpse into the first meeting of legendary Hip-Hop pioneer Roxanne Shante […]
When she moved to the nation’s most prestigious address, Michelle Obama’s husband told her that rough times were ahead. The country was in recession, people were out of work, the political parties were in open warfare — and the man who was going to be blamed for it all was President Barack Obama. But you won’t hear the first lady utter a peep of complaint. Watch her interview with Matt Lauer here.
President Obama signed an Executive Order creating the White House Council on Women and Girls on March 11, 2009. Chaired by Valerie Jarrett, the Council will provide a coordinated federal response to the challenges confronted by women and girls and to ensure that all Cabinet and Cabinet-level agencies consider how their policies and programs impact women and families.