Tuesday, November 17, 2020
Saturday, October 24, 2020
Nationwide -- Wholesome Hair Co, founded by Jamaican/Nigerian entrepreneur Rayki Tai, emerged onto the natural hair care scene with a vegan product line in February 2020. Customer feedback prompted Rayki Tai to address what sets Wholesome Hair Co. apart from others in the natural hair industry. Her story is profound.
In the 1980s, Rayki went from a haunting conversation about hair with her mother right before she died, to living in a Nigerian boarding school struggling to manage her own hair. Rayki’s subpar hair grooming violated school standards, and one day Rayki was berated in front of the entire student body by the vice principal, who decided to shave Rayki’s head bald. As an unwilling twelve year old, Rayki creatively negotiated a deal with the vice principal to let her keep her hair.
After returning to the United States years later, Rayki had an unfortunate incident with a lighter that left her near bald. Desperate for a way to regrow her hair quickly, Rayki tried many products with big claims of fast hair growth. However, the growth was gradual.
Thursday, October 22, 2020
Checkout How Author Lorisa Bates Pens An Exciting New Book On A Black Hairstylist Turned Secret Agent
New York, New York -- Urban Books Media is pleased to announce the upcoming release of Benita Renee Jenkins: Diva Secret Agent (Kensington Publishing Paperback Original - ISBN-13: 9781645561255). Brought to you by entertainment veteran and author, Lorisa Bates, this action-packed page-turner is filled with intrigue, romance, and twists - a perfect read on those crisp cool fall nights!
Growing up in "Do or Die Bed Stuy" Brooklyn, Benita Renee Jenkins has a great job, loving family, loads of friends, and the hope of one day becoming a crime scene investigator. She has everything going for her until she unknowingly crosses paths with Miguel Perkins, a hot secret agent working for a clandestine agency created to throw the book at the most untouchable of bad guys. He is hell-bent on having Benita infiltrate the life of an ex-gangbanger who has built his music empire on corruption. To order click here or for more info see below...
Tuesday, October 20, 2020
New York, NY -- Filmmaker Brandi Webb is the director of an experimental documentary that indicts the U.S. Government on 18 charges, for crimes committed against Black and Brown citizens. Ms. Webb’s documentary, Betrayal of a Nation, is a two part series that intertwines scripted courtroom dialog with out-of-court real-life interviews with experts and witnesses.
These interviews highlight oppressive acts such as the destruction of Black Wall Street in Tulsa, OK and the execution of Civil Rights leaders carried out by the government. These interviews are used as testimonies and serve as trial evidence.
Previously, Ms. Webb held a crowdsourcing campaign with Go Fund Me, to raise money to complete the film. She is thankful to all of her donors. Nearly reaching her goal, she was able to complete this compelling project.
Tuesday, October 6, 2020
Learn How Visionary Black Business Empowerment Pro Danielle Douglas Can Help Your Company Build Capacity For Lucrative Contract Opportunities
|Danielle Douglas, Business Empowerment Pioneer And President Inspire Enterprise, Inc.|
- How to Determine Your Working Capital Needs for a Contract
- How to Respond Competitively to an RFP and Still Make a Profit
- The Power of Joint Venturing: How to Form an Effective Collaboration
- Equitable Procurement Leadership Panel
Friday, September 25, 2020
Ed Jackson, his Quartet, and other standout special guest jazz groups have made his club Jackson Room, an epicenter of jazz reminiscent of the legendary jazz greats who once lived in the area like John Coltrane, Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis, Lena Horne, illinois jacquet, and many others. Ed and his highly regarded Ed Jackson Quartet, are now looking to introduce and immerse the world into the electric Jackson Room sound with live streams over the internet.