Today I am honored to showcase Keianna Johnson of Chi Chi Sophistication Natural Hair Studio for this month’s Sistah Spotlight. This is the 2nd time that Keianna has been given the Sistah Spotlight. Keep reading to see why (I mean besides the fact that this chick is AMAZING)
This post was written by Guest Blogger Lawana Ross.
Who owns your mouth?
This event was attended by TheSistahCafe.com’s New York correspondent & guest blogger, Lawana Ross
The vibrations coming from the fans, celebrities and tastemakers were bouncing off the walls at the Parental Advisory: Explicit Images event, presented by Morrison Hotel Gallery, at the Dream Downtown’s rooftop lounge. I attended this event as a correspondent for TheSistahCafe.com.
Written by Guest Blogger Kayla Morrison of Moments N Melanin
I’ve always hated the concept of “New Year’s Resolutions”. The idea of a new you just because the Earth has circled the Sun yet again, seems so irrelevant to me. There are a lot of things happening in outer space that most people care nothing about. So what’s makes you new in the new year?
The oldest civil rights organization in the country, The National Urban League (NUL), hosted a press conference, releasing the White Paper Report regarding the expansion of opportunities for people of color specifically, African Americans, in the energy sector.
This post was written by Guest Blogger, Lakesia Tyson
Now that the school year has begun, are you wondering if you made the right choice for your kids during the summer?
Teenagers love wearing their hair in protective styles because it gives them the ability to get up and go. Wearing protective hairstyles also can free up a chunk of their time to do more important things like arriving at school on time or enjoying social events with friends.
This post was written by Guest Blogger, Lawana Ross.
I had the pleasure to attend Kidz Vuz 3rd Annual Back to School Bash here in New York City. As a parent it was amazing getting to meet the many vendors that were in attendance. Most of the businesses represented are family owned and operated. These were the vendors that stood out to me the most.
In a world of evident injustice it’s sad when you wake up early to see so many people of color who look just like you constantly and consistently brutally murdered for just being caught at the wrong place at the wrong time… or shall I be honest being caught in the wrong place while being the wrong COLOR.