Sharing positivity on our TL: @ablacklife showed their support to @eevijuices, a juice company founded by Erica Willis and Victoria Walker, which aims to promote and educate people about the benefits of juicing. Their business is currently booming in the #DMV area!
Job Opportunity Alert: Are you skilled in the field of Public Relations, and posses good time management and organizational skills? This might be the job for you! Brittni Brown, founder of @beebrownpr, a PR company in #Detroit, is looking for an assistant. If interested, contact Brittni at email@example.com.
Y.A.B. would just like to take the time to send many condolences to the Mandela family and pay homage to Nelson Mandela’s legacy. Here, he is pictured with First Lady Michelle Obama in some of his later years in life. We hope to be as legendary as this awesome man has been.
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Sharing positivity on our TL: President Obama shopped at a local bookstore in DC with daughters Sasha and Malia during Thanksgiving Day weekend.
Sharing positivity on our TL: @thekglifestyle received a feature on www.essence.com! Read about what natural hair products she recommends for the holiday season. Kala will also be one of our panelists for our #JTPYAB event on December 13th at 7pm at In the Black Suites in Downtown Detroit. We hope to see you there!
Sharing positivity on our TL: @euniquejg, creator of @becauseofthem, attended the White House Youth Summit this past week. @euniquejg’s campaign, “Because of Them…” aims to educate African American youth about their history and culture. To learn more about the campaign, visit www.becauseofthemwecan.com.
Sharing positivity on our TL: If you’re in the #NYC area, come help out @asistershand by donating toys for children in need. Toys can be dropped off at the NYC location of @bcakeny at 702 Washington Ave. from 11am-6pm. Remember to give back during this holiday season!
Y.A.B. Throwback Thursday: Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas of girl group TLC pictured with R&B singers Brandy Norwood and the late Whitney Houston. All of these ladies made their mark in the music industry, and paved the way for future female artists to come. TLC, Brandy, and Whitney Houston also each received Grammys in the 90s! Their music is still celebrated and listened to today.