View profile

Ode to the Black Woman, Queen, Boss,

As we walk into the month of the woman, one thing is clear: We.Are.Magical From starting multi-millio
The Mojisola Report
Ode to the Black Woman, Queen, Boss,
By The Afropole • Issue #60 • View online
As we walk into the month of the woman, one thing is clear: We.Are.Magical
From starting multi-million dollar businesses to breaking academic, beauty, and science barriers and glass ceilings, black women are finally seeing their culminating efforts come to bear. We still have a ways to go but on the 8th of March, we take a moment to drink wine and remind ourselves of how awesome they are!
Happy International Day to our Black Sisters!

11 Delaware events to celebrate Women's History Month 2020
Real Question: Why Black Women Should Be At The Forefront Of Sustainable Fashion
Peckham Levels announces events celebrating sisterhood and female talent for International Women’s Day
From the first black cheerleader at Berkeley to making history as Mavericks CEO: How Cynt Marshall did it
If this isn't beautiful collective moment of rising above the hate, we don't know what is!
Calls to boycott the black woman-owned Honey Pot Company backfired spectacularly
This New Short Film Offers an Intimate Glimpse Into the 'Sights and Sounds' of Abidjan
In 'Aba Women Riot' Nigerian Artist, Fred Martins, Reinterprets a Groundbreaking Moment In African History
Turn up to these banging Burna Boy essentials this weekend!
“Wendy” and the story behind the first black Peter Pan on film
Be Inspired:  From Owning NC’s Hottest Crab Pot Spot To Mentoring Others, This Couple Does It All
Did you enjoy this issue?
The Afropole

The Mojisola Report is a weekly newsletter highlighting African and Afrodiasporan business and innovation news in the food, beauty and creative industries.

If you don't want these updates anymore, please unsubscribe here.
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here.
Powered by Revue