http://www.myamya.com/lifestyle/ Excerpt: Participate in Mya’s 2018 1st Quarter 7 Day #Vegan #RawVegan #AlkalineVegan or #Juicing Challenge! The challenge begins February 23rd, 2018 and ends the time you started on March 2nd. Choose your challenge, post your daily meals to instagram in collage or slide format, tag Mya @MyaPlanet9 with the hashtag #myaplanet9 & the hashtag … Continue reading #ItalLIVITY |🍴🌍🍶| Mýa 2018 #VeganChallenge
#MoonNiteVibez |🌒🔥🎤|Iba Mahr Interview ~ “The man from Linstead, Jamaica” | I Never Knew Tv
Iba Mahr Interview - "The man from Linstead, Jamaica" | I Never Knew Tv https://youtu.be/-Wu5NVQvp9U Source: I Never Knew Tv (Instagram & Facebook & YouTube) Source: http://www.glp.at/artist/iba-mahr [...] Iba MaHr, ‘Iba’ an African name, meaning Humble and Calm while ‘MaHr’ is really an acronym, meaning Mario of Harar; Harar, which is a small province in … Continue reading #MoonNiteVibez |🌒🔥🎤|Iba Mahr Interview ~ “The man from Linstead, Jamaica” | I Never Knew Tv
#moonNITE Vibez🌒|| Teyana Taylor launches Junie Bee Nails in Harlem, NYC ||
via EccentricGlow.com Teyana Taylor Announced Plans To Open A 90’s Themed.... Excerpt: Teyana Taylor excitedly announced her plans to open, Junie Bee Nails, a 90’s themed nail salon in Harlem. (...) actress, singer, dancer and businesswoman (...) Vibe Magazine: Teyana Taylor Set To Open ’90s-Themed Nail Salon In Harlem https://www.vibe.com/2018/02/teyana-taylor-opens-nail-salon-in-harlem/ Excerpt: Teyana Taylor is building up her rigorous resume by opening up a … Continue reading #moonNITE Vibez🌒|| Teyana Taylor launches Junie Bee Nails in Harlem, NYC ||
Habari Gani? GoodRISIN’ 🌍 Blavity.com | #BlackGirlsDo
Source: Blavity.com | http://bit.ly/2BZQpoj #BLACKGIRLSDO Black women are magical, and that should always be a cause for celebration. That’s why we’re re-introducing the boundless beauty and strength among black women with the hashtag: #BlackGirlsDo #BlackGirlsDo is a tribute to #BlackGirlMagic and a way to highlight and celebrate the things we do that make us the proud strong … Continue reading Habari Gani? GoodRISIN’ 🌍 Blavity.com | #BlackGirlsDo
U.S. Anti-War Leader Deirdre Griswold Defends Korea Against Right-Wing Racist Tucker Carlson
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pureFIYAH🎤🔥🔥🔥🎤| Evvie McKinney: BRINGS THE HOUSE DOWN & Wins || Finale || The Four
https://youtu.be/rdZiMXBKTvA MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Memphis native, Evvie McKinney, won the first ever 'The Four' competition on FOX13 Thursday. It was the moment McKinney's life changed forever. The Soulsville Charter School alum comes from a long line of Memphis singers, and her brother Gedeon, even competed on the 5th season of American Idol. McKinney has been granted the opportunity to take her career … Continue reading pureFIYAH🎤🔥🔥🔥🎤| Evvie McKinney: BRINGS THE HOUSE DOWN & Wins || Finale || The Four
Black Women Protested Against This Famous Gynecologist. Now His Statue Is Being Removed | BLAVITY
Black Women Protested Against This Famous Gynecologist. Now His Statue Is Being Removed
Gabrielle Union speaks on Sexual Assault, PTSD | People.com
Sharing her own story of sexual abuse was both healing and painful for Gabrielle Union. The Being Mary Jane star previously spoke out in 2016 — amid controversy surrounding former assault accusations against The Birth of a Nation director, Nate Parker — about being raped at gunpoint while working at a Payless shoe store 25… … Continue reading Gabrielle Union speaks on Sexual Assault, PTSD | People.com
#365OurBlackStory|🌍📚|Hon. Ron Dellums
Ron Dellums enjoyed a long career as a U.S. Congressman before serving as Oakland’s third Black mayor. Dellums retired from Congress on this day in 1998. Ronald Vernie Dellums was born November 24, 1935 in Oakland, California. His father was a longshoreman and Pullman porter, and his uncle was a labor organizer. After being denied… via … Continue reading #365OurBlackStory|🌍📚|Hon. Ron Dellums
The Death of Clothing
The apparel industry has a big problem. At a time when the economy is growing, unemployment is low, wages are rebounding and consumers are eager to buy, Americans are spending less and less on clothing. The woes of retailers are often blamed on Amazon.com Inc. and its vise grip on e-commerce shoppers.
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The apparel industry has a big problem. At a time when the economy is growing, unemployment is low, wages are rebounding and consumers are eager to buy, Americans are spending less and less on clothing.
The woes of retailers are often blamed on Amazon.com Inc. and its vise grip on e-commerce shoppers. Consumers glued to their phones would rather browse online instead of venturing out to their local malls, and that’s crushed sales and hastened the bankruptcies of brick-and-mortar stalwarts from American Apparel to Wet Seal.
But that’s not the whole story. The apparel industry seems to have no solution to the dwindling dollars Americans devote to their closets.
Many upstarts promising to revolutionize the industry drift away with barely a whimper. Who needs fashion these days when you can express yourself through…
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