It is well-known that women are paid less than men, but it is important to know that income inequality between Black women and white men is even greater than publicly understood.
Turns out, some Atlanta teens are starting their own businesses in different industries and making a hell of an impact. Here are some of the black Atlanta teens changing the game selling clothes, hair products and jewelry — and motivating others.
My skin is darker and my hair is unrulier. But just because my reality isn’t being reblogged on Instagram doesn’t mean it’s not good enough. … I don’t need a hashtag to tell me my worth and nor do you, dear friends.
Dasia offers a poetic reflection on what it means to be a black girl.