CONFERENCE & AWARDS 2019 NEW YORK, NY →TICKETS← March 28-29, 2019 9AM to 5PM | March 30, 2019 6PM to 11PM We are pleased to announce the return of our 4th annual Black Women In Media awards ceremony. This event is created to recognize women of color who are innovators and groundbreakers within the media… Continue reading 2019 Black Women In Media Conference & Awards
Photo & Video Cred: Monite Media On March 28th, Black Women In Media kicked off it’s 3rd year with an empowering conference. Guests arrived early to enjoy breakfast and an empowering start to the conference with keynote speaker, Dr. Stacie NC Grant. Dr Grant brought in a powerful message for me he conference guests teaching… Continue reading 2018 Black Women In Media Conference & Awards Recap
Born and raised in Baltimore, MD, Saidah Williams grew up as a fatherless child in the projects. In middle school, Williams remembers being a tomboy, playing football, hanging out with more guys than girls, and always wearing tennis shoes and straight backs. Williams recalls a shift in her style in high school when she became… Continue reading #FeatureFridays BLACK WOMEN IN MEDIA TO GET TO KNOW: Meet Saidah Williams, the Baltimore stylist on the rise!
The annual 2018 Black Women in Media is on its way, you don't want to miss this event.
I’m sure we’re all familiar with the term, "don’t forget where you come from” or my personal favorite, “you’ve made your bed so now you have to lay in it”. These terms are usually geared towards someone who has betrayed someone or a group of people by totally disregarding those who once supported them. Black… Continue reading Are We Too Unforgiving of Black Women Who Use Their Public Platforms ‘Unwisely’?
“Good things come to those who wait… great things come to those who work!” is her motto and Jamila Mustafa's resume is proof. Born in Wilmington, Delaware, Jamila Mustafa is quickly approaching household name status, having done work with networks from Fox to BET to A&E dating back to 2004. During her career as an… Continue reading #MondayMediaMaven – Jamila Mustafa
Let’s just say, 2017 was a #BlackGirlMagic year! As this year comes to an end, its only right we celebrate the women of color who’ve showed out and showed OFF! 1. Rihanna 2017 was a big year for Rihanna as she launched Fenty Beauty Cosmetics, which was featured on TIME’s Best Inventions of 2017 and… Continue reading Celebrating 20 of 2017’s Black Women in Media and Entertainment Movers and Shakers!
Mayor-elect, Keisha Lance Bottoms is slated to be the 60th mayor of the City of Atlanta. Lance-Bottoms was one of 12 declared candidates running for the seat during the often tense election. Independent candidate, Mary Norwood, went head to head with Lance Bottoms in a runoff that resulted in a slight upset for Norwood;… Continue reading Keisha Lance Bottoms Slated to be Atlanta’s 60th Mayor
The most annoying thing that you can do to a woman whose just gotten her hair fried, dyed, and laid to the side is touch it; especially if she didn’t give you permission to do so. After moving to Portland, Oregon in 2016, Momo Pixel was greeted with a not so pleasant surprise; awkward hair-touching. … Continue reading You Can Look, But Don’t Touch! Why One Black Girl is Going Viral Over Gaming App
Iconic actress and singer Della Reese passes away at 86. Celebrities express their condolences and fondest memories on social media.