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Two Creatives Turn Lack of Representation Into Business for the Culture

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Two Creatives Turn Lack of Representation Into Business for the Culture

"When you are the new kid on the block, sometimes you have to prove yourself and generate a buzz before people will take you seriously." - CultureVOLT "When you are the new kid on the block, sometimes you have to prove yourself and generate a buzz before people will take you seriously." Unwrapping with Takiela Langley and Arielle Lang,

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Ron Finley: Gangsta Gardener

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Ron Finley: Gangsta Gardener

Ron Finley: Urban Gangsta Gardener in South Central LA | Game Changers Determined to change South Los Angeles from food desert to food forest, Ron Finley wants his actions to be educational, inspiring, and nutritious. He wants k...

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13. 100. 2020. Find Out What We're Talking About - Melanin Makers' Market

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13. 100. 2020. Find Out What We're Talking About - Melanin Makers' Market

13. 100. 2020. Find Out What We're Talking About - Melanin Makers' Market New Year, New You. We hate that cliché b.s.! Let's leave that in 2019. LOL! Instead, just take a chance on yourself in 2020, put your fear, anxiety, and procrastination to bed, and do something that's going to help you be the boss you want to be. Apply today and follow through!

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How "Black" Can You Live?

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How "Black" Can You Live?

How Black Can You Live? - Melanin Makers' Market Live Black Y'all remember when Killer Mike tried to "live black" and consume and patronize only black-owned businesses for 3 days on his Netflix show, Trigger Warning?

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The Documentary 'Skin' Explores A Unique Side Of Colorism

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The Documentary 'Skin' Explores A Unique Side Of Colorism

The Documentary 'Skin' Explores A Unique Side Of Colorism When we talk about colorism in the United States, it's typically through a Black American gaze, which we all know is not the collective Black perspective. Directed by Daniel Etim Effiong, the documentary Skin, features Nollywood actress Beverly Naya on a journey to unpack the concept of colorism in her hometown of Lagos, Nigeria.

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