Black women entrepreneurs are among the fastest growing group of startup business owners in America. Part of the BWHM’s mission is to help Black women who are interested in becoming entrepreneurs or give a boost to those who already have a business and are looking to expand and grow it. That’s why we’ve outlined the … Read More
Want fresh ideas for meals this summer? We’ve compiled three plant-based options that are healthy as they are delicious. Bonus! They’re also void of some common dietary constraints. While pasta dishes are a joy all year round, they can be even more special during hot summer months. There are loads of herb and vegetable possibilities … Read More
Black people are substantially more likely to die in traffic accidents than white men or women according to a recent announcement from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Black deaths significantly increased, even during the peak of the quarantine, when people were driving less. Char Adams of NBC News reported “Even in the … Read More
Being a new mom can really get to your head. It definitely wasn’t what I was expecting (to say the very least). Not that I thought it would be easy peasy, but any mom knows that you can never really prepare for motherhood.
Juneteenth has been celebrated by African Americans for more than a hundred years while most Americans had no knowledge of its existence. This week the U.S. Congress approved a bill to make Juneteenth a federal holiday. As you celebrate this significant holiday, let’s remember the people who lived through slavery, Jim Crow, and who lost loved … Read More