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Podcast Episode 9 Jamiah Dancil, CEO of MiaJay Foods

Janet Michelle interviews Jamiah Dancil, CEO of MiaJay Foods. I hesitate to say that black women are making a come back in the food industry, because if you check their history they always been at the forefront of meal planning and recipes that get passed down from generations to generations.   Recipes that have created world famous restaurants and products.  During my interview with Jamiah we talk about food, family, and spices.  Balancing life while providing a healthy meal for your family.  Listen to the podcast here. 78 SharesTweetShare78

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R. Kelly Supporters: Admit you Don’t Mind Black Girls or Women Being Victimized cuz you Don’t Care ‘Bout us

Social media is very telling. Sure! You post memes that sound good. It doesn’t mean that you’re necessarily talking about your life. But, when you post opinions about certain situations, that can’t be disputed. It’s easy for the FB community to tell if you’re trash, tolerable of trash behavior, and/or just a sad individual. For instance, R.Kelly has been arrested three times within the last few months, most recently The Pide Piper was arrested last night. With a 13-count indictment, on his head, the 52-year old was arrested, while walking…

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Build Your Own Brand Retreat ReCap

The Build Your Own Brand Retreat is officially in the books. Hosted in the beautiful melinated city of Washington, DC at the well appointed Omni Shoreham Hotel & Conference Center. Over the span of two days attendants had access to over 35 well developed workshops. Facilitated by experts in their respective fields, keynote addresses from entrepreneurs such as Blavity’s Co-Founder, Jon Jackson, Antonio Brown, CEO of LVLXIII and Yvonne Orji with Gia Peppers. Up to $20,000 in SMB Grants awarded to entrepreneurs via the Pitch Competition presented by Verizon. Recipients…

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Will You Watch? Ava Duvernay’s “When They See Us”

Take a look at Ava Duvernay’s “When They See Us”  – a four-part series that covers the Central Park Five.  The series is set to appear on Netflix May 31st. Ava’s work always appears so timely. She riveted us with 13th – a  documentary that explored the current criminal justice system and how It continues in the tradition of upholding institutions and laws of inequality.  In 1990 the lives of Antron McCray, Kevin Richardson, Yusef Salaam, Raymond Santana and Korey Wise, the black and Latino teenagers from Harlem would never be…

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