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DIGITAL MARKETING TIPS If you’re anything like me, you are a Black woman running a business website with little to no staff. You’re a solopreneur! It can be very overwhelming, time consuming, and tedious but it can also be done successfully and there are no excuses for not getting the job done or having a Read More ...

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Because Business Women Are Mothers Too! As a mother, you want your child to be well-rounded and active. One of the ways you may choose to instill greatness in your child is by enrolling them in sports, teaching them how to become a leader, and how to get along with others. Baseball, basketball, and football Read More ...

The post What Black Mothers Need to Know About the Dangers of Youth Football appeared first on BLACK GIRLS ALLOWED.

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Summers are the best times for families to “reboot” and strengthen their bonds. Even though the parents are still working, having the kids off from school provides a sense of time off. How that time will be spent can have a positive impact on your family. Do you have your summertime plans locked down? Organize Read More ...

The post 3 Summertime Activities Black Families Can Use to Strengthen Bonds appeared first on BLACK GIRLS ALLOWED.

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Author and hair care entrepreneur, Angela Brown, releases new book entitled “How to Get the Healthy Back in Your Hair” and a line of all-natural hair care products that resolve thinning and balding issues due to excessive weave and wig wearing. Wigs and Weaves Everywhere! Hair stylist turned entrepreneur Angela H. Brown, is the founder Read More ...

The post Is Your Weave Holding You Prisoner? There’s a Book for That! appeared first on BLACK GIRLS ALLOWED.

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"Let the success of another woman of color be inspiring to you. Get next to her so that together you create a lane big enough for the both of you. Create a space that doesn’t force women from underrepresented groups to fight over one spot because there are enough seats at the table for all of us." Read More ...

The post Breaking The Narrative Series: Go Sister, Soul Sister! appeared first on BLACK GIRLS ALLOWED.

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Meet The Creator of Trials & Triumph Chicago native, 19-year veteran criminal defense and civil rights attorney, April D. Preyar, has launched an original board game called JustUs Junkie’s Trials & Triumph. Preyar is partner and co-owner of the boutique law firm, the Shiller Preyar Law Offices. She is an author, viral vlogger, and a Read More ...

The post How Trials & Triumph Game Helps Keep Teens Out of Prison appeared first on BLACK GIRLS ALLOWED.

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The Toy You Didn’t Know Your Kids Needed The Feeling Friends, created by African American educator and entrepreneur Karen Cuthrell, is a Social Emotional Learning program that teaches children to identify, express, and manage their feelings. The foundation of The Feeling Friends is love is the most important feeling. It is in this love that Read More ...

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Anyone who has a Black child is often faced with the challenge of developing self-esteem for kids who may have difficulty making connections in society. Girls often have a lack of freedom to explore their racial identity and to embrace it. Here are a few ways to develop self-esteem in Black girls to ensure they Read More ...

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Today, good credit is extremely important, and it applies to more than just getting a loan or credit card. A low credit score can prevent you from getting certain jobs, a security clearance, an apartment or a rental home. Some automobile insurance companies use credit scores to determine premiums. Bad credit will often result in Read More ...

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Attention Enterprising Black Women! As a Black female entrepreneur, you are all too aware that you are challenging the “good ol’ boys network.” This will definitely seem evident to you at various points along the way on your journey. One case in point would be the first time that you are at your business, meet Read More ...

The post 3 Industries Enterprising Black Women Can Kill It In appeared first on BLACK GIRLS ALLOWED.

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