Workplace bullying is quite common and can be described as intimidating, threatening or intentionally sabotaging a coworker.
Opting to stay at home with your kids doesn’t have to be a death sentence for your career.
Being a Black woman in the workplace is a mixed bag.
A judge forcing Kesha to remain in her contract with Sony presents a huge warning sign to women everywhere: Read carefully before you sign.
Melissa Harris-Perry is the perfect example of progressive Black Women making waves in today’s world. She epitomizes what having it all looks like. She holds a Doctorate Degree, is the Maya Angelou Presidential Chair at Wake Forest University, leads a nation of #Nerdland followers, is a mother and a wife, and, until recently, the host of […]
A few weeks ago, President Barack Obama continued his efforts to raise awareness and seek solutions to close the pay gap that exists between women and men. He did so by unveiling new rules to compel companies with more than 100 workers to provide the federal government with annual data noting how much their employees are […]
Black women and women of color in tech are an inspiration to me, an admitted tech-world newbie who still marvels at the latest app or my own smartphone’s fancy font.
It always feels like we’re making strides as a community and culture, until a study comes out telling us, but wait, there’s more. Not that all the data should be taken at face value, but it’s important to be aware of the messages being put out there. Take, for example, this recent study that says […]
An all-female flight crew takes the air in Zimbabwe
When I was dumb, and in my twenties (no tea, no shade), I remember having a conversation about relationships with some random guys, at a homecoming I was attending with friends. During this conversation, I stated, with a very stank attitude, that I would not mind if my imaginary husband stayed at home with our […]
I come from a long line of superwomen, and I am certain you do as well.
Briogeo is a 6-free (no sulfates or articifial dyes here, ladies!) hair care product line created by African-American entrepreneur, Nancy Twine.