BLACK History, Culture, Industries, Sports

Female Nigerian Bobsleigh Team Become First Athletes to Reach Winter Olympics in Country’s History

Seun Adigun, Ngozi Onwumere and Akuoma Omega made history after becoming Nigeria’s first-ever bobsled team to qualify for the 2018 Winter Olympics. The news broke in November after the three female athletes successfully completed five races in North America. The team consists of driver Seun and two brakemen Ngozi and Akuoma. All three have dual citizenship… Continue reading Female Nigerian Bobsleigh Team Become First Athletes to Reach Winter Olympics in Country’s History

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BLACK Cuisine, Culture, Education, Health

10 Foods To Boost Male Health

Healthy eating is essential for both men and women. Whereas a woman may turn to consuming a salad, the average African American male would more likely scarf down a burger and fries combo, minus the bacon topping as his way of promoting nutritious eating.  Traditionally, an African diet consists of fresh fruits and vegetables.  The native… Continue reading 10 Foods To Boost Male Health

BLACK Love, Businesses, Professionals, & Organizations, Culture

How Does Making Money Affect Relationships?

Image by © Artiga Photo/Corbis  Function Making money is something we all have to do whether we're in a relationship or not. Whether st for survival purposes, or respect or power, money plays a part in our lives. As far as relationships go, the issue of money has the ability to make or break the… Continue reading How Does Making Money Affect Relationships?

BLACK Events, BLACK History, Businesses, Professionals, & Organizations, Culture, Education, Politics

President Obama Makes History Again!

Viva Obama! President Obama has made history again, this time he is the first president to get re-elected during a tough economic time with a high rate of unemployment. Some political experts felt like the state of the economy alone made him an easily beatable candidate. The Republican Party found out that he was not… Continue reading President Obama Makes History Again!

BLACK Events, Culture, Entertaiment

R&B singer Natina Reed hit and killed by car in Georgia

Natina Reed (Reuters) - Natina Reed, a member of the R&B singing trio Blaque, was struck and killed by a car as she walked in a major roadway in Georgia, police said on Saturday. Reed, who also appeared in the cheerleader movie "Bring It On" in 2000, would have turned 33 on Sunday. She was… Continue reading R&B singer Natina Reed hit and killed by car in Georgia

BLACK Cuisine, Culinary, Culture, Education, Health

BLACK Cuisine: Restaurant Secrets Putting Your Health at Risk

When you’re dining out, the last thing on your mind is the safety of your food. But after learning these industry secrets, it might become the first thing you consider. Learn what you can do to ensure that your dining experience is just as safe as it is delicious.   Secret: You’re More at Risk… Continue reading BLACK Cuisine: Restaurant Secrets Putting Your Health at Risk

Beauty, BLACK Corner, Businesses, Professionals, & Organizations, Culture

Black Hair Styles

Natural Hair While some stylists use the term natural hair to refer only to Afros, others use the term for any hair style without chemical treatment, including Afros, updos and all types of braids. Since the chemicals used to straighten and relax black hair can be damaging to the locks as well as to the… Continue reading Black Hair Styles