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Stop Killing Your Vibe: 4 Ways to be Creative with Courage ~ Brown Girl From Boston


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insidethe3rain:

Did you know that, collectively, African Americans have a 1.1 Trillon dollar buying power? Now thinking about that fact, where do African Americans spend their money?
Many of the African American communities do not meet basic standards of living, or in layman’s terms these areas are “sketchy”. So why is it that the majority’s living areas are more well kept, and are more enjoyable to live in? Well it’s simple. 1.1 trillion dollars go into their communities, they now have money to put into their communities and more businesses that the community wants, also want a piece of that pie.
This short documentary that @black_s_c_a_l_e @moorish_wolf And I are working on, is about the journey we took to bring group economics back to our college town. We have interviews from scholars, students, and locals on the subject of Group Economics in black communities. We are currently adding finishing touches to this short documentary, and plan to release the film during SEPTEMBER. Why do you or don’t you shop at black owned business?
For those who have been following me for sometime, and was under the impression that the documentary was going to be released on May 25th, I apologize for not updating you all about the release date change. The current release date is changed due to a few legal issues, and the title of the documentary is different as well. CLICK HERE to see the information of the last documentary. Same concept, but now the documentary is more elaborate.

Tuskegee Project! Love it.

insidethe3rain:

Did you know that, collectively, African Americans have a 1.1 Trillon dollar buying power? Now thinking about that fact, where do African Americans spend their money?

Many of the African American communities do not meet basic standards of living, or in layman’s terms these areas are “sketchy”. So why is it that the majority’s living areas are more well kept, and are more enjoyable to live in? Well it’s simple. 1.1 trillion dollars go into their communities, they now have money to put into their communities and more businesses that the community wants, also want a piece of that pie.

This short documentary that @black_s_c_a_l_e @moorish_wolf
And I are working on, is about the journey we took to bring group economics back to our college town. We have interviews from scholars, students, and locals on the subject of Group Economics in black communities. We are currently adding finishing touches to this short documentary, and plan to release the film during SEPTEMBER. Why do you or don’t you shop at black owned business?

For those who have been following me for sometime, and was under the impression that the documentary was going to be released on May 25th, I apologize for not updating you all about the release date change. The current release date is changed due to a few legal issues, and the title of the documentary is different as well. CLICK HERE to see the information of the last documentary. Same concept, but now the documentary is more elaborate.

Tuskegee Project! Love it.


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Your passion will lead you to your purpose! -Oprah

Your passion will lead you to your purpose! -Oprah


Coaching focuses on where you are presently and where you are headed with a goal of helping you gain clarity about your vision. Contact Brown Girl From Boston for more information.

Coaching focuses on where you are presently and where you are headed with a goal of helping you gain clarity about your vision. Contact Brown Girl From Boston for more information.


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Marley twists are dope!

Marley twists are dope!


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For Brown Girls: Sisterhood is Powerful ~ Brown Girl From Boston

New Blog Post: Not everyone you call a “sister-friend”, has your best interest at heart. Evaluate your circle of sisterhood and embrace your positive and powerful sister-friends.


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Check out Brown Girl From Boston featured interview on Indie Journ! 
Indie & more july 2014  The indie journ.com’s lifestyle magazine Indie & More spotlights artists and independent business owners on the grow, improves brand ethics, builds awareness and provides resources and tips featuring independent brand ads only, connects with readers who have an interest in independent lifestyle.

Check out Brown Girl From Boston featured interview on Indie Journ! Indie & more july 2014
The indie journ.com’s lifestyle magazine Indie & More spotlights artists and independent business owners on the grow, improves brand ethics, builds awareness and provides resources and tips featuring independent brand ads only, connects with readers who have an interest in independent lifestyle.

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Millennial Blogs to Make a Difference | The Final Clock Out Podcast

Check out my  first interview discussing my blog Brown Girl From Boston, life coaching business, and sharing some knowledge to the world.  Much love to Taylor and Jeremy for being such amazing hosts. 


July's Theme: Celebrating Your FLYness ~ Brown Girl From Boston

Happy 1st Day of July! How will you celebrate your FLYness this summer?


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