Morgan Ashley, co-founder of The Bohemian Brands, is a creative, a curator of other creatives, an Atlanta loving Oakland native and a self-proclaimed extrovert — one with a voice of her own that took years to regain after it had been taken from her.
Dydine is an author of her memoire “Embracing Survival” which tells the story of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide through the eyes of her as a four- year-old-child. In this episode we talk about healing after trauma, the generational differences in the country, and moving forward with grace.
Latham Thomas, founder of mama glow, a global maternity education organization that leads game-changing doula training, joins us to talk about the prevalence of black maternal health disparities and how we can reclaim the narrative and our joy around the birth experience.
In this episode, Abena Boamah-Acheampong, founder of Hanahana Beauty, shares her journey, why it’s important to examine how systems meant for our wellness and well-being miss the mark, and how we can redefine them in our own ways.
In this conversation with Eniafe Isis, we talk about language, race, labels and how together, they heavily influence the eloquence or the challenge in how we speak love into ourselves and how we believe in ourselves.
In this episode, Lindsey Farrar, founder of CRWN Mag, shares her journey to starting the Black women’s publication, how she covered her vision with faith, and what legacy means to her. We talk about ownership versus representation and how to stay on your game in creative entrepreneurship.