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Top 3 Reasons Why You Need A Wedding Planner When You’re On A Budget

One of the most memorable moments in life is your wedding day. You’ve probably visioned how #beautiful you would look in your wedding dress, your show stopping walk down the aisle, the beautiful decorations, the amazing facility, and all of your loved ones celebrating your union. You even dreamed up an unrealistic budget, thinking all …

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Black Owned Businesses in the Spotlight | The Critical Thinking Child

How did you first get involved in your business? Welcome to our special interview series, Black Owned Businesses in the Spotlight, where we highlight successful businesses that are doing amazing things. We believe in a concept that says “you have to see it, to seize it.” No longer will we wait for others to acknowledge …

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Oprah Winfrey

Oprah Winfrey January 29, 1954 to Present Best known for her talk show, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Oprah became known as the Queen of All Media. Professionally she is a media executive, actress, television producer, and philanthropist. She co-founded the women’s television network Oxygen. In 2011 she started the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN). The first …

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Industry BuzzZ Creator Lutonya Lang| Inspiring Our Youth Through Film and Media

IndustryBuzzZ Media Network was created by an energetic young woman who set out to inspire others while following her dreams. Lutonya Lang uses her platform to inspire, encourage, and entertain. She has interviewed a large array of successful African Americans from small business owners to actors.  She learns and pulls inspiration from every interview she …

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From 1000 Black Girl Books to the Youngest 30 Under 30 Recipient for 2018

Marley Dias is moving mountains and breaking glass ceilings and she’s 12 years old. Marley is the founder of the #1000BlackGirlBooks, which was a campaign that set out to donate 1,000 books featuring Black girls as main characters. After completely demolishing that number and collecting more than 10,000 books, Dias secured a book deal and …