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About our hair at work: Let us live. Leave us alone.

Here’s the deal: that our hair is even a topic at work, positive or negative, is microagressive. Policing, monitoring even providing runway commentary at work is unnecessary, and it is annoying at the very least. Others have to dye their hair purple to get this sort of attention at work. This is the second time that sisters at this news station faced this scrutiny publicly. First with Demetria…

Karen’s gonna Karen

Last night’s VP debates put our superpowers as women of color on display. It showcased a professional black woman’s ability to navigate spaces that were not built with us in mind with grace, resilience and no nonsense. Kamala represented us well. We do this masterfully everyday. We’ve cultivated this even when the lights aren’t shining on us on the national stage. And yet, the moderator was largely protected…

Content Guru Dennis Shaio Recommends LMS on Twitter

(Excerpt from Medium: I Binge on Documentary Style Podcasts, Not Netflix, by Dennis Shaio) Twitter Corner In each newsletter, I recommend a Twitter user to follow. This week, I recommend L. Michelle Smith (@LMichelleSpeaks). I discovered L. Michelle via Ian Truscott’s Rockstar CMO podcast. In the episode, Ian and L. Michelle discuss “the current social unrest in the US, the Black Lives Matter movement and her journey as…

LMS on Rockstar CMO FM Podcast

If you are looking for a wonderfully, easy to listen to, personal and no holds barred conversation about the impact of this civil rights movement on business, marketing and the workplace, take a listen to this podcast gem all the way from London. It’s safe to say that @rockstarcmo is one good reason the UK audience for @theculturesoup keeps my show in the Top 200 across the pond.…

The Best Black-Owned Businesses in Dallas–Dallas Observer

Black-Owned Businesses You Can Support in North Texas ARIA BELL | JUNE 18, 2020 | 4:00AM The COVID-19 pandemic has given the nation a chance to observe, reflect, mobilize and unite to end systemic racism. While there are many ways to get involved with social reform organizations and to plan and prepare for protesting, one significant way to uplift black communities is by shopping locally at black-owned establishments. We’ve put together a list of black-owned businesses…

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