Empower Black Girls

Teaching Our Children to Love Their Hair

By at February 23, 2016 | 1:25 am | 0 Comment

Young children with kinky hair could feel that they are not beautiful; particularly when they see more images of people with straight hair who are acknowledged for their beauty. When our children see fewer images of girls with kinky hair, it could lead to the perception that curlier, coiler, kinkier hair is less than desirable. What's worse: children sometimes

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Black Girls You Are Beautiful Black Pearls

By at February 9, 2016 | 5:26 am | 0 Comment

More often than not, we see and hear more about pretty white pearls. They are pretty and very valuable. But what about the black pearls? Just because the white pearls are more often selected or promoted doesn't mean they are any more valuable or important. On the contrary. What does livescience.com have to say about the black pearls? A natural black pearl is more

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A Beautiful Expression of Love – Kim Taylor

By at February 3, 2016 | 12:56 am | 0 Comment

Girls, young ladies, wise women. You are a beautiful expression of love. Stop looking for it. Just be who you were created to

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She Can’t Hear What You Say, Because What You Do is So Loud

By at January 12, 2016 | 10:14 am | 1 Comments

by Kim Brown-Taylor Parents, think before you speak and listen to what your actions say. You may be saying all of the things your daughter should be doing and not doing, yet your actions and behavior may be the total opposite. It's very easy to do and it doesn't make you a bad parent UNLESS it's your regular routine. Check yourself. Moms, do you tell your daughter not

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I Found Love in Sunday School by Kim Taylor

By at January 10, 2016 | 5:44 am | 0 Comment

I was 9 years old when I first met her. Her name was Ms. Carrie Tucker, and Sister Tucker is what we called her.  She was my Sunday School teacher and one of the most amazing women who positively influenced me. When I was too young to remember, my mother and father used to take me to church. I know they did because I've seen pictures of us standing in front of the church

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Yes, You Are Different!

By at December 10, 2015 | 4:24 pm | 0 Comment

Your  skin is different, but that just means you are unique, special, and one of a kind. Your hair is different, but that means it's a natural crown so you can proudly exclaim, "It's all mine"! Your daily life journey is different, but that's because it customized just for you. Your dreams are different, so hold on, keep praying and watch them all come

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Thank God For Me!

By at November 26, 2015 | 12:27 am | 0 Comment

I thank God for Me tenderly made, sweetly browned kinky curled and naturally crowned I thank God for me a serious wonder for all to ponder a strikingly powerful quiet thunder I thank God for me A masterpiece I am so I thank Him written by Kim

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