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20 Years After Selena, Where Does Latinx Representation Stand?
Actress America Ferrera is using her celebrity status to put pressure on Hollywood for better Latinx, women of color, and LGBTQ representation in the media.
Curly Latina Blogger AllThingsAda Has a Special Event for Her Followers!
Latina blogger Ada Rojas of @AllThingsAda is going on tour with @RisasRizos for an exciting 6-city event of empowerment and education to the curly community.
This is the World's First Afro-Latinx Comic Book Superhero
"Invisibility slowly tears away at a young mind...I saw that as a superhero character, no one in mainstream storytelling had tapped into my Puerto Rican heritage."
Try These 6 Ways to Increase Happiness and Decrease Stress
Self-care does not have to be complex or expensive. These are simple ways that you incorporate self-care practices that can improve your overall health.
What Wellness Means to Me
For Naturally Curly girl Whitney From the Blog, wellness is one of the most important pillars in life because it reflects her self-love.
15 Uplifting Stories in Honor of Women's History Month
Frida, Oprah, Rihanna, you, me... This March, NaturallyCurly editors and contributors honor strong women.
How to Watch and Listen for a Better YOU
Watching and listening to my favorite things lets me set the tone of my overall mood or shift it when I need to.
I Took a Hair Bias Test and This is What Happened
"Embracing the real texture of my hair seems to require something more--challenging the deeply embedded," says Alexis McGill Johnson of Perception Institute.
Why Solitude Should Be Your Fortitude
My personal experience in practicing solitude and aloneness for wellness and self-preservation.
Super Hairo: 2 Women-Owned companies on Selling Safer Products
Did you know that the laws that govern the regulations for personal care products are severely outdated?
What Wellness Means to Me in 2017
Every year as grow older, I realize the importance of maintaining wellness in my personal life. At the top of my list: rest.
The Hair Tales: An Appropriation Conversation that Explores the Black Woman's Experience With Race, Hair, and Beauty
Thought-provoking conversations and video, facilitated by Image Activist Michaela angela Davis.
Amandla Stenberg Has Something to Teach All of Us
I am a firm believer that we are amongst wise souls who have been here before, and through my observations, Amandla Stenberg is one of them.
Making it Work From Home
You don’t need to start professionally to end professionally.
Race, Age & Beauty: Why I Think Halle Berry is the Epitome of "Fine Wine"
Like Halle Berry, may we, as women of color, continue being a source of inspiration to our community, free of self-imposed limitations.
A'Lelia Bundles Speaks: Thoughts from the Great-Great Granddaughter of Madame C.J. Walker
This may seem like an irony to a lot of people because of their misconceptions of Madam Walker and their belief that she invented the hot comb.
Why I Relate to the Girls of Pretoria High School
#shoutout to the students at Pretoria High School for standing up for their natural hair!
What Does the Future of Preventative Health Care in the U.S. Look Like?
What the Trump administration's plans to dismantle Obamacare could mean for our health.
What Chrissy Teigen Thinks About Asian Culture Appropriation
Model Chrissy Teigen has a thing or two to say to Karlie Kloss for appropriating a Japanese geisha in a shoot for Vogue's Diversity issue.
Beauty Ingredients From Central America
A plethora of ingredients in nature that aid our inner and outer health are found in Central America.
9 Reasons I Love My Natural Hair
I had a relaxer most of my life, so curly hair was new to me.
3 Most Unexpected Fashion Week 2017 Hair Trends (So Far)
At the shows and on the street, I'm waiting to see if these 3 styles stick around in 2017.
U.S. Army Lifts Ban on Locs, Turbans and Facial Hair
The Army Regulation 670-1 has been revised to show more racial and religious inclusion after years of practicing unjust grooming rules against locs and turbans.
Why and How You Should Challenge the Status Quo This Black History Month
I appreciate the added melanin to my news feeds throughout February, but I often question if reading someone’s social post is truly teaching me.
This Valentine's Day, Keep Falling in Love With Yourself
Appreciate your solitude on Valentine's Day; go to your mental and spiritual happy place, indulging in every single drop of it, guilt-free.
The Untangled Truth About Loving Your Natural Hair
The best way to check your root issues is one strand at a time.
There's Still a Stigma Against Natural Hair (This Study is Proof)
The Perception Institute's "Good Hair" Study is the first to examine implicit and explicit attitudes related to black women’s hair.