Posted in Health and Wellness

Tennessee Man Planning To Sell 17,700 Bottles Of Hand Sanitizer Forced To Donate Them

A Tennessee man who became a subject of national scorn after stockpiling 17,700 bottles of hand sanitizer donated all of the supplies on Sunday just as the Tennessee attorney general’s office began investigating him for price gouging. (Source: nytimes.com)

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Posted in Beauty, News

Virginia Becomes Fourth State To Ban Hair Discrimination – Come On Michigan!

Thanks to Gov. Ralph Northam, Virginia, the only Southern state to ban natural hair discrimination, joins California, New York and New Jersey. (Source:  Get Up! Mornings With Erica Campbell)

Meanwhile in Michigan, Democratic State Rep. Sarah Anthony,  introduced a bill to prevent hair discrimination in July of 2019. However, Anthony’s bill was sent to the state legislature’s House Government Operations committee. Anthony said this is where “bills go and die,” and explains that the “disappointing part is listening to colleagues who don’t understand the purpose of the legislation. It’s frustrating for me who hears the stories all the time” Anthony said she will l fight for the bill  as long as she is a state representative.” (Source: lansingstatejournal.com)

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Posted in Beauty, Black History

Today In Black History: Remembering B. Smith

Model, restaurant owner and lifestyle guru, B. Smith died Saturday night in her home from Alzheimer’s. She was 70.  In 1976 she became the first black woman featured on the cover of Mademoiselle magazine. She opened 3 restaurants in New York City, Long Island and Washington, DC. Smith also had her own cooking and lifestyle show, B. Smith with Style, which made its debut in 1997.

Often unfairly called the black Martha Stewart, B. Smith was a legend in her own right. Smith embodied glamour affluence, poise, grace and Afrocentrism. B. Smith rocked natural hair before it was popular in the main stream. She was always different but yet the same. She spoke to many black people who thought that’s exactly me.   We drink wine.  We are cultured.  Conversely she showed others a broader or image of the African-American. (More From: Colorstream Media)

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