It’s Time to Destigmatize Mental Health in the Black Community

A careful study performed by researchers at Rutgers University detailed that African Americans had higher rates of both clinical and research-based diagnoses of schizophrenia. Research shows that African Americans are almost twice as likely to be diagnosed with schizophrenia as white Americans. African Americans in treatment present higher than expected rates of diagnosed schizophrenia in […]

Black Owned Publishing Company Is Helping Black Creatives Monetize Their Writings

The Literary Revolutionary is helping the Black community take control of our writing. A movement is happening in literature, one that is creating literary legacies by documenting and publishing our stories and expertise in books, while also educating literary professionals on how to execute their craft and become “authorpreneurs.” One of the chief soldiers in […]

She Lost Over 100 Pounds, Now This Atlanta Chef Entrepreneur Teaches Others

After losing well over 100 pounds, Atlanta’s Queen Dr. Neith is bestowing her knowledge upon the community. Queen Dr. Neith is an amazing chef and owns “Queen’s Cuisine” – raw, living, and vegan catering meal delivery service in Atlanta, Ga. Queen’s Cuisine Atlanta delivers happiness and healing to people in need. Their flavorful, healthy plant […]

“Higher” The New CBD Oil Infused Unisex Soap

Secret Garden Herbals is not your average Black owned skin care company. Secret Garden Herbals uses the finest ingredients, cultivated by Certified Master Herbalist Alexis Jalena, CEO and founder. Their newest released soap “Higher” is infused with hemp oil, CBD oil, Damiana soaked in CBD oil, Catnip herb, patchouli essential oil and peppermint essential oil. […]

Help! My Child Is Expressing Suicidal Thoughts: Tips for Black Parents

What To Do When Your Child Expresses Suicidal Thoughts: Tips for Black Parents Suicide is one of the leading causes of death for African American children and adolescents in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Change begins here and we encourage you to take the following warning signs very […]

Black Children & Suicide: Why Are Our Young Kings and Queens Killing Themselves?

When it comes to suicide and suicide attempts in elementary school-aged children, the topic is not well-discussed, despite a recent increase in the suicide rate among US Black children. According to the Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health, African Americans are 20% more likely to experience serious mental health problems than the general […]