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iamthenublack: Yemzi Bosset of Brit Nig

25th April 2011 |

Introduce yourself

Yemzi. Born in Hackney; raised in Bournemouth. Creative being sewing her name into the fabric of the world. 19 years young. Undergraduate. Over complex. Currently developing ‘Brit-Nig’ and modeling (keep your eyes peeled to catch me on … Read More

iamthenublack: Elisha of Homegirls Hand Grenades

12th July 2010 |

introduce yourself

Born and raised on the Westcoast (Cali), now residing in the southeast

(North carolina), and i’m learning it ain’t where you’re from, it’s where you’re at. people say i’m easy-going, free-spirited.. … Read More

iamthenublack: Lesley Williams of Creative Cookie

5th July 2010 |

introduce yourself

I’m a bit of a creative junkie. From playing with clay, to photography, to working production at New York Fashion Week—I enjoy tangling myself with artistic adventures. I’m also a blogger. I started my … Read More

iamthenublack: Jodie Smith

31st May 2010 |

introduce yourself

name: Jodie

occupation: model, writer, and professional nerf gun fighter

The long and short of it is that I’m a pretty face with a whole helluva lot to say. So I write it all down. … Read More

iamthenublack: Ronke Adeyemi of OndoLady

22nd March 2010 |

introduce yourself

I am a Marketer by day and Blogger by night. I started The Musings of Ondo Lady because I love writing and I love pop culture so I thought this platform would be a … Read More

thenublack ♥s COCA

10th February 2010 |

Chicago is in the house folks! Bringing you the flyest in all things creative – COCA has all the bases covered.

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iamthenublack: Shannae Ingleton of WhatWomenWant

4th January 2010 |

introduce yourself

I’m a very Pisces woman who’s passionate about inspiring women and connecting them with the things that they love. What Women Want is a Women’s Social Network created by Shannae to … Read More

Analog Blogger

28th December 2009 |

Wow, this really blew me away – so simple, yet powerful (and voluntary). Contrary to the stereotypical images of Africans you seen daily in the news – this is yet another story of the ingeneous minds wanting to empower others.

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