As we are here in the month of November with only two months away from the end of the year, the season can be so busy that we can forget to take a few minutes for ourselves and reflect on the many blessings of life.
Fall is is my favorite season and October also happens to be my birth month! While I enjoy the beautiful change in nature, especially the leaves on the trees, what’s fascinating is that the colors are there all the time! Did you know that it’s
Happy September! As summer is coming to an end and fall is fast approaching, it’s a perfect time to reflect and focus on our goals and message to girls as they are embarking upon new chapters in their lives with school, activities, friends and heightened
The #PrettyBrownGirls4Gabby campaign has kicked off following the negative attention given to Gabby Douglas during the 2016 Rio Olympics. When Gabby expressed her hurt, Laila & Aliya Crawley, the two daughters of Sheri & Corey Crawley, wanted to wear their hair in ponytails and clips
In 2010, we decided to relocate back to my hometown of Detroit with our two daughters, as my Mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease. We left our fast paced lifestyle behind and started over with one question, how could we use our gifts, talents and
What an amazing Pretty Brown Girl Day weekend! There were over 1,000 Pretty Brown Girls in attendance at our 2016 Celebration at Spelman College in Atlanta, GA. We had a magnificent 5th Annual Pretty Brown Girl Day Celebration and it was all because of you! Thank you to all
11-year-old activist, Marley Dias, will be honored with the “Dream Big Award” on Saturday, Feb. 27, at the fifth annual 2016 International Pretty Brown Girl Day celebration at Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia. Frustrated with the lack of diversity in the books that she was