Author Archives: Nana Ekua Brew-Hammond
Recently named the Global Artistic Director of Aveda, Shorter will bring her long resume and hair care secrets to the internationally-known brand.
A medical manager, boxing manager, and t-shirt entrepreneur, Carla Ja is building her brand in a hyper-masculine sport.
The bigger problem is the discrimination that results from a unique name.
Samantha Smikle’s accessories line TNEMNRODA somehow made its way to Beyonce. And now she’s thinking even bigger.
New crop of art spaces take a “for us, by us” approach to Harlem’s transition
A veteran music publicist and indie recording artist weighs in on the celebrity-making machine.
COO and editor-in-chief Sandra Appiah is the brain behind Face2Face Africa magazine, a new media outlet for people of African descent around the world.
With limited depictions of black life on TV, can we afford to have a show like “All My Babies’ Mamas” on the air?
With few channels exposing readers to black literature, book clubs operate like businesses to manage the tide of author and publisher requests.
Two actresses weigh in.