Dream in Black. Stay true to the moment. During Black History Month we encourage you to celebrate the accomplishments of actresses, artists, influencers and those making a difference in the world. From standing tall on current events to creating content that unites we must always remember to dream bold and to dream big. As we look to a future painted in black, HelloBeautiful.com celebrates three powerful women, Queen Latifah, Keke Palmer and Reginae Carter who are true Future Makers.
A total trailblazer, this talented artist, actress, philanthropist, and entrepreneur has contributed to the creative space for over two decades. With musical hits such as Ladies First and films such as Set It Off within her portfolio, the Newark, New Jersey native is also real estate developer who is doing big things for her community. More than just a face for brands and big-ticket entertainment projects, the Queen is also humanitarian. She is the definition of a Future Maker. She is why we should Dream in Black.
Dream in Black with Keke Palmer. The child star, model, and pop musician has paved the way for her fans for over a decade. Featured in film projects such as Akeelah and the Bee and Madea’s Family Reunion, the Illinois native was also a highly paid star of the Disney series True Jackson, VP and a standout feature on Scream Queens. When she isn’t acting, the starlet is supporting initiatives such as the Cool To Be Smart program which is part of the Boys and Girls Club. Keke’s diverse portfolio and contributions to her community show why she is a Future Maker. Let’s celebrate her.
Let’s Dream in Black with Future Maker, Reginae Carter. Coming from the shadow of her legendary father, rapper Lil Wayne, the actress, artist and model is doing big things in the entertainment space. Featured on a host of reality shows, including the upcoming film Pride & Prejudice, we are here to share the many faces of Reginae. Keep shining.