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Ask a Black Chick

At the beginning of the year, we launched Ask a Black Chick which was a glorious experience that opened up several avenues for the black women to share their lives. Now, nearing a new year, my mission was to bring a new way for black women to beat down the stereotypes that hold us back.

So, whats the Commitment Project?

The commitment project is the promise, as black women, to ourselves to use the right words when talking about ourselves, our family, and other black women. We are creative, carefree, inspirational, educated, interesting, artsy. When we use these positive words to speak about ourselves and other black women, those words are projected into our reality and effects our lives.

Want to join the Commitment Project?

Next month, I am rolling out merchandise and a special long form newsletter that will include inspiring interviews, exclusive giveaways,  for the Commitment Project. I am so excited for you to join the Commitment Project and share it with your girlfriends and loved ones that need to make the promise to themselves to create new stereotypes.

For now, stay up to date by joining the newsletter and recap the Ask a Black Chick 18 part series. I can’t wait, ya’ll!

 

 

16 comments

  1. I’ve had more than enough of that beyonce picture lol and idk y every one keeps saying she cut it. She aint cut it she took off her lace front haha. Oprahs magazine cover is awesome I like that one🙂 I like the message you send out with your blog keep it up!

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  3. Hi. I’m new to the blog but already in love. I stumbled across from another blogger who featured you…I bookmarked you enough said! I have been relaxer free coming up on a year now..whoop whoop but still learning. Thank you for your information. I look forward to learning/retaining lots!

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  4. I am so happy I came across this blog. I am a 33 year old white woman and I’ve had some negative experiences in the past asking black women about their culture. What was meant to be an honest curiosity was misconstrued into me being racist, so I’ve always shied away from possibly offending someone due to my lack of knowledge. I am excited to be able to ask questions in a neutral and welcoming environment.

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