Ever wonder what the world, especially America, would look like without the contributions made by black people? Hopefully this thought hasn’t crossed your mind, but if it has, here’s the answer in short: it would be lame as fuck. For those that think Black History Month is insignificant, guess again. Watch as the hilarious Franchesca Ramsey break it down ever so bluntly.
Earlier this month, Afro-Cuban/Dominican singer, writer, and social media maven Juliana Pache was tired of black history only being limited to the United States. There’s no doubt that the accomplishments of African Americans deserve to be celebrated, however Pache felt that Afro-Latinx’s (‘x’ being gender neutral) tend to be left out of the celebration. So she took to twitter and created the hashtag #BlackLatinxHistory where she tweeted about influential Afro-Latinxs. What she didn’t expect was for the hashtag to go viral and for hundreds to join in on the conversation.
Here’s some of what we learned: Continue reading
BROAD CITY IS BACK BITCHES!! Our girls Abbi and Ilana are back for season 3! This show is hands down one of our faves because their friendship reminds us so much of ours. Seriously. From the crazy adventures, weird encounters, embarrassing moments, days getting high, and nights being drunk, it’s like a personal memoir. But what really resonates with us is the genuine ride or die love they have for one another. Here are 11 ways that Abbi and Ilana showed us what real ride or die BFF’s look like: Continue reading
Ever since I began my raw vegan journey a month ago (more on that to come), I like to look up (swoon/drool) various vegan recipes for when I later on start eating cooked vegan food. So far the journey has been HARD AF but I still enjoy cooking and baking for my fam. A friend sent me this gem and never have I ever felt more motivated knowing that my boy Waka Flocka went vegan too!
Watch as he and Raury (dope singer by the way) show off their baking skills in this funny how-to video. Who said gangstas can’t be vegan!? Continue reading