Zulu Gone Global Comes to Brooklyn

Nondu Myeza, creator of Zulu Gone Global (ZGG) brought her eye-catching accessories to Brooklyn's Artist and Fleas. ZGG gives women...

The death of a loved one is always difficult to endure but it is especially hard when it happens right before the Christmas Holidays. I spent the Holidays in Texas with my family. A few days before Christmas my cousin was found in his home. He lived alone and had passed days earlier. Born August 6th 1947 in Stop Six, Texas to Willie D. and Donnie Bell Harris, Spencer Harris, III came from a very […]

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Labor is a difficult ordeal for many women who experience pain. But labor doesn’t have to be like that. There are comfort measures specifically designed to relieve a pregnant mama’s pain. These positions are often done with your husband, boyfriend or support person. I wanted to learn more about comfort measures firsthand with doula Nikia Lawson, of Fort Worth, Texas. With over 22 years experience helping mothers through pregnancy and postpartum, Ms. Lawson was the […]

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The headline by Pro Publica/NPR caught my eye. It startled me. It read, “Nothing Protects Black Women From Dying in Pregnancy and Childbirth.” Does nothing protect us? A month earlier I had learned I was pregnant with my second child. My first pregnancy ended at 26 weeks, 5 days when I gave birth to my son William. I spent 84 consecutive days in the hospital with him. I had no desire to repeat that experience but I […]

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Melford English, a husband, father, and Coach was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. O Girl Media is exclusively telling his story of faith and disease. Yes, men get breast cancer too.   Eight days after his last round of chemotherapy treatment, Mr. English and his wife Marlo sat down with O Girl Media to tell his story.   In March of 2017, Mr. English discovered a lump in his breast while doing a self-exam. He is […]

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Did you know that African American are 3 times more likely to experience kidney failure? O Girl Media is telling the story of Lisa Love and her five-year battle with kidney disease. She wears her scars proudly from the fight, no longer using arm cover-ups. Her arm is her personal testimony. The family matriarch overcame at home hemodialysis to receive a life changing kidney transplant. Her new kidney isn’t the cure to her disease but […]

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I grew up chanting, “Yeah!! We going to Midland!” As the boys crushed another team to advance in the playoffs I know the agony of defeat I was there in 93 when they scored 70+pts And became the State Champs. I remember the names, familiar faces Of life long fans you only see during the season I’ve caravanned with family members to Midland and Austin No city in Texas was too far I followed the […]

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