Black girl magic is a term that used to celebrate the creativity, beauty, resilience, of black women and girls. It’s giving props for anything we find incredibly dope, inspiring, or mind-blowing about ourselves.Any idea on what it looks like? Brittany Agave can sure show you that! Who is Britt? Being black is magical enough, but for her she’s… Continue reading Britt. The Bomb.
Beyonce has had a ground breaking career since she first started in the 90’s. As a child she has always been singing and dancing. Timelines are very helpful and creative to show a purposes accomplishments over the course of time. Here I did a timeline on Beyonce’s life and her rise to where she is… Continue reading Timeline of Beyonce
Klache Johnston is a senior at North Carolina A&T, what’s so creative and sporty about her? Well, she’s a dancer. A lot of people ask if dancing is a sport, and if so how? Dancing is being able to move your body to a beat, and adding rhythm of course. So, clearly, there is… Continue reading The Life of a Dancer
Oh how we miss the Obama’s! Well, I know I do. From the swag of Barack Obama’s walk, the style and grace Michelle Obama blessed us with, and let’s not forget the beautiful carefree black daughters they gave us, we had an awesome First Family. I produced a Sound-slide of all the beautiful moments captured… Continue reading Missing The Obama’s Yet?
Natural hair is in no way a new concept in the Afro American community. For decades women have been wearing their curly afro, kinks, waves, and twist outs for as long as it can be remembered. Here is a look at the past and present state of natural hair: History of Natural Hair We… Continue reading Natural Hair: Is it a Lifestyle or Trend?
Have you ever finished a finger licking meal in a bomb restaurant and wondered, “wait where is the grade?” Soon you realize that there may not have be one, or that they are trying hide it? I remember being in a Chinese Restaurant my junior year in high school and they manage to hide theirs… Continue reading Showmars Inspections in Mecklenburg County
North Carolina A&T’s National Association of Black Journalist (NABJ) is hosting their 25th annual Multimedia Journalism Short Course for local and non-local JOMC students. This map shows the colleges of the participants of this years short course. Click here to find out more information about the NABJ short course.