Rocking my cat eye sun glasses from Black owned lifestyle brand Fason De Viv
Your senses are an essential part of you. They provide your brain with all of the information that you need from the world around you. They help you to make sense of your environment and keep you from danger.
Every day your eyes, ears, taste buds, nose, and skin will take in tens of thousands of pieces of information and send countless signals to your brain. You won’t even notice them doing this much of the time, they do it so seamlessly well. Together your five senses work together to help you appreciate and identify people, places, food, weather, and so much more. Through your eyesight, you can enjoy looking at artwork or watching movies. With society relying heavily on technology for everyday use and convenience, the eyes can take a harsh beating when staring at bright screens about 80 percent of the time.
IT’S HERE! Our 3rd and final PushingForward: Natural Hair & The CROWN Act webinar. We have U.S. Congressman Dwight Evans gracing us with his wisdom and presence. Congressman Evans represents Pennsylvania’s 3rd Congressional District, which includes Northwest and West Philadelphia and parts of North, South and Center City Philadelphia. He is a longtime resident of the West Oak Lane neighborhood, he is a graduate of Germantown High School, the Community College of Philadelphia and LaSalle University.
As Black people we are experiencing so much grief, anguish, anxiety, and hopelessness amongst other emotions that we don’t even have the words to describe how we feel. The earth is weeping from the blood shed of our people. ‘Enough is ENOUGH ‘is no longer just a phrase but has evoked a global shift to further dismantle the systematic racist ideologies that plague the very soil of America. Here is what you and I can do to help
“While it’s top of mind now more than ever, let’s just get one thing straight: Every day is an opportunity to celebrate Black culture. Black innovators, artists, business people, and regular folk alike have all contributed so much to our society, locally and worldwide. We see the global influence of Black culture in so many different mediums, including beauty.”
PushingForward: Natural Hair & The CROWN Act webinar is back for a second session! Myself + business stylist Reagan Campbell of @CSuiteStyling are excited to have HR professional Andrea L. Grandville, MBA. She’ll discuss how to utilize resources we may not have realized are available to us when faced with an incident of hair discrimination within the office or academic settings.
As if the struggle wasn’t real enough during a time like this, adding hair styling woes can take emotions to the next level. Instead of becoming frustrated, embrace the moment and grab hair inspiration via virtual beauty coach, Tressenoire to keep your spirits high and short hair fleeky!
Enjoy Reagan Campbell and I for our first webinar featuring New Jersey State Senator Sandra Cunningham were we discussed The Crown Act. Learn more about what you can do to make sure this act is passed in your state next!
WE MADE IT ON @onwurd 96.1FM, 900 AM #happyhour with @sincerelysyreeta to share details on our Pushing Forward: Natural Hair & The CROWN Act webinar. ⠀ Reagan of @csuitestyling and I are so GEEKED! To know that we collaborated on this once the shut down happened and still pulled it off is really amazing! Take a listen below.