We had such an amazing time having film producer Angela White as our guest. Angela has produced over 30 films and was the first black woman to release a faith-based movie on the big screen. We honored Angela as our Black Inspirational Spotlight. She sat down with us to discuss how she got where she … More Black Inspirational Spotlight: Angela White
Black Soulutions interview with fashion designer and drug prevention activist Brittney Calhoun. Brittney explains the essences of her brand Calhounnohlac and how she’s trying to save the world. She speaks about her solutions on helping drug addicts and her own experience having a parent who struggles with drug addiction. PLEASE WATCH!!!
Black Soulutions writer Solomon Kirven sits down with KW Couples Therapist Kiaundra Jackson to speak on relationships & mental health in the black community. Jackson touches on her struggles and rise to become one of the most respected therapist in our community today. She was featured on Huffington Post 10 black female therapist you should … More Black Excellence Spotlight: Kiaundra Jackson
The majority of the NFL audience will not understand Kaepernick’s National Anthem protest against the killings of unarmed black men and women, it’s foreign to them. … More Kaepernick Needs To Re-Image What?
Something special is happening in Chicago, a shift in the mainstream narrative that has plagued this city for years. Chicago is more than what you hear about on the news or radio, it is an amazing city with great people. There is so much going on in this city that people don’t hear about because of the negative attention it receives. One movement going on is #HashtagLunchbag. … More Black Excellence: Changing The Narrative On Chicago
What I know is that your dreams are possible. I implore you, find that thing that your heart, your soul can not go without, and pursue it until you are unable to. Go after it as if your life depends on it. … More Black Business Spotlight: Author Kareem Wilson (in his own words)
It is NOT about whites killing blacks. It is about police officers murdering black men at a higher rate than any other race and getting away with it. … More Stop Comparing Black On Black Crime to Police Brutality