via: theadoptedlife.com “Sadly I didn’t care, I was one of those people who would say, one person can’t make a difference it doesn’t matter. I was one of those people. After I saw Selma, I realized that was total poop, that was not true! I feel like if I stand up with a lot of(…)
Photo: Jason Jean “The Spring runways were full of crop tops, a.k.a teeny, tiny anxiety machines-but five stylish women show us how to wear them well.” -Allure Magazine Featured in Allure magazine’s February issue for the “User’s Guide To Style” story, 5 women were selected to show how they chose to style a(…)
I wanted to make a video talking about my diagnosis of both ADHD and Anxiety Disorder (GAD) at the age of 31. I was professionally diagnosed by a brain specialist (Doctor). Mental illness and brain disorders aren’t easy to talk about because there are a lot of stigmas and strong opinions that oppose each other.(…)
I’m excited to introduce the first video of the “At Home with Nikisha” series presented by the website Pineapple.life! In this video I make a guilt free, gluten free “Apple Coconut Crisp” (the healthy version of Apple Crisp). I also talk about what ingredients make it a healthy dessert! In this new series filmed(…)
Studio One Eighty Nine is a social enterprise that consist of creatives that seeks to provide a platform to help promote and curate African and African-inspired content through various projects such as media and cultural events and projects. The collective includes artists, musicians, dancers, architects, designers, photographers, foodies, travelers, innovators, thinkers, activists, dreamers. Together we(…)
Photos: Blaine Spesak Recently named Forbe‘s “30 Under 30: The Young People Who Are Changing Hollywood”, The Daily Show‘s Correspondent; Actress/Comedian, Jessica Williams discusses Alabama’s HB-494; a law that allocates state funds to pay for Attorneys to represent fetuses. Watch below as Williams interviews Alabama Civil Rights Attorney; Julian McPhillips and Executive(…)
Watch as Cipriana Quann of ‘Urban Bush Babes’ and her identical twin sister, TK Quann (aka TK Wonder) discuss their funniest hair moments, comments and requests. We know you have a story to tell and we want to hear it! Share your hair encounters in the comment box below.
Tell us where you are from, the early years of your childhood and what influenced your direction towards the arts? I was born in Kumasi, Ghana in West Africa. I moved to South London as a toddler. I went to primary and little bit of secondary school there and it’s while living in London that(…)
I got some requests on what my skin care regimen was from my last video. So I decided to do a video for those who are interested! My regimen has changed over the years, and I’m sure will continue to change. But this is the latest!
Tell us where you are from, the early years of your childhood and what influenced your direction towards yoga? I was born in Santiago, Dominican Republic. I grew up in a countryside, near a big river and a place full of children. I was intrepid, climbing up trees and swimming in the river. When I was(…)