About Nick Cottongim
Episode 5 | Self Care Rituals – Self Care Isn’t Selfish Guest: Ruby from Rooted With Ruby In this episode, we emphasize: The importance of self-care and debunk the myth that it is selfish. We explore different self-care rituals and practices that can nurture the mind, body, and soul. From simple daily habits to indulgent […]
The film, (allegedly) intended as a vehicle to further propel the careers of Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff, went from an indie rap flick to cult classic. The post Hip Hop Goes 2 Hollywood: A Look Back At House Party appeared first on Black America Web.
One thing that stood out to me was the importance of changing the narratives surrounding Black women. We are often described as strong and outgoing, but there is so much more to us. Let’s shift the narrative and embrace words like caring, vulnerable, and loving. By doing so, we can challenge stereotypes and promote a […]
Exhale | Episode 2 | Beyond Pink Ribbons In this podcast episode, we explore the journey of breast cancer during Breast Cancer Month with Co-Founder of Pink-4-Ever Nadia Miller. We discuss: the importance of prioritizing mental health while facing cancer and offer practical tips for individuals going through it or supporting a loved one. […]
In this episode, we dive into the crucial aspects of finding your perfect therapist and preparing for your first appointment. Let’s get started! Finding Your Perfect Therapist: Finding the right therapist is a vital step towards your mental well-being. As Black women, it’s essential to seek therapists who understand our unique experiences and can provide culturally […]
Watch the Indianapolis Mayoral Debate Live! The Mayoral debate is set for October 8th at 5PM.
Enter below for a chance to win a 4-pack of tickets to see Hurricane & the Gang featuring Allison Victoria, Brandon Douthitt, and Graham Helft on October 4th at Bicentennial Unity Plaza!
Take a look at our list of Women’s History Month Honorees on behalf of WTLC below Presented By Eskanazi Health! Rev. Janai Shirley Ann Downs Click here to learn more on why Rev. Janai Shirley Ann Downs is one of our honorees! Kiahna W. Davis Click here to learn more on why Kiahna W. Davis […]
Indiana’s “do-everything” forward completed 16 seasons in the WNBA, stepping away from her Naismith and Women’s Basketball Hall-of-Fame-career following the 2016 season. Her naming as recipient of the very first ESPN Humanitarian Award in 2015 and a 14-year run of community service by her Catch the Stars Foundation are testament to her work off the […]
With a career that spans from a schoolhouse to the White House and now to the Fieldhouse, Dr. Allison Barber has a successful record of building brands and maximizing impact. From grade school teacher in Merrillville, Indiana, to communications strategist in the White House and United States Department of Defense; and as the first chancellor […]
Dr. Terry Whitt Bailey is admired as a community activist, arts administrator and advocate for educational equity. Terry currently serves as Vice President and Chief Program Officer at the Center for Leadership Development in Central Indiana. In this role, Terry implements the strategic vision of CLD, overseeing the development, implementation, effectiveness and overall quality of […]