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Get Ready to Netflix & Chill With New Content Producers Barack & Michelle Obama

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Photo: OnlinEpikairotita.com By Sharee Silerio Since 2009, our hearts have been captured by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle. They’ve inspired us to care, do, and become more so we could have a positive impact on the world. When they left the White House, it felt like our favorites were leaving us behind. Books have been written on their…

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With 2 Daytime Emmy Noms, Here’s Another Reason to Watch Hit Youtube Series ‘Giants’

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James Bland & Vanessa Baden Kelly via giantstheseries IG By Sharee Silerio Have you ever watched a show that depicted your life story so accurately that you thought it was about you? No? Me either. But there is a web series on YouTube that comes very close, and it’s called “Giants.” The hit series is executive produced by Jussie Smollett (“Empire”),…

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One to Watch: How Choosing Herself is Paying Off For Singer Aisha Badru

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Aisha Badru By Sharee Silerio Singer and Yonkers, New York native Aisha Badru was three years into college when she realized that she’d had enough. The daughter of Nigerian educators was living a life that she didn’t choose and it was taking its toll. So after much contemplation, she did what would seem crazy to many and she quit. Continue…

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How Several Leaps Of Faith Led This Woman To Open Her Own Floral Boutique

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Itika Oldwine of Oldvine Florals  By Sharee Silerio In 2011, after working on “The Oprah Show” for eight seasons as an intern then employee, Itika Oldwine took a big leap of faith and traded in Chicago for Los Angeles to start a career in marketing. Soon after arriving, she started a marketing position at L.A. Live, an entertainment and sports…

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Women Are Using Their Bodies as Canvases to Reclaim Self and Protest Social Injustice

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The Awakenings Project by Marissa Southards By Sharee Silerio When Marissa Southards picked up a camera three years ago, she was simply trying something new. One day, her husband Brian, a pencil artist, brought a professional-level camera home so he could work in a different medium. Active in St. Louis protests and the Black Lives Matter movement, she took the…

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