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African Ankara print dresses are something that shouldn’t be ignored when it comes to discussing about the latest African trends. Whether you talk about the upcoming fashion shows or events, these dresses are must to show off on the ramp. … Continue reading
Are you sort of a last-minute kind of girl. Birthdays tend to sneak up on you, as do holidays like Mother’s Day. Blogging, however, requires things to be done ahead of time. That said, I have some things thought out … Continue reading
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Ahhh, Spring time! I love Spring. It’s like I’m falling in love with my chic African tops all over again. I’ve started to pull out my spring pieces, like this African Ankara print top. I I love the versatility of … Continue reading
Two things I am crazy about and in love with are vibrant Ankara Prints and sexy, flirty maxi Dresses. They are my go to item. They are always fun and flirty . I adores them because they are easy to … Continue reading
African Print pencil skirts from Zabba Designs is the perfect piece to complement any wardrobe. Wear it to the office and easily transforms it for a night on the town. This Gorgeous African Print Skirt flatters your figure and helps … Continue reading
Wilma Rudolph Wilma Rudolph was the 20th of 22 children. As a young child she was paralyzed by polio, and contracted both scarlet fever and double pneumonia. Many doctors felt she would never walk again, yet she always believed otherwise. … Continue reading
[Siblings Rudy and Fredy Walker performing the ‘Cakewalk’ in France. ‘A History of African American Theatre’ by Errol G. Hill and James V. Hatch.] The Cakewalk became a popular stage act for expert dancers as well as a craze in … Continue reading
Today we remember Mary Fields, also known as “Stagecoach Mary.” She was the first African-American woman employed as a mail carrier in the United States, and just the second American woman to work for the United States Postal Service. Even … Continue reading