Da Real BB Judy Is Dropping Knowledge As She Gives Back to Her Supporters

Jessica Dupart, also known as Da Real BB Judy is booked, busy, and blessed as she is packing up her knowledge and giving it away for FREE! Kaleidoscope Hair Prod CEO is sharing how she grew her business and became one of the biggest social media influencers and took her business to the next level!... Continue Reading →


The JCS Project: A Foundation Built on Love,Care and Prayer

“Sometimes, all we need is a little hope.” Summer is almost over and it’s time to go school shopping! For most college students this time can be both exciting and intimidating. Leaving home for the first time, not knowing what to pack, what to leave at home, meeting new people; it can all be very... Continue Reading →

The Dallas-Jones Dream Scholarship-Texas Southern University Students Starts Scholarship fund to Help Students Pay for College

Getting access to funds for college tuition can be a hassle for students; and many depend solely upon financial aid from the government in order to attend college. Although grants and scholarships are available, they are limited and are not always enough to cover tuition and fees. With the cost of attendance increasing yearly, it... Continue Reading →

#FlexinInHerComplexation! Gorgeous 10 Year Old Sends a Messages to Her Haters

Kheris Rogers is only 10 years old and has already broke the internet with her beautiful melanin! This little QUEEN went viral last month when her older sister posted this on twitter, “My sister is 10, but already royalty #Flexininhercomplextion.” https://twitter.com/TaylorAndrea_/status/846101800067379200 Can you say GORGEOUS!!  Rogers had been a target for bullies ever since she was... Continue Reading →

“School Choice” How About Only Choice: DeVos’ Uneducated Statement About HBCUs

After meeting with several presidents and chancellors of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) secretary of education released a statement to the public about structural reform of educational funding and how important funding is for HBCUs. However, her understanding seems to be a bit off.  DeVos states:  “Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have done... Continue Reading →

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