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The More Melanin, the Less Beauty? Dark Skins Are Attractive Too —Interview With Kiana Davis

Saturday, February 4, 2017

Colorism has been a huge issue in the black community for quite some time now. This refers to black people further separating themselves into a category of being either “light skinned” or “dark skinned.” Microagressions (closely linked to the whole phenomenon on why lighter skin is more appealing) are an example of how people of ...

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OWN’s Season 4 of The Haves and the Have Nots: Peter Parros Interview (Part1)

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

In the world of fast food, 10 second videos, and 140 character conversations, it's a challenge to keep the average consumer's attention. Yet four seasons later, The Haves and the Have Nots, created by Tyler Perry is still going strong. Bronze Magazine had an opportunity to interview yet another interesting character and acting talent, Mr. ...

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Love Star Entertainment’s Apral Smith

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Screenwriter, producer, and entertainment industry CEO Apral Smith is a bona fide dynamic woman. She earned a B.S. degree from Coppin State University in English (with a Concentration in Broadcast Production and Technologies). She also studied Scriptwriting at Johns Hopkins University. Her company, Love Star Entertainment, LLC specializes in independent movie production serving the Maryland, ...

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Marist College Student Uses Education as a Tool for Social and Political Activism

Monday, December 26, 2016

As a young girl growing up in a low income and violence stricken area in the South Bronx, New York, Darriel McBride was exposed to various adversities.  From living in a single-parent household, facing financial difficulties, dealing with the incarceration of her family members, the death of her cousin by a police officer, or ...

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Evie T. McDuff: Breaking the Chains for the Next Generation

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

 “Learn from your past, so that you can prepare for a better future. Break the chain and get inspired”– Evie T. McDuff Evie T. McDuff, author of Don’t Play in the Sun has always known that she wanted to make an impact within her community. From a young child living in East Orange, New Jersey, she ...

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Dr. Michelle Powell Proves That No Matter How Many Times You Fail, It Will Work Out!

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Dr. Michelle Powell is a family physician that works with people of all ages to get their lives on the right track. She was born in Jamaica and came over to the United States when she was about 4-years-old. Powell currently resides in Florida. She is a mother, a doctor, and above all she is ...

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