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Small Black Business Spotlight Q & A With Dr. Catrise Austin


Wednesday, July 18, 2018

By Bronze Magazine For nearly 20 years, New York City cosmetic dentist Dr. Catrise Austin, better known as The Queen of Smiles, has been in the business of transforming smiles for singles, business people, celebrities, and just anyone looking to enjoy life with a better smile, simply. Dr. Austin says, “I take my job as a ...

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Starting and Maintaining a Business: An Interview with KinkyCurlyYaki Founder Vivian Kaye


Monday, December 18, 2017

Interview and Story By Whitney Sylvain From my interview with Vivian Kaye, the founder and CEO of KinkyCurlyYaki (KCY), a Toronto based successful natural hair extension brand, it was apparent that back in 2010 she was a business woman who was determined to deliver what many black women with natural hair wanted- natural hair extensions. When ...

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Young Fashion Creative Taking the Industry by Storm


Friday, October 20, 2017

Interview by Aaliyah Ransome  “People are always watching. Don’t give up, especially when you feel like no one is paying attention” – Justin Etienne From being featured in Vogue, WWD, and Elle Magazines and being invited to NYFW and the BET Hip Hop Honors Awards, 21 y/o Production Management major at the Fashion Institute of Technology, Justin Etienne ...

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#CraftConversations with Actor Tomike Ogugua


Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Interview by Nathan “GreatIsNate” Vinson  Enthusiasm. That’s the word I would use to describe to Tomike Ogugua. His infectious personality and zeal for living an inspiring life is both admirable and inviting. It hasn’t always been so easy-going. Falling in with the wrong crowd and bad decisions cost him a year and a half delay in ...

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#CraftConversations with Filmmaker Jamaal Scott


Wednesday, June 7, 2017

By @TheGreatIsNate “I just feel like everything happens for a reason.” That’s the phrase that Jamaal Scott said four times over the course of our 57 minute conversation. This, of course, was for good reason. Scott’s life has been a journey of twist and turns, from varied stints at multiple universities, to getting his master’s degree in ...

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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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