The devil has manipulated human perception on who God truly is. Today, we are going debunk 3 of these lies and replace them with truth straight from God’s word.
We all have something going on in our lives. Some of us are fortunate enough to win at everything they do. Other people are struggling to get by. Perhaps, you have accomplished all that you have set out to do in life. If that is the case, congratulations. Not everyone is able to fulfill their […]
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On 11/7/2020, history was made: Kamala Harris became the first woman of Black and South Asian descent to be elected VP of the United States.
As we begin to put up the Christmas tree, prepare our feasts, and shop for our loved ones, let us not forget the true meaning of this season.
Autumn is the season to recount the things that we are thankful for; but with COVID-19 taking so much away, what is there to be thankful for?
Quarantine hasn’t given us much, but it did bring us Verzuz. Check out our list of Verzuz battles we want to happen.
Chadwick Boseman has been a part of some of the most influential films in history. Relive his impact by remembering 5 of his biggest roles.
Our world encourages a “get mine” mentality. How do we live better and fight temptation? Fight the 7 deadly sins with these verses.
Around here, we celebrate Emancipation Day. Read about the history of Emancipation Day in Canada, the US, and the Caribbean and why this year we need to celebrate it more than ever.
*checks “visit Comic-Con” off bucket list*
Keeping with our theme of celebrating all things melanin, we want to share the top 5 Black-focused panels at Comic-Con that we are most excited about tuning into
If you are a Black college student, or know one, then you NEED to read this! Maximize your college experience by trying these success tips.
Breonna Taylor’s death and the handling of her case have drawn attention to the lack of value placed on Black female lives in America.
People-pleasing is a dangerous and unhealthy habit. We break down what it is and how to overcome it in 3 easy steps in our latest Know Your Worth edition.
Happy fathers day! We are celebrating this day with the story of Noah. Read 3 fatherly pieces of advice that we picked up from Noah’s story that can hopefully help you in your journey with fatherhood.
“Yeah, the 4th of July is great, but have you heard of Juneteenth?”
Father’s day is right around the corner! This year, we want to celebrate 5 amazing Black celebrity fathers who love being family men.
It is not enough just to be “not racist” anymore. We need to collectively be anti-racist and pro-black if we want to achieve racial inequality in and throughout society.
We have a list of things that you can do to support the Black community during these times of conflict, pain, and hurting.
To be silent is to be complicit. Racism is not only amoral, but it is sinful. God does not want racism in His world.
In this article, we will be outlining the top 4 lessons that we learned from Job’s story that we can use to fight the battle within.
Job’s story is one of power, depression, loneliness, integrity, sickness, and loss. In part one of this mini-series, we dive into Job’s story. Stay tuned for part two, where we apply Job’s story to battling obstacles today.
Colourism. For many this work brings feelings of pain and insecurity. Read to learn more about how colourism affects Black people in the Western world.
This article is part of The Melanin Series’ “Know Your Worth” short-read miniseries. This series addresses the varying elements of knowing one’s value and self-worth. When you hear the word integrity what do you think of? For me, as I was growing up, I did not think about integrity as an important part of developing my self-worth. […]
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#BlackGirlMagic is not just a hashtag. It is a movement. Uncover the mystery behind #BlackGirlMagic and why 7 years after its creation it is still relevant.
The Melanin Series would like to wish all mothers and motherly figures a wonderful mother’s day. Today, we want to honour these strong, dedicated women by providing them with encouragement, support, and love.
A video of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery’s shooting death surfaced on social media, and it is sparking international outrage across social media.
Envy is dangerous. If you are experiencing envy or want to know what it is, we have all that you need to learn about this powerful source of negativity.
There is nothing quite like the love of a mother! We’ve created a list of 5 amazing Black moms. See who made the list!
We want to continue yesterday’s article by providing 3 quarantine-style, résumé-building tips for recent Black college grads. Get that dream job!
In part 1 of this two-part article, we look at the reality of job hunting for Black, college graduates during the coronavirus pandemic.
Did I just read that right? “Travelling during quarantine”? That’s kind of impossible, right? Wrong! While you may not be able to physically travel and visit other countries while in quarantine, you can definitely explore your favourite destinations.
Our editor, Jas, shares her journey of navigating life as a Black millennial with you with the hopes that you can build your relationship with Christ.
Forming strong values is a key part of establishing your self-worth. What are your values? Learn more about the importance of establishing your values.
Federal justice systems are currently releasing inmates from their federal prisons in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Read this article to learn more.
On April 1, 1984, Motown and soul artist Marvin Gaye died of a gunshot wound to the heart. This was just one day before his 45th birthday.
Humility is an important part of discovering your self-worth. Learn about what humility truly is and how you can practice it daily.
On March 25, 1807, Britain prohibited the slave trade in the United Kingdom by enacting the Slave Trade Act. Learn more about this historic event and modern forms of slavery.
Do you know your worth? Learn how to work towards your value and self-worth by through building your self-esteem.
On March 18, 2018, in Sacramento, California, police officers shot and killed Stephon Clark. Clark, who was a 22-year-old African-American man, was unarmed.
Self-care is a practice of self-love and self-respect. Read our research-based self-care tips to achieve peace, success and confidence.
Hi, my name is Jaz and I have 4C hair. I document my hair journey and uncover the politics woven into our locs and tresses.
Contributions by Black artists made to music is Black excellence at its finest. Read our list of top 10 songs to listen to before Black History Month ends.
“They Gotta Have Us” reveals much more than the history of Black Hollywood. We discuss the effects of racial discrimination in Hollywood.
The future is Black.
On January 26, 2020, the world lost a legend. Kobe Bean Bryant, also known as The Black Mamba, passed away in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California at the age of 41. He died alongside his 13-year-old daughter Gianna Maria-Onore Bryant, and seven other people, including young athletes, coaches and local leaders. It has been […]
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