Almost a year ago, the world changed. On March 10, 2020, the World Health Organization declared that COVID-19 was a pandemic. Afterward, industries had to shift to online work, which posed many challenges, from in-home distractions to internet issues. Given these challenges, many sectors had to change the way they conduct business.
One of these was education.
Take a peek inside our Quarantine Issue.
What happens when the Hinge swipes get tiresome? Do you just curl up in a ball, or do you look intrinsically and see the option right in front of you? That's how Javanna and Cliff's story started. Friends for nearly a year before becoming romantically linked, the couple walks viewers through their new relationship. This video, which is part of the Black History Month issue of our magazine, is a means of celebrating Black Love in honor of Valentine's Day also being this month. To see the full video, watch here! ~ℝ
Multi-award winning actress Cicely Tyson devoted her life to portraying strong Black women on stage and screen. The esteemed actress began her career as a model inEbony magazine and became a first-time author in 2021. Tyson’s memoir, “Just As I Am”, was published on January 26, just days before she passed away on January 28, 2021. Of Caribbean decent, Tyson was born in Harlem, N.Y. on December 19, 1924 and died at the age of 96.
While promoting her book, the 5’ foot 3’’ icon said:
I am a woman
Cicely Tyson, Author; Actress; Activist
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