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Date: April 2021

AVOCURL Leads the Way for Natural Hair Products Jasmine Curtis is taking a stand against harmful chemicals in hair care products marketed to Black women Jasmine Curtis, Founder AVOCURL H onesty is everything in a relationship. But do you ever feel like you’re continually being lied to and manipula

Nikki E. Designs Handcrafted and Socially Conscious Jewelry N icole Escalante designs for the modern woman who appreciates the power of accessories and hopes to enhance the goddess within. Her pieces feature stones such as amethyst, agate, labradorite, and more. She only uses sterling silver dipped

Born in Guyana to Entrepreneurial parents and raised mostly in Canada, Rene Harding is the face behind the skincare brand Skin Amity. W hile working for a retail chain in Toronto, Rene decided to develop her own skincare brand and kept working towards it. In a span of three years, and after a lot of

TrooRa Magazine speaks with dancer Jessie Williams’ on her love for dance.  Michael Daks: Why don’t we talk a little bit about how you got started? I started as a photographer when I was sixteen, which is how old you are now, but you must have started when you were five or even earlier? J

Saffron and Shreya Patel, two sisters based in Boston, have a bigger heart than their own. W While still in school and college, the young female founders are passionate in volunteering to the community. Today, they have gathered more than 100,000 cards and letters by heartfelt souls around the world

How Francesca Baur is bringing bespoke, natural textiles to the UK Francesca Baur, founder and designer behind Fable and Base MD: Hello, Francesca! Can we start with a little about your art education? When did you first become interested in art and textile design? FB: Hi Michael! I’m from a family

Creativity is creativity. It just plays out in different ways,” says Nneka Mosley of One Handy Momma. She started out making and selling designer handbags, a hobby she’d turned into a business...

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