What Does the Nguzo Saba Sound Like?
The seven principles of the Nguzo Saba are designed to help us reflect on community building and communal advancement. Unlike its holiday counterparts, Christmas and Hanukkah, there is no canon … Continue reading
African-American Owned Wine Labels: Brian Duncan’s Bin 36
At Bin 36, the wine flows freely, the staff is friendly and well educated about wine, and the food is deliciously complimented by wine and vice versa. This all culminates … Continue reading
An Ode to Carver and a Chance to Win a Prize from Peanut Butter and Co.
Written by Therese Nelson is the Founder of Black Culinary History BlackCulinaryHistory.com I have to admit that I have a huge historical crush on George Washington Carver. I love the spirit he … Continue reading
A Gift of Tea for Kids
Many people look at the New Year as a time for reflection; I choose to do this in celebration of Kwanzaa. Time for me to take a look at Spiritual … Continue reading
African-American Owned Wine Labels: Mac McDonald’s Vision Cellars
Written by Janelle Carter of The Cork Chronicles There is no mistaking Mac McDonald, owner and winemaker at Vision Cellars, in overalls and straw hat on his vineyard in Sonoma … Continue reading
Bryant Terry and An Inspirational Giveaway
There’s vegan soul food we pretend taste good. Then, there’s vegan soul food that actually does taste good, because it’s cooked with soul…from the earth… from the heart. That’s Bryant … Continue reading