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Overseas travel is mostly out, but short trips are still possible. Here’s how to plan them, including tips on budgeting and managing restrictions.
By Michelle Jackson
, August 14, 2020
Growing up in a Midwestern town with few Black people, it took me years to accept — let alone celebrate — my natural hair. When my niece was 4, I vowed her journey would be different.
, August 7, 2020
In the age of COVID-19, CDC guidelines about social distancing are important. But if you crave closeness so much that you’ll risk an embrace, here’s what you need to know.
, July 31, 2020
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, July 17, 2020
One Black woman’s prayer, lament and battle cry for the safety of her baby grandson echoes over 400 years of collective hope and heartache for our youth.
, June 26, 2020
To me, grandmas were gray-haired, knee-high-stocking-wearing women who are always saying, ‘I got candy in the bottom of my purse.’ Then my daughter announced her pregnancy.
, June 26, 2020
As we celebrate Sisters’ 100th issue, Black Music Month and our 250,000+ subscribers, you can enter for a chance to win a $100 Visa Gift Card.
, June 19, 2020
My girlfriends were hurting and they needed me. How would I give ride-or-die support when being there wasn’t an option?
, June 12, 2020
If we’re doing something with our lives that’s not in concert with our spirits, there couldn’t be a better time to gain clarity and pivot.
, June 5, 2020
“If we had had cellphones back in the day, I would have texted Jasper from the Bronx and cancelled that third date.”
, May 29, 2020
Many couples are going out less, but that doesn’t mean sparks have to fade. Try these creative ways to reignite romance.
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