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Princess Weekes

Princess Weekes

Princess Weekes creates video essays about pop culture, race, feminism, and other social issues with “a lot of nuance and profanity.” She’s also an assistant editor at covering the same topics in writing. If it’s breaking down how Game of Thrones has always been trash or discussing the intersection of pop culture and race …

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Peijinsart is Peijin, a self-taught freelance illustrator who gave up their engineering career for their art journey. Since then they share tutorials, drawing process videos and their studies. They say, “Coz if I can make myself an artist, you can too!” Drawing is their true love. Find Peijinsart online: Patreon YouTube Instagram Etsy ArtStation Facebook

HomeTeam History

HomeTeam History

HomeTeam History advances proper historical perspectives concerning African History, Culture, and Worldview. “HomeTeam” simply refers to the African Diaspora. They revisit the history and learn more about the humanity and agency of African people. Find HomeTeam History online: Patreon YouTube Instagram Twitter Facebook

Robyn McClendon

Robyn McClendon

Robyn is a nationally known artist exhibiting nationally and internationally with exhibitions in the Smithsonian Museums, Corcoran Art Gallery and art in the permanent collections of The MOMA as well as other notable collections. A highly accomplished business coach, she has an intuitive coaching venture “The Holy Grail Program ” which is part of her …

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Blair Imani

Blair Imani (she/her) is the LA Times Bestselling author of Read This to Get Smarter. She is an award-winning educator, historian and influencer. She is also the author of Making Our Way Home, and Modern HERstory. Her work centers women and girls, global Black communities, and the LGBTQ community. As an educator and influencer, semi-retired …

Black Forager

Alexis Nikole – Black Forager

Alexis Nikole – Black Forager loves foraging, environmental science, ethnobotany, and free food, and writing about all of the above. She forages out in the untamed wilderness of scenic Ohio to bring you the wonders of wild food. She’s been featured in Bon Appétit, was named one of AdWeek’s 2022 Creator Visionaries and one of …

Abby Sy

Abby Sy

Abby Sy is an artist and author from Manila. She’s written and illustrated bestselling books (such as, The ABCs of Hand Lettering, The Complete Photo Guide to Hand Lettering and Calligraphy, and The Art of the Travel Journal), put up a small business, and built an online creative community. These are all part of her …

Khadija Mbowe

Khadija Mbowe

Gambian-Canadian-American performer Khadija Mbowe is a video essayist and self-described socio-cultural anthropologist and “cool, fun, *young* millennial aunty.” In her videos she sits on her floor and sometimes talks to her friends, sometimes does video essays. Khadija has half a Sociology degree, half an English degree, and a whole degree in Vocal Performance, focusing on Opera. She’s also …

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The Free Black Women’s Library

The Free Black Women’s Library is a Black Radical Feminist social art project that centers and celebrates Black women writers, artists, activists and thinkers. TFBWL is created by interdisciplinary artist, yoga teacher, set decorator, and cultural worker, OlaRonke Akinmowo. It features a monthly Reading Club and a collection of over 3000 books written by Black women …

Smart Funny & Black

Smart Funny & Black

Smart Funny & Black is committed to creating content that uses comedy to bring culture to the community. They’re the creators of “Smart Funny & Black Live!” and “Smart Funny & Black In Da Crib”, the all-star rated podcast “Small Doses”, as well as Amanda Seales’ comedy series “Get Your Life” and “Views From Amandaland.” Amanda is a …

Black Girls Create

Black Girls Create

Black Girls Create is a unique intersectional hub, founded in 2015, for Black creators and critical fandom. Through substantive but easily accessible content, they encourage fans to celebrate and critique pop culture while also advocating for and contributing to the increased media representation of Black folks specifically, and people of color in general. Find Black …

As It Should Be podcast title

As It Should Be

As It Should Be with Thamarrah Jones is a weekly podcast interview series for people who are actively learning and unlearning their role in upholding systems that hurt people, people who wish we’d care about each other’s experiences more often. Thamarrah interviews the people remaking the world as it should be to discuss the role …

Portrait of Durand Bernarr standing in front of a row of bright windows in the wall of a white room. He's a young-looking black man wearing a distressed-fabric vest and trousers.

Durand Bernarr

Durand Bernarr is a singer, songwriter, producer, skater, actor and host. He describes his sound as “one-part Little Richard, one-part Rick James, plus a heavy dash of powerhouse vocals & witty lyrical storytelling,” and himself as, “your favorite singer’s favorite singer.” Durand’s 2020 self-titled album DUR& debuted at the #1 spot on the Apple Music R&B …

Headshot of Jade Fox, a young black woman with short hair, wearing an orange long-sleeved short and smiling comfortably.

Jade Fox

Jade Fox creates LGBT lifestyle and entertainment that’s comedic surrounding pop culture, entertainment, and gay culture. Topics include “Reviewing Every Netflix Original Television Series I Watched in 2021,” “Reacting to Lesbian Glow Ups,” “Reacting to *ACTUALLY GOOD* Lesbian TikToks,” “The Problem with Androgyny. We Got Scammed,” and more. Find Jade Fox online: Patreon Twitter YouTube …

The Comics Beat

The Comics Beat

The Comics Beat is an award-winning news site covering the worlds of comics, graphic novels, manga, anime, film, TV, toys, conventions, and the rest of the pop culture world that spins out of the imagination of comics and their creators. It features news, interviews, reviews, opinion, on the scene reporting, and much more, from a …

Photo of writer and teacher K. Tempest Bradford wearing a t-shirt that reads, "Say the F-word Feminist"

K Tempest Bradford

K Tempest Bradford is a writer, podcaster, teacher and activist. She writes Afrofuturist and AfroRetroFuturist fiction for kids and adults that reflects her multiple identities, including her Blackness and Queerness. Her short stories have been published in magazines such as Strange Horizons and Electric Velocipede and anthologies such as Sunspot Jungle and In The Shadow …

Photo of Ahsante Bean standing holding her camera with her hand on her hip, with her name to the left and "Be your best self. Social awareness. Self care. Personal growth."

Ahsante Bean

Ahsante Bean is a multimedia storyteller helping you to move consciously and creatively through life. She publishes YouTube videos to help you do well, be well, act thoughtfully, and make your day a little brighter. She’s dedicated to uplifting marginalized voices, with videos covering intersectionality, allyship, and highlighting the experiences of women of color. Ahsante has been …

Starlight City Entertainment

Starlight City Entertainment

Starlight City Entertainment is the independent self-publishing comics imprint for works authored and created by Shaun B., aka the Starlight City Project. Shaun B. is a West Indian American writer from the Northeastern U.S. His first published title, R:ILPERSONA, debuted online in June of 2015, and is serialized as a popular weekly webcomic on its …

Fiq the Signifier

F.D Signifire

F.D Signifire produces video essays analyzing black media and movies while saying so much more. With titles like “Why Wonder Woman 1984 Has A White Feminism Problem,” “Action And The Impossible White Man Trope,” “Why We Need To End The Myth About The Gay Agenda To Destroy Black Men,” and one of his most well-known …


BlackComicsChat Podcast

BlackComicsChat Podcast is Grace Gipson, Thelonious Legend, Marcus Kwame Anderson, Leo Faierman, and Anthony Otero. They broadcast live on Twitter and Twitch, showcasing the work of marginalized creators (along with some “rando Twitch stuff”). The Black Comics Chat first started out as a Twitter Chat in 2014 before becoming a podcast in 2015, featuring interviews …

For All Nerds Show

For All Nerds

For All Nerds is the “Voice Of The Urban Geek.” Hosted by DJ Benhameen and Tatiana King Jones, ForAlNerdsShow welcomes guests from every corner of entertainment. They strive to provide a platform for and uplift people of color in pop and geek culture. From film and tv, to anime, wrestling, horror and more–the FAN team …