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Favorite Black Women Bloggers

A list of my favorite Black Female Bloggers. These women encompass a broad range of subject matter, and they all come from different walks of life. The one thing they all have in common is that they bring quality content to the Blogosphere.

A list of my favorite Black Female Bloggers. These women span a broad range of subject matter, and they all come from different walks of life. The one thing they all have in common is that they bring quality content to the Blogosphere.

 

NappyNaturalGirl: A personal friend of mine, Aisha Adams dishes out helpful information about her life as a vegan, a homeschooling parent, and her strong socio-political viewpoints. She is a seasoned writer and she has used her creative talents to write several books. Check out her blog at www.nappynaturalgirl.com.

LindsayWittaA: This young lady is a brave soul. She pours her heart out to her readers as she shares intimate details about her long term battle against depression. She writes fearlessly about the perils of navigating through life with the burden of a mental disorder. As a consumer of a mental disorder, she encourages her audience by continually striving to be a good mother, and live a wholesome life inspite of her condition.  Lindsayis also a YouTube vlogger. You can find her blog at www.lindsaywittaa.com

JustSynetta: This beautiful woman writes eloquently about the days when she was crippled with fear. She was afraid to live, afraid to dream, afraid to be herself. One day she decided to step out of the box and share her “butterfly feelings” with the world. Today she writes a lifestyle blog where she focus on her life, fashion, and food. You can find Synetta at www.butterfliesinmystomach.com

Amani Jackson: Amani is a multi-talented woman. She is an author and Editor-In-Chief of Queendom Magazine. I’ve recently had the honor of having an article appear in this new, captivating online magazine. She is one of Kay’s Faves because she has successfully created a space where a wide range of issues and topics relevant to the community of African-American Women can be discussed and dissected. I use her magazine as a one-stop-resource for topics ranging for beauty and fashion to health and politics. Become apart of the Queendom today.

 

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