Finale episode of She Speaks Diversity where we recap season one and discuss what is to come for season two.
Happy International Women's Day!
Had thevery creative Emily J. CEO of OVERDRESSED Chicago talk about her journey to creating her very own clothing-brand, and becoming the woman she is today.
you keep that gun in your pocket you wear my heart on your sleeve parade it around as if it was another accessory to you -accessorize, km
She Speaks Diversity meets This Muslim Girl Podcast for a conjoined podcast episode!
Happy Friday everyone! Two weeks into the new year and hopefully everyone is enjoying it so far! For the feature today, we have someone that I have admired for years. I was honored when she agreed to be a guest, this week we have the incredible Nevien Shabbneh! Nevien graduated with a bachelors degree in … Continue reading Author Nevien Shabbneh
Kanwal Memon, a fashion enthusiast, multi-media art curator, poet, and future author. She uses fashion as a way to express her individuality while still curating a platform to inspire young Muslim women to express their bodies and features the same way. Her poems speak about relationships, heartbreak, and agony while following the journey of being … Continue reading Kanwal Memon
Tell me Tell me sweet baby How did you shed the skin I caressed so graciously How could you easily strip off the skin my fingers danced upon Was it that easy to wipe the flakes of my kisses Sweet darling, I wish you saved it so I can make myself a new pair of … Continue reading reptile, km
talked with The Reminders very own, Aja Black via Skype about her career and what it means to be a diverse woman.
America's first ever hijab wearing Television anchor tells us about her journey to becoming the woman she is today.