In Case You Missed It: The Must Reads You Need This Weekend

Here's what your missed or just need to see again

Just in case you’ve been too caught up with life, or perhaps readjusting to the devastation of Trump’s America, here’s a roundup of some of the best articles we published on BlackEnterprise.com over the last few days. Plus, as a special bonus, we included some must-read and watch content from around the web as well. Enjoy!

 

Black History Has Nothing to Do With White People

 

Newsflash Mike Pence: Black history encompasses more than just slavery and “white saviors”

 

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Instead of celebrating the contributions of African Americans in honor of Black History Month, Vice President Mike Pence’s tweet reveals his ignorance on the topic. Click here to read more.

 


 

 

4 Wealthy Habits of Super Savers

 

They always seem to have enough to meet their needs, even though they may make less money than you do

 

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People don’t become super savers by luck, but by adopting very specific money habits, financial behaviors that you can also use to get the same results. Read more here.


 

Natural Hair Hurts Black Women in the Workplace

 

A new study proves women of color with natural hairstyles face the most biases

 

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According to a study, white women have the strongest bias against textured hair, rating it as less beautiful and professional compared to straight hair. Click here to read more.

 


via The Huffington Post

11 James Baldwin Quotes on Race That Resonate Now More Than Ever

 

“No label, no slogan, no party, no skin color, and no religion is more important than the human being.”

 

James Baldwin (Image: Getty)

 

On Friday, Raoul Peck’s Oscar-nominated documentary I Am Not Your Negro will be released in theaters. The film, narrated in part by Samuel L. Jackson, is comprised entirely of the writings and recordings of James Baldwin, the great author and civil rights activist. Click here to read more via The Huffington Post.


Kids Address Alternative Facts for Black History Month

 

Because kids say the darndest things!

This YouTube video is well worth watching this weekend!