Black Women Making History: Making An Impact

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It’s Women’s History Month! And this year, I’m celebrating by sharing a few dope ass women whose work I love and who I feel are doing amazing things. This week’s focus is on women, in general, who are simply doing some amazing ish (in my opinion):

Trelani Michelle tells the life stories of our elders online and with her book “Krak Teet,” and she supports girls and women in being free with her books “Women Who Ain’t Afraid to Curse When Communicating With God” and “Girls Who Ain’t Afraid to Curse When Communicating With God.” Additionally, as a writer and editor, Trelani has helped over 1,500 people showcase their personal stories through memoirs, poetry, podcasts and visual art.

Toya Moore is the founder of NProgress Consulting and Wellness OM the Go which provides lifestyle management that comes to you (with her mobile studio) including yoga, wellness coaching, nutrition education, fitness and more.

Latoya Dixon Smith is an engineer turned boudoir and wedding photographer. Clients love her relaxed approach to photography, and her top goal is to make them feel comfortable. Latoya is also the founder of Greenville Boudoir, a high-vibe, body positive  empowering boudoir studio in Greenville, SC.

Cheyenne, also known as Kamilah KaMaat, is an intuitive spiritual advisor, certified yoga instructor, intuitive doula, Kemetic reiki practitioner, certified life coach and founder of Sankofa House Savannah LLC. This “LIGHThouse of the Community” celebrates African spirituality and Native American roots, and there, she welcomes all who are on a mission to begin again by reconnecting with their true Self.

Akilah S. Richards is passionate about mindful partnerships and conscious parenting and uses audio and written mediums to amplify the ways that unschooling in particular serves as healing grounds and liberation work for Black, Indigenous/Native and People of Color Communities. She is also the author of “Raising Free People: Unschooling as Liberation and Healing Work” and host of Fare of the Free Child Podcast.

Itiel McVay is the founder of Smell Good Spa which cares for humanity through the well-being of women and provides products for those who love to live good, feel good and smell good, wholesomely. Itiel’s whole self is given with each and every creation, and her heart calls for those devoted wives, loving mothers, and conscientious women committed to the practice of actually living their wholeness as well.

Are you a woman making an impact or know of one? Comment below!