I’m Just Like Cheslie Kryst: The Battle Between Millennial Black Women and Depression

By: J. Shayla White, Esq. Hearing about Cheslie Kryst’s death impacted me more than I was willing to publicly say before today. I remember watching her win Miss USA in 2019 while I was still in law school. I smiled watching all the celebrations around her victory. I felt even more connected to her when I learned she was a lawyer. Here she was just like me and she had won Miss USA. She was a black woman, close to my age, and an attorney. A black woman, a millennial,…

Wash Wars, The Competitive Car Detailing Show: Tapping In With Creator Bentley Brandon

The love of cars is a consistent aspect of Black Culture in America.  The ’60s were all about muscle cars, the ’70s brought the love of big body models like the Lincoln Continental, Rolls-Royce, and Cadillac, while the 80s were all about I-Roc Zs, Corvettes, and Mustangs which carried over into the 90s.  The 90s was all about SUVs like Tahoes, Suburbans, and Jeeps along with a greater interest in foreign cars like Mercedes-Benz. However, the era that had held on the strongest was the early 2000s which introduced us…