Omeretta The Great: Sorry Not Sorry & Standing Ten Toes Down On Not Following Trends By K. Amara

For about a month now, the entire Atlanta and Metro-Atlanta area has been in a tizzy. Why? Well, in case you’ve been under a rock, Atlanta-native, Omeretta The Great pulled people’s cards and gave everyone a brief yet concise geography lesson that has had the entire city in an uproar with the release of Sorry Not Sorry. Here at BWNC, we are unapologetic, and Omeretta is equally unapologetic for reminding folks to rep where they’re from. The Great took time and pulled up last week to chop it up with…

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,…

Access By Larry L. Miller

Let’s talk about access. Imagine everyone you know having 24/7 access to you. How annoying would that be? Well, in an era where we have calls, texts, social media, DMs, email, facetime, and other mechanisms, everyone you know kind of does have constant access to you. If you don’t put boundaries into place, the world can be a free-for-all of people reaching you.     Now imagine the amount of people you know multiplied thousands of times. It would be unbearable to have that many people being able to reach you…

Cultural Capital By Larry L. Miller

There’s a term you may or may not be aware of- cultural capital. Some may interchange this term with cultural currency. But what is it? What does it refer to? How do you get it? What can you do with it? Allow me to try to shed some light on this topic as best I can. UrbanDictionary.com defines cultural capital as “Knowledge gained from a wide array of experiences that one has gained through the course of thier life, thus enabling them to succeed more so than someone from a…

Jobs for the People: Black With No Chaser Announces New Partnership with GAIN POWER

GAIN Power, the premier platform for progressive political professionals and organizations servicing over 3,000 employers and more than 50,000 individuals, is excited to announce a new partnership with Black With No Chaser, the hottest new multimedia platform on Black culture, reaching over 39 million people a month and has a collective following of 500,000 and counting. Our partnership will bring you new events and programs over the next few months, focusing on leveraging our unique communities for mutual benefit by exposing new Black talent to progressive political professional opportunities and helping…