Bianca Bee is a spunky 20 year old who has interned for Oprah Winfrey, LionsGate, BET, Paramount Pictures, Sony and the executive producer and host of her very own show entitled ‘The Bianca Bee Show’. The Bianca Bee Show is a popular web series that features the latest celebrities in a positive outlook, fashion & networking advice for upcoming generation. At the young age of seventeen, Bianca Bee moved from Detroit, Michigan to sunny Los Angeles, California to study film. Only three years later, this fresh faced and sassy 20 year old is working on her very show titled ‘The Bianca Bee Show’. In addition to her television hosting experience, Bianca has also interned at Oprah Winfrey Network,Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures, After Dark Films, Dark Child Records, Pensado’s Place and BET Awards. With Bianca’s vivaciousness, enthusiasm, and ultimate professionalism, this is only the very beginning of a successful television career in the future.
The thing I love most about being a woman is accepting that I am not perfect and that all women have the same insecurities. I used to always look up to other women and wish I were like them. But I’m learning that I am me and I love being me.
Definitely periods (giggles). Periods are the worse and they can see why we bee so moody!!!
One thing I wish women would do more of is looking up to women of substance. Now a days women look up to gold diggers, girls on instagram and just women with no substance and just using their looks for fame. One thing I wish women would do less of is trying to impress one another by buying things they can’t really afford.
I look up to Oprah Winfrey and Tyra Banks. I look up to them because they both struggled and became icons of their generation. They are hard workingwomen who remained consistent and didn’t care about the business decisions that they made. They always went with their gut feeling and I respect them for that.
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TEACH THEM THEIR PAST, GUIDE THEIR PRESENT, PREPARE THEIR FUTURE.
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The 2015 Oscars brought about many trends and among those trends were the fabulous nude gowns! From Viola Davis in Zac Posen to Zoe Saldana in Versace, even Oprah joined the trend in Vera Wang. While these labels may cost a pretty penny you can still join this trend. Thanks to the online retailer ASOS, you can score an equally fabulous gown for a fraction of the price! Have a special event coming up? Try the nude trend for yourself without breaking the bank. Pair this trend with a metallic shoe and clutch and your good to go!
Common and John Legend for Best Original Song,”Glory” from one of the greatest 2015 Movies this far, Selma. While accepting their award, Common and John Legend took the opportunity to protest numerous problems in society that remain far from resolved 50 years after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s march from Selma to Montgomery.
Common said the bridge Dr. King and his protestors marched across is no longer just a symbol for Civil Rights, it’s a symbol for discrimination based on “race, gender, religion, sexual orientation and social status. This is for the kid from the South Side of Chicago to those in France standing up for freedom of expression to those in Hong Kong protesting for democracy.”
“Nina Simone said it’s an artist duty to reflect the times we’re in,” Legend said. “Selma is now because the struggle for justice is right now. We live in the most incarcerated country in the world. There are more black men under correctional control today than there were in slavery in 1850.”
If you had any doubts to what John Legend said, take a look at this chart retrieved from Feb. 2014.
As phenomenal as their performance was, their speech was even more moving. Thank you Kings, we honor you.
Digital Influencers Recreate Legendary Images of Black History Icons in #WEAREBLACKHISTORY
Ferguson was burning and #BlackLivesMatter protests were sweeping the nation when Alexis Felder came to Christina Brown and me with an idea. She wanted to put a spotlight on the positive figures galvanizing our communities—people whose sole aim was to be treated with dignity and humanity, much like the legendary men and women who marched in Selma. And she wanted to do it by paying homage to our painful yet triumphant history.
#WeAreBlackHistory was born.The powerful photo series features some of today’s top digital influencers, recreating legendary images of black history icons. It’s as much a tribute to pioneers of yore as it is a celebration of the young women making a difference today. “The We Are Black History movement was created to honor our history,” Alexis said, “but also to foster a sense of unity among powerful black women voices in the digital space.” It’s the brainchild of Style Influencers Group, a network we founded to connect brands with influencers of color who are typically passed over in favor of their white counterparts. We hope both projects will give a voice to people who too often go ignored.