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Check out Badass Black Girl in these web series 

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Set in South Florida, Badass Black Girl (the vlog) is the uplifting vlog every Black woman needs to find comfort in the miracle within her own skin and conquer the world. It celebrates the beauty, strength, and vibrancy of Black women. Moving in a counter-current to the constant barrage of toxic media messages that degrade, dehumanize, and belittle Black women and girls, Badass Black Girl (the vlog) showcases successful leaders, their achievements, struggles and sisterhood. We’ve been through it all: dating, sex, marriage, divorce, children—all while building careers in the maelstrom surrounding us. We invite our viewers to fulfill their dreams for a badass future of their own design by learning how we got through it all. Join the provocative, unflinching, maybe uncomfortable, but definitely inspiring conversations focused on Blackness and womanhood.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MJ Fievre is the Badass Black Girl. Read her bio here.

Mahalia Solages’ fiction has been published by Kalyani Magazine, Momaya Press, and Almond Press; it's also appeared in a trilingual anthology So Spoke The Earth and at Writing Raw. Also a playwright, her play, A Tale Of Two Mommies was featured in Miami at the Centro Cultural de Espana. She is the author of two children’s picture books. She lives in Fort Lauderdale. Follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/mahaliaS. She blogs at https://www.show-up-differently.com/.

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Set in South Florida, Comic Sans is a comedic web series that chronicles the drama that ensues when a geeky Irish-American artist and a nerdy Haitian-American writer enroll the help of their creative friends to break into the comic book world. Comic Sans is about a group of 30-somethings navigating love, work, money, art, and race. Think The Office meets The Guild. The first season will be five episodes long.

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In a world known for its 24/7 connectivity, nine-year old Imane and her auntie MJ (the Badass Black Girl) might actually need to try a little harder to stay in touch. I Asked Imane is about family, affection, and connection during times of isolation.

© 2019 by MJ Fievre