The event held at Thirty65, showcased local black women owned businesses. I attended the event with fellow Black Bloggers Chicago members and my daughter. Every vendor and every artist were Black Women Owned Businesses. The jam packed event held a variety of vendors with quality products and services catering to Black Women. I met so many black women entrepreneurs and artists that were located right here in Chicago that I had never heard of. I was thrilled to grab jewelry from Beautiful Fluff, hair and skin products from Classy Curlies and even enjoy some amazing food by black owned caterers and desert vendors. I literally had a Jerk Chicken and Shrimp Alfredo that made me want to do cartwheels!!! It was so good! To be in a room with so many beautiful black women, networking, connecting and supporting one another was such a beautiful display. There was an abundance of #BlackGirlMagic in the building!Read More
Today, Meet Black Bloggers Chicago Member, Christa Carter-Williams!!
The Williams Party is a lifestyle, family and design blog that combines her love for her family and party decor. She blogs about the things that helps her navigate her real life motherhood journey in hopes that it will help her fellow SAHM, WAHM, mom bosses and every other kind of momma out there.Read More
Today, Meet Black Bloggers Chicago Member, Anthony Ellis McGee!!
Anthony Ellis McGee is an entrepreneur, blogger and author of the award-winning novel of Under the Same Roof. His blog AEM High Productions is written to encourage others to aim higher and inspire.Read More
(Chicago, IL, December 2018) Black Bloggers Chicago was created with the belief that content creators of color have influence and impact on the culture. Through connecting, education, events and networking, Black Bloggers Chicago will support and assist Black Content Creators from Chicago and the Chicagoland area in the building and development of their blogs, providing educational resources and to connecting content creators to brands to form long lasting and mutually beneficial partnershipsRead More