Category: Instagram

Black Travel Influencers to Follow on Instagram

The world is experiencing a major moment of social change right now in the fight against racial injustice, and many industries are realizing that there’s much more work to be done to amplify Black voices. Historically, the travel industry has been dominated by the perspectives of white males. In March 2018, National Geographic issued an

What Is the #ShareTheMicNow Campaign on Instagram?

Image Source: Instagram user @missmoultrie “When the world listens to women, it listens to white women.” This unjust truth is precisely what inspired the creation of the #ShareTheMicNow campaign. The initiative, which is taking over social media on June 10, centers on Black women speaking from the Instagram accounts of white women with large followings

21 Black Dermatologists to Follow on Instagram

Dermatologists are a wealth of knowledge. From unique skin conditions to acne, hair loss, skin cancer prevention, cosmetic procedures, and so much more — dermatologists should be your go-to for any and all skin-care related questions. Thanks to social media, we are no longer limited to just getting professional skin-care advice within the walls of

Black Makeup Artists to Follow on Instagram

We look to celebrities for beauty inspiration a lot, but you shouldn’t forget about the artists behind some of the most iconic looks we’ve seen in films, on television, and on red carpets. Much like your favorite beauty brands and influencers, professional makeup artists deserve recognition too, especially Black artists who are wildly underrepresented in

Storm Reid’s Best Stay Home Outfits on Instagram

I can’t be the only one who has watched Storm Reid noshing on her toast in a blue floral Aritzia top, jamming out to “If It Isn’t Love” by New Edition 1,427 times. Someone else is with me, right?! The 16-year-old Euphoria actress, activist, and “fashionista,” as she calls herself, currently has one million followers

Black Women Taking Action to End Racism on Instagram

People around the world are protesting after the recent killings of George Floyd, Atatiana Jefferson, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, shining a long overdue spotlight on the racism our country has been experiencing since before its inception. It’s important now and always that we all take action against racism, whether we’re within the Black community