A collection of the best bloggers (and video bloggers) from around the world. Discussions range from self defense, travel, financial freedom, black culture, black lives matter, fashion, entertainment and education! Visit our full directory here.
Lomena is the host of The Graux, a show covering topics including cooking, sports and, of course, cannabis. Lomena, brother to MSNBC correspondent Joy-Ann Reid, started a talk show to help normalize conversations surrounding cannabis.
Conscientious look at the American history, community and lifestyle of people in the gun community. It’s family friendly, and created to inspire, educate and entertain. It has since 2007.
I began practicing Money Yoga because I have more wants and needs than money. Then I quickly realized I can’t keep this to myself! There are too many folks out there like me with too much month left at the end of the money.
It can be hard to find consistent, real-woman fashion content on YouTube if you’re not a baby, teen, or millennial. Karen Blanchard’s channel offers something for the woman of style who knows Fashion Nova or Forever 21 are not her cup of tea.
Oneika gives you a fun, diverse adventure in her vlogs. She’s traveled to almost 90 countries on six continents, according to her channel, and her vlogs don’t skimp on the tips, the details, and the advice for world treks.
An online publication featuring two best friends and passionistas creating the definitive source for natural hair, fashion, health, lifestyle, music and arts & culture while living in NYC.
She knows how to make a thrift-store find look chic, and has a simple, clean aesthetic. Her vlogs don’t bombard you with endorsements and trendy clichés, and her candid style when describing her fashion picks
This duo, who had their own show on Vice and Complex TV, offers hilarious banter and engaging dialogue on the latest news in politics, sports, and entertainment.
If you love interior decor or just need some ideas for your next home makeover, check out Nikki. She gives you Martha Stewart with a dash of Oprah-esque Black Girl Magic in offering tips on organization and design.
LiveLifeWell is a lifestyle blog for the well dressed, well educated, and well traveled. Allison Mathis Jones shares her experiences as a basketball wife, avid world traveler, and fashionista to inspire others and to help them plan fabulous SLAYcation
We are the PREMIER natural hair care and lifestyle magazine! We started in 2005 to promote a positive self image of African-American women and men choosing to wear their hair naturally. We are dedicated to celebrating and developing the NAPTURAL YOU!
Cook Mix Mingle serves up South Florida events, food and cocktail recipes, while exploring local and international arts & culture.
HANNAH is an unapologetic celebration of and safe space for Black women in the form of a growing community, a biannual custom publication, and an online presence.
Beautifully photographed, brilliantly written, printed and perfect bound; CRWNMAG is 130 pages of your hair culture and lifestyle, published quarterly. Thumb through it and see the diversity of Black hair — and find yourself there.
Operating on the adage that “Bodies are built in the kitchen, sculpted in the gym,” this channel offers yummy, healthy dishes and lifestyle content for women and men who want to live at their best. It also helps that the host is motivated…
For Harriet is an online community for women of African ancestry. We encourage women, through storytelling and journalism, to engage in candid, revelatory dialogue about the beauty and complexity of Black womanhood.
Feeling trendy? Trindency keeps you up to date on all the latest trends, literature news, and what’s happening in the cinematography business!
This vlogger’s been offering her spunky and eloquent take on African American culture before it was popular on YouTube. She continues to inspire and make you think with her vlogs, offering fresh, fun, and smart prospectives.
Each piece is inspired by my inner desire given by God to motivate you to feel and be the beautiful creature you were meant to be! Religious themes, the arts, going green, motherhood, cause awareness, and sorority/organizational jewelry; we do it all
For all the married couples out there, get your financial fitness fix here. The chemistry between these two is undeniable and they share money tips that will make you want to invite them to the next marriage ministry potluck.
The Weed Show is a daily series hosted by Charlo Greene. You may remember her as the Alaskan news anchor who quit while live on air with the now infamous words “Fuck It, I Quit.”
This channel is run by a scuba diver and pilot who hosted her own travel segment on YouTube called “Kellee Set Go” and has now become a correspondent with the Travel Channel. She shares content from her latest adventures on the show and features…
A YouTube superstar, Aina had humble beginnings and continues to share her love and life experiences via keep-it-real beauty and conversational vlogs. She also incorporates her Nigerian heritage, one of which she is proud.
Whether it’s explaining what modern-day anarchy is or the military ban on transgenders, this vlogger doesn’t pull any punches, offering opinions that will have you thinking or at least Googling to expand your understanding.
She’s fun, energetic, and raw, giving viewers a sense that she’s the girl next door who everyone loves for her take on a variety of subjects from love to investing (bitcoin, anyone?), style, and everyday life hacks.
Bougiemama is a lifestyle blog that hopes to share research-based information about parenting and family life, in an approachable way. Topics covered include: breastfeeding, cloth diapering, babywearing, marriage, home ownership, and recipes…
A Nigerian Brit, she’s another young woman who went from smartphone YouTube faux pas in the early days to superstardom, with more than 2 million subscribers today, influencer deals with brands including Diet Coke, and she even landed the cover…
Once known for her larger-than-life natural curls, she recently took a major brand leap, doing a big chop and refocusing her efforts on self-exploration, spirituality, and travel. The name definitely fits the bill: Each breath-of-fresh-air vlog…
A curvy fashionista, Ambrose redefines what plus-sized fashion has to be. Her vlogs are positive, classy, and sleek, offering curvy sistas options to put together looks that slay.
We create colorful, unique, images with uplifting, encouraging, and empowering messages. We specialize in natural hair art, custom logos, Kidz Fun Portrait Paintings™, and other original artwork for individuals as well as businesses.
EstroHaze is a multi-media platform that provides cannabis business, lifestyle, and career resources tailored to women of color.
If you’ve always loved short hair, this is the channel for you. From interviews with beauty industry leaders to celebrity features to how-to inspirations for your next new cut, you’ll love what these women have to offer.
Sue-Ann Gordon is a down-to-earth Jamaican beauty who starts all her vlogs with the most passion-pumping motivational moments along with beauty and fashion looks to inspire young girls of the Caribbean. And you’ll love checking in to vlogs…
She’s a full-time traveler and teacher who offers vlogs off the beaten path of the usual Caribbean, Middle Eastern, or African leisure locales common among African American vacationers. She gives a real look into life in Asia for a woman of color.
If you want to know how to become a creative entrepreneur or how to create content that will help your business progress, this is a great channel to tap into. Blake talks salesmanship, business plans, building a social media following, and much more.
Tiffany Aliche provides doable tips and offers budget plans for anyone wanting to find financial freedom. Her receipts: She overcame a home foreclosure and an investment that cost her tens of thousands of dollars to boost her credit score…
Welcome to my world! My names Theodore Hoffman, Entrepreneur, Pioneer, Motivator and Friend that’s willing to share ups and downs of lifestyles and businesses so you can gain knowledge and live a great life.
The most entertaining DIY’er you ever E-Met. A.V. is a lifestyle content creator living in Bed Stuy “Do or DIY” Brooklyn, NY that may or may not moonlight as a part time rap star. Luckily, she has developed other skills.
Blossom is a digital streaming network dedicating to creating feel-good programming to empower women of color.
The first time I truly felt free was on a trip to Dubai. I explored the city without a care in the world, and the experience left a lasting impression on me.
We’re a community of Brown women, living under a new societal roof built with our collective beauty, vision and individuality. This is where Brown women are changing the conversation about beauty.
Eleksie Noir is about black fashion industry coverage. The intention of the blog is to give room for Africans & African American designers, models, photographers and style influence’s work to be showcased and get recognized on a worldwide platform.
Bright, bubbly, and explorative, this Haitian beauty loves to share her hair, fashion, and travel experiences with a wide smile and a sophisticated style inspired by her Caribbean roots.
This young boss used to shoot videos on her phone before YouTube became the money-making platform it is today. Now she’s grown into a full brand, with more than 600,000 subscribers and an in-demand hair line and beauty salon.
A self-professed “adventure junkie,” Atanmo gives honest insights on traveling while black to countries including Germany and Bangkok, and she also offers budgeting tips for aspiring nomads and production tips for those who want to document…
For beard enthusiasts, this channel is like having your own personal barber. You can find tutorials, tips on products and men’s grooming, and even some style features.
This channel, hosted by a personal trainer and coach, features workouts and honest conversations about women’s health issues, including miscarriage, fitness while pregnant, and weight loss.
Oftentimes you see beauty tutorials that feature lighter complexions for trying out the latest trends, but Ms. Tang changes the game for chocolate sistas who want to know how to use the latest products for their skin tone.
This channel’s “Millennial in Debt” series is entertaining and relatable. You can also find tips on how to pay off your student loan. (She’s done that to the tune of $85,000.)