Megan Thee Stallion

Megan Thee Stallion Launches “Thee Don’t Stop Scholarship” for Women of Color

Megan Thee Stallion is so hot in music right now that we sometimes forget this girl is still working on her college degree herself. She knows all too well the struggle of being in school, particularly during this coronavirus pandemic. So the rapper is giving back to female students of color with a special scholarship…

Dwayne Johnson

Dwayne Johnson Partners With Acorns To Make Special Investment For High School Grad

Dwayne Johnson has partnered with investment app Acorns to make a surprise investment for a new high school grad from Florida. A young woman by the name of Lorraine Angelakos wrote Dwayne a touching letter, asking him to speak at her high school graduation before things shut down due to COVID. Lorraine, a high school graduate…

Cartier Carey

Eleven-Year-Old Donates Over 22,000 Diapers To Single Moms From Lemonade Stand Money

Since the coronavirus hit, there has been a shortage of different items across the country. When a young boy from Hampton, Virginia, noticed that diapers were on that list, at least in his area, he was determined to help. In a story shared by Good Morning America, 11-year-old Cartier Carey has been raising money this…

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga and the Born This Way Foundation Launches Third Annual #BeKind21 Campaign

Lady Gaga and her nonprofit organization, the Born This Way Foundation, has announced the return of the #BeKind21 campaign, encouraging people across the globe to participate in random acts of kindness. Inspired by the idea that habits are formed by repeating an activity for 21 consecutive days, from September 1st to September 21st, the campaign…

Serlina Boyd Faith

Mother/Daughter Duo Launches First Magazine in the UK for Black Girls To Inspire Them

This is true hustle and purpose right here! A mom and daughter in the UK have created their own magazines, the firsts to celebrate black girls and boys in the region. Serlina Boyd and her six-year-old daughter Faith noticed that publications that they picked up regularly lacked diversity. Faith wanted to read magazines as a…