17 Must-Read Black Women Bloggers

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techwomanBuilding a successful blog takes passion and dedication. The process doesn’t happen overnight, and often great blogs undergo many transformations until they find their niche. We recognize the importance of women creating our own spaces online. These bloggers offer exceptional content in their respective niches.

Yoli of Yoli’s Green Living – Going green doesn’t have to be painful or expensive. Yoli provides helpful tips on healthy, environmentally conscious living. She’s a black woman working to dispel the myth that myth that green living is for white folks. It works for us, too.

Alexandria and Whitney of Sporty Afros – Black women do work out, and we maintain healthy, manageable hair. The creators of Sporty Afros set out to tear down invisible barriers between Black women and great health. Their blog empowers women who wish to keep their bodies and their hair healthy at once.

Sherrell of Organic Beauty Vixen – Sherrell documents her journey to living an eco-friendly, chic lifestyle on her blog. With her guidance, women learn how to avoid toxic beauty products and rediscover their natural beauty.

CeCe of The Big Girl Blog –  tackles life as plus-sized woman from all angles. No, this isn’t a weight loss blog though CeCe leads her readers in fitness challenges. This is an honest account of woman who isn’t hiding a thing.

Folake of StylePantry – In the seemingly overcrowded world of fashion blogging, Folake is rising to the top. Style Pantry features interviews on industry folks, street style, lookbooks, campaigns and haute finds. In addition, Editor, Folake regularly updates her daily looks, sharing tips and secrets on where/how to shop bargains and vintage treasures.

Trudy of Gradient Lair- Writer and culture critic Trudy uses her incisive voice to explore sociopolitical issues from a firm womanist stance. In each blog post, Trudy forces her readers to reconsider their own views with her brilliant writing.

Mia of Black Girl Dangerous – Black Girl Dangerous seeks to, in as many ways possible, amplify the voices, experiences and expressions of queer and trans* people of color. Writer Mia McKenzie leads the endeavor with revealing and insightful cultural commentary…

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