If you were lucky enough to grow up in the eighties (where my 80’s babies at?) or even the seventies (the 70’s had all the great fashion!) then you know how much of a phenomenon Star Trek once was. Everyone you knew back then either had a parent or an auntie or uncle who wasContinue reading “Rest In Power #NichelleNichols: The Original #BlackWoman in #Tech!”
Good morning! It’s Hump Day Wednesday here at #BrooklynGirlCode™ and we all can use something to pick us up! I first heard Tems‘ voice last summer on Wiz Kid‘s 2021 summer smash “Essence.” When you first hear her voice it is undoubtedly one that rings in your ear long after the song is done playing. WithContinue reading “#GoodMorning from #BrooklynGirlCode™ ☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️”
If it’s one thing that you’ll learn while listening to a song by The Notorious B.I.G., it’s exactly where he was from. The late Brooklyn legend made sure that whomever was listening to his music knew that Brooklyn, N.Y.C. was his home! May 21st marks the 50th birthday of Christopher Wallace known to the worldContinue reading “#NYC Celebrates #TheNotoriousBIG on His #50th Birthday with Series of Special Events!”
#BrooklynGirlCode™ weekend recap from all this past week’s top news events.
Muslims all over the world are observing Eid al-Fitr on May 2, 2022.
I’m so happy the Creator made me a WOMAN!!
“In the whole world you know, there’s a million boys and girls who are young, gifted and Black. And that’s a fact!” -Nina Simone It was the summer of 1969. Singer/songwriter Nina Simone was at the height of her career. Simone was performing at the Harlem Cultural Festival in New York City and decided toContinue reading “#BrooklynGirlCode™ #TBT’s: Nina Simone’s “To Be Young Gifted and Black!””
You know the vibes … #NowBlasting🎶 #MovedToMiami #RoddyRich #LilBaby #HipHop #GoodMorning from #BrooklynGirlCode™ ☕️☕️☕️.
Today marks the 84th party of Black Panther Party founder, political activist Bobby Seale. Bobby Seale was born in Liberty, Texas on October 22nd, 1936. The party which eventually dissolved in 1982 aimed to inform African-Americans on their civil rights and provide free food to residents in inner-city communities.