This Week in BlackGirlMagic What It IS!

This Week in BlackGirlMagic What It IS!

This week in BlackGirlMagic…

Personally, I love #BlackGirlMagic because I remember growing up in Minnesota, wanting to be white. By the way, that did not last long. Later in 8th grade as I was planning on picking my high school, I attended this program called Black Achievers and the girls in there were brilliant and beautiful. I remember them saying, “I go to North, in the smart people’s magnet” and I fell in love with going to the school because of their magic, not in their looks but how they valued education, how they were confident and their love for their blackness.

I am so thrilled to watch so many Black women and girls tap into their greatness which I believe is their magic. I love watching the black women entrepreneurs, writers, bloggers, actors, teachers, singers, dancers and more. These women know that BlackGirlMagic is more than their their physical attributes but their looks is just icing on that amazing cake. Go ahead ladies,,, have your cake and eat it too!

This past week we had an article floating around from Elle talking about my problem with #BlackGirlMagic and I saw a lot of disappointed women out there and rightfully so!

So to recap the week, I wanted to bring together some amazing # BlackGirlMagic circulating the web!


Dr. Foyekemi Ikyaator

this brilliant 31 year old Black ER doctor will be having a ceremony today to celebrate the opening of Life Savers Emergency Room located 17685 Tomball Parkway. This is amazing. Read more here.Life Savers

Michelle Obama slaying at the last State of the Union for President Obama.

Michelle Obama

I am very sad, and will be crying when he leaves office. This will be me



These beautiful intelligent Twin Sisters- Judges! Yep… Brains and Beauty. Alabama Prosecutor Joins Twin Sister As District Court Judge

Identical Twin

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Marisa Dick, who has a patented a gymnastic move has landed her a spot in the history books!

#BlackGirlMagic: Model Mala Bryan Creates Line Of Natural Hair Dolls

Shutting down the myth of Single Black Women in the Dating Scene

Please, after living in Dallas, TX for a month… I have seen so many black families… MARRIED with KIDS… 🙂 Keep hope alive!

It’s time to end media myths about Black women in relationships.Like ATTN: on Facebook.

Posted by ATTN: on Saturday, January 9, 2016


These amazing reaction/reflection blog posts: 

From ColorLines:  The Real Problem With the #BlackGirlMagic Backlash is That You’re Missing the Point

From EliteDaily:    Why #BlackGirlMagic Makes Me Proud To Be A Black Woman In 2016


From BougieblackBlogger: BlackGirlMagic What It Isn’t

From TheIndependent UK :   Elle Magazine is wrong to call out #BlackGirlMagic

From TeenVogue by way of Blavity:  Why the World Actually Needs #BlackGirlMagic



Some amazing women that embody #BlackGirlMagic

What does BLACKGIRLMAGIC mean to you….

Jasmine Saunders 

Big Hair Never Cared

“Big Hair; Never Cared” find her on Instagram @jazminracquel

Staci Tyson


Live Life Naturally from

Giesel Arnold


When you are called for your higher purpose, stay focused and zoned in to the one thing that will make the biggest impact. success is straight ahead!

Angel Wilson


When your passion is fashion, you begin stitching together your future!

Ericka Thornton


When you don’t look like what you’ve been through, or what you’re going through 🙂

Talia Foster


100% Empowered  from




You are only as great as you feel!


Shayla From

Aldininika Dijon Kelly

Be You & Stay True

Shantel Turner-Collins


Embracing that mommy power to pass it on to my daughter!!

Kristina Williams


“You are a diamond, they can’t break you.”

Auneetuh Aloys


I always clench my jaw even though I know I shouldn’t ☺

Prima Javiah


Find her on IG @TheRealJaviah

Ashley Kay


Your STRUGGLE does NOT define YOU

So what does #BlackGirlMagic mean to you? It is beautiful, it is brilliance, it is confidence, it is our whole self! Don’t ever let anyone tell you different!

You rock ladies! Keep up the magic…

Thank you!

Peace and Blessings,

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  • Loved seeing these beautiful black business women being featured here. So uplifting and inspiring. Mothers with tears of joy seeing her baby girl on here. Angel Wilson. Thank you so much!

  • There’s nothing more beautiful and powerful than a black woman full of magic and power who’s ready to take on the world!!! Love it!!!!!

  • Thank you Cicely, this post is awesome!

  • Great blog post we have to keep this conversation alive for ourselves, our sisters and our daughters

  • Black Girl Magic is loving yourself unconditionally and remaining unbothered by how much it scares folks! 🙂