BLACK & TRANSCENDENT
“Whether in real or imagined spaces, Black people thrive through our creativity, our brazen resilience and resistance to injustice, as well as our love for sekf. Being Black has been both magical and tragic. It's hard to explain but its so deeply felt.” - Adebukola Ajao
Bringing human life into this world, as frequent as it is, is nothing short of a miracle. For Black mothers that miracle often turns into a curse. The solutions are not simple, but what is clear is that doctors and hospitals need to listen to Black women and take their pain seriously.
Brands are coming out of the woodwork to celebrate Black History Month. Some are highlighting Black businesses and leaders, commissioning Black designers to remake their products, or giving away scholarships.
Endesha Ida Mae Holland's incredible life story is one you won't often find in history books about the civil rights movement.
Hear Adebukola’s thoughts on community and why the R29 Unbothered Facebook group has become a sanctuary for everyone involved. Adebukola discovered the @r29unbothered Careers + Creatives Facebook Group while browsing LinkedIn and hasn’t looked back since.
Adebukola Ajao is a freelance writer-turned-digital media consultant, her passion for storytelling and driving awareness through powerful campaigns is fueled by her love for working on behalf of others, especially small businesses (SMB).
We reject the idea that solely the future belongs to women because we know that many aspects of the past, present and future are indebted to the work of Black women. In fact, young Black women specifically have been the catalysts for change across industries—whether it be media, beauty/fashion, tech, or entertainment.
Jun 18, 2020 — Adebukola Ajao, 26, is one of the founders of the activist group "We are the Ones." Ajao is pushing for Boston to declare Juneteenth a paid city holiday. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe
In the wake of COVID-19, jobs are harder to come by. Many businesses, especially brick and mortar locations have closed for the safety of both employees and customers. Adebukola Ajao, marketing expert and the woman behind For All Things Digital, believes it’s imperative for young people to have a deep understanding of the Internet...
Adebukola Ajao is a woman on a mission. She is a freelance writer turned digital – media entrepreneur. When Nigerian Parents caught up with Ajao in Boston Massachusetts, it was obvious that she has an impeccable work ethic.
I created Makeida’s Hands as an ode to mothers, whose hands have shaped the world, hence the duplicate fingers on one hand. This is the first piece of art that I've ever sold at A FAR CRY VISUAL ART, MUSIC & DANCE EXPERIENCE curated by Zahirah Truth Arts.