By Akilah James
Each year, April 22nd marks International Mother Earth Day. The day re-establishes the importance of environmental protection as well as a call to fight climate change. With the climate crisis only getting worse, this year’s International Mother Earth Day focuses on the importance of biodiversity - and Covid-19 pandemic’s harsh effects on our ecosystems.
Compiled by Janica Maya
For decades now, female athletes proved to the world that they could surely change the game. For instance, Billie Jean King, best known for her winning match “Battle of the Sexes” in 1973 with former men’s champion Bobby Riggs. She revolutionized sports by paving a path for other talented athletes like Serena Williams, who won multiple grand slam singles titles than any other women or men in the Open era.
By Janica Maya
One year has passed since the Covid 19 pandemic engulfed our lives and we continue to experience the effects globally. Many people have reflected a lost year and learned more about themselves while seeking the hope of normalcy, once again.
By Janica Maya (@Janicamaya)
The beauty industry might offer many convenient options to ‘cover up’ visible blemishes we believe we have – but in reality, the industry has, for many years, successfully glossed over its many problematic flaws.
By Claudia Cheung
âEach year Canada commemorates April as National Poetry Month to celebrate the creativity and linguistic diversity of poetry.
By Nobetternina (@nobetternina)
VIBE105 recently hosted a panel discussion celebrating International Women’s Day, with VIBE’s very own female ambassadors: Danae Peart, Carrie Mullings, MC Nadzzz, Rhea Gamana, Simply Leah and nobetternina - with Fatima Husain as panel moderator.