All in Moderation! How to Maintain an Ideal Weight for Children

Growing up…I loved to EAT!  I’m from the southern Virginia and the women in my family could throw down in the kitchen!  I lived behind my grandma and within walking distance of my aunt.  The two best cooks on my dad’s side!  Usually, I ate dinner three times – at my house, my aunt’s house and my grandma’s house.  It became the norm.  As I aged, my food intake increased, as well as my weight, while my physical activity levels decreased.  During the summers, it was really bad.  Sitting around, all day, (more…)

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Who is Pamela Richardson?

Richardson, is the Founder & CEO of Images of Culture a company focused on lifting the self-esteem of African American children. Images of Culture, delivers quality school supply products with uplifting, positive graphics and messages for African-American school-aged youth. (more…)

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Passion into Profit: How One Entrepreneur Saw a Need and Filled it

Pam Richardson committed herself to filling a void by creating Images of Culture; a school supply company with a focus on creating products with positive images of African-American children.  She shared with us her toughest obstacle and greatest reward in creating inspiring images to empower our next generation. (more…)

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Images of Culture: School Supplies for Children of Color is a black woman owned business that sells school supplies for children of color.

As a young black woman who can relate to growing up in a mostly white atmosphere from age 0 to 22, I can’t remember seeing many images of black girls like me at school, on television or in magazines. (more…)

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Interview: Pam Richardson of Images of Culture!

1. What is Images of Culture and what inspired you to start it?

Images of Culture is minority-owned company that designs and manufacturers school supply products for children of color. As a 15-year veteran of corporate America, I have seen companies make executive decisions NOT to invest in multi-cultural initiatives due to perceived lack of returns. (more…)

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New African-American stationery company promotes positive images for children of color

-Unique product line features relatable artwork depicting positive, fun activities- 

Los Angeles, CA [April 2012] — In an industry dominated by majority-owned companies and influences, Images of Culture (IOC), a new stationery marketing company, launches today to deliver quality school supply products with uplifting, positive graphics and messages for African-American school-aged youth.  The company was created by 10-year marketing veteran and African-American entrepreneur Pamela A. Richardson out of a desire and passion to fill the void and provide Black youth with in-school materials that positively reflect them in an inspirational, hip and fun way. (more…)

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