Empower Black Girls

It is our desire to feature girls, young ladies, and women who positively, even if not intentionally serve as excellent roles models. Society will have us to accept a make-believe story about who we are and how we should look.  We secretly begin to condemn ourselves. That is not the story, nor the path of Pam Richardson, the founder of  Images of Culture. (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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