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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The Making of a Self-Esteem Entrepreneur

Growing in a rural area, I didn’t see many items that featured someone like me. Only on hair care products, did I see girls and women that had similar facial features and hair textures like me. There definitely weren’t any black dolls that I could play with; all I had was Barbie and Ken. I do remember when the baby-version of the Cabbage Patch Kid came out; unfortunately, I was in my teens and had grown past the doll stage. (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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