Issue No.2

ISSUE No 2 : BBS X USPS

As a small black owned, women led business that launched at the start of Covid-19, the United States Postal Service (USPS) has been integral to every part of connecting us...

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NOTES FROM THE SALON

ISSUE No 2 : BBS X USPS

ISSUE No 2 : BBS X USPS

As a small black owned, women led business that launched at the start of Covid-19, the United States Postal Service (USPS) has been integral to every part of connecting us...

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WHAT WE ARE : READING

WHAT WE ARE : READING

“There's Always Work at the Post Office: African American Postal Workers and the Fight for Jobs, Justice, and Equality”  by Philip F. Rubio .................................................................................................................................... Philip Rubio, a former postal worker, brings...

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WAYS TO SUPPORT : USPS

WAYS TO SUPPORT : USPS

VOTE! - Send your mail in ballots in advance BE PATIENT - With not just BBS but all mail at the moment BUY STAMPS - An incredible and simple way...

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MINNIE M. COX

MINNIE M. COX

The Postal Service has historically been a place for civil change to root itself, one story we would like to spotlight is that of Minnie M Cox – The 1st black...

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NOTES FROM THE SALON . No.1 .

NOTES FROM THE SALON . No.1 .

Welcome to Bephies Beauty Supply and the premier launch of our blog & newsletter “NOTES FROM THE SALON” where we discuss and curate stories on women and beauty, through the lens...

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BLACK GIRL CHURCH

BLACK GIRL CHURCH

"BLACK GIRL CHURCH"  The film Black Girl Church explores the relationship of Black women to the beauty supply store and why being there can sometimes feel like being in a...

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"FRAMING BEAUTY" by Deborah Willis

"FRAMING BEAUTY" by Deborah Willis. One of five beauty parlor images in artist Deborah Willis's exhibition “Framing Beauty,” explores how present-day African-Americans construct their identity and image.  

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