BlackWomenStandUp.com Commits to Helping 100 Women Take the Entrepreneurial Leap

Will you be one of the 100?  In this climate of uncertainty in the work force, it is time for women as well as men to take their future in their own hands and look at becoming an Entrepreneur.  We are not saying, walk into your job tomorrow and give your two week notice, but we are saying there is a way for you to do what you are currently doing and begin your journey into life as an Entrepreneur.  BlackWomenStandUp.com wants to help 100 women earn extra income and work towards their financial freedom by taking the #EntrepreneurialLeap and become an Entrepreneur through an industry that has allowed countless individuals to become business owners, and to create a life they may have never imagined.

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The #EntrepreneurialLeap is for women who are interested in starting a business but not sure what kind or how to, women who are looking for a career change or in transition, women who are of a particular age and having a hard time finding employment, women who know that the Entrepreneur lifestyle is for them but have no idea on a business concept, moms who want to work from home, women who are looking for a network of support and the right mentor, women who are fed up with their current job or situation, or you are the woman who have been letting fear stop you in your tracks and can’t seem to move forward.  If this is YOU, then we want to work with you, and are committed to creating a clear road-map to assist in your success.  But it all starts with a DECISION…

Network Marketing Opportunities 

For more information or to get started, click on the appropriate link below. These links will help you make an informed decision on if  you will leap for and towards your freedom.

Health/Wellness Home-Base Business

Are you ready to make a Total Life Change!  Let BWSU help you create a healthy life from the inside out with an array of health products ranging from the famously widespread Iaso (Detox) Tea, which has helped countless men and women lose weight while detoxing their kidneys, liver and colon from a cellular level.

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Nutra Burst a  powerful liquid vitamin with a 98% cellular absorption!

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Visit Stand 4 Health  or StandHealthy to learn more about or purchase these amazing products, or to become an Independent Business Owner so you can start making money right away!

Healthy Coffee 

Click the following link for more information: The Coffee That Pays  Watch the video at top of page, if interested email BlackWomenStandUp@gmail.com with #EntrepreneurialLeap in Subject Line.

To Get Started Visit: CoCo World Coffee  and Click on Start a Business.

Media Steaming & Broadcast Communications

Learn about the V Stream Company and/or Opportunity click here: V Stream Media

Opportunity Video click here: Opportunity Video

Remember, everything you do in life you are taking a chance, so why not take a chance on you!  If you make the decision to win, email BlackWomenStandUp@gmail.com with #EntrepreneurialLeap in the subject line.

Peace, Love and to your Success:)

#BWSU #EntrepreneurialLeap

For Immediate Release: PROMINENT VETERAN BUSINESS GROUP LAUNCHES “VEDI 25” TO SALUTE THE UNSUNG HEROES

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Tiffany Braxton

Email: Vedi@MidnightManagement.com

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Source: For Immediate Release: PROMINENT VETERAN BUSINESS GROUP LAUNCHES “VEDI 25” TO SALUTE THE UNSUNG HEROES

Do You Believe That Your Health Matters?

Do you really believe that your health matters?  We need you to know that your health is important and it is up to you to take control of your health and that yes, your #YourHealthMatters.  Here at BlackWomenStandUp.com we want to assist and support you in your health/wellness and fitness goals. If you or someone that you know is struggling with weight and are sick and tired of going at it alone, or feel as if you just cannot do it, we want to help you.  We invite you to join us in our private FB Group where you can connect with other individuals who are committed to change and optimal health.

This group is for all levels from the beginner to the dedicated fitness fanatic, we can all find common ground and learn from and be of help to one another.  We can suggest immediate-result driven products for the individual that is really struggling and needs a jump-start with their weight-loss, we got you covered.  Check out our Co-Founder, Tiffany Braxton on #Periscope discussing our new private Stand 4 Health FB Group, as well as our upcoming Program “How to Turn Your Health and Weightloss Goals Into a Side Hustle.”

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“Love Alert” Meet The Fords – BlackWomenStandUp’s New Love Lounge Feature

We Love, Love…Especially Black and Brown Love!  Here at BlackWomenStandUp.com the Love Lounge is where we celebrate and remind everyone of the beauty and feeling of being in love.  Our goal is to inspire those who are still hoping for and looking for that special one, and to spread the joy of those who have found their true love, while highlighting amazing couples.

Our Love Lounge Feature:

Meet Mr. and Mrs. Keith and Chanel Ford of Essex County, New Jersey – Married 9/24/16.
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Here are some fun and true facts about our Newlyweds:

  • Keith Ford and Chanel Caraway met on match.com —->(He was bored and signed up for a 7 day free trial.  She was at the end of a subscription that she rarely used).  Wow, look what that lead to!
  • They met the day after Thanksgiving, 2014

Message:  Internet Dating Works, don’t be scared ladies.  You never know where you will find love, just keep your heart open to the possibility and remain positive.

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Fun facts continued…

  • Chanel is from Baltimore, MD and Keith, East Harlem, NY
  • The wedding ceremony was in Baltimore County.  Reception was in the Inner Harbor, Downtown Baltimore
  • They are both foodies, entrepreneurial, and philanthropic
  • Some of their favorite things are cooking, dining out, reading, working out, and traveling

What’s next for the Newlyweds?  Their List Below:

  • Little ones
  • Home ownership
  • Developing their businesses – Check out Keith’s Business Pages here —->K Systems Solutions and The Digital Report (TDR)
  • Advancing their education

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More moments from Keith and Chanel’s Special Day!

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carawayfordwedding-142Thank you to Keith and Chanel for sharing their love and special day with the BWSU Family!  We wish you many more years of marital bliss, and all the best with your next steps in life as a couple:)

Peace and Love.

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Black Women Stand Up Encourages Individuals to “Do More Give More” This #GivingTuesday and Beyond

Black Women Stand Up (BWSU) encourages helping Black owned and women owned not-for-profit organizations through their #DoMoreGiveMore Challenge.

The goal for the #DoMoreGiveMore Challenge is to foster end of year giving for #GivingTuesday and beyond, and help raise funds for our spotlighted organization. We want everyone to experience the joy and rewards of giving and showing support to those who are working towards change in local communities near and far.

Check out Co-Founder, Tiffany Braxton on Periscope introducing the #DoMoreGiveMoreChallenge

BlackWomenStandUp.com’s Co-Founder, Tiffany Braxton has been a champion of not-for-profit organizations, and has worked behind the scenes helping with a few that are near and dear to her heart with their fundraising and strategic planning efforts.  Understanding how tough it can be for the smaller Black and women owned organizations to get the funding needed to properly grow, which will then allow them the ability to do more in serving their respective markets, she came up with the #DoMoreGiveMore Challenge.

“This is a way to start right where I am, and with those in my reach.  I want my family and friends, and others within the BWSU online community to get in the habit of supporting those causes that matter to them, and or those organizations that we will be highlighting. Many of our people believe that you have to be a celebrity or have a lot of money to give, but the truth is, you don’t.  Every little bit counts, what is big started small.  We are clear that there are organizations who are afforded big donations and fundraisers due to celebrity attachment or involvement, and that is fine, just as much there are organizations working extremely hard to raise their needed funds.  Either way, giving and being in support of these organizations are important, especially with the uncertainty surrounding our current political state and racial unrest.”

The Ask:

  1. Give anywhere between $5 or $25 today or before end of year to our spotlighted organization – Veterans Entrepreneurial Development Initiatives, Inc. (VEDI), to help get their Veteran transport van back up and on the road. Visit the VEDI Blog for more information on the organization.  Here is the link to the organization’s current GoFundMe Video.  VEDI is the brainchild of Visionary Meta Mereday from New York.
  2. Commit to adopting (being a continued supporter) of the organization by contributing at least $25 (or more if you can) a month or quarterly, whichever works for your budget.
  3. Include giving to an organization in your monthly or quarterly budget.
  4. Help spread the word about the mission and work of the organization.
  5. Connect with us across social media by using the hashtag #DoMoreGiveMore to join the discussion, or let us know that you are in support of and a part of the challenge, or to suggest an organization you believe we should know about.

The BWSU Family thanks you in advance for your support!

#GivingTuesday

 

Paying Homage to Gwen Ifill

Hearing that long-time Journalist Gwen Ifill passed away on Monday, November 14, 2016 from a type of Uterine (endometrial) Cancer saddened many, especially  BlackWomenStandUp.com’s  (BWSU) Co-Founder, Tiffany Braxton, who in 2013 lost her mother to the same type of cancer.  That prompted an annual cancer awareness initiative “Love Your Va-Jay-Jay” Day (read more about that “Love Your Va-Jay-Jay Day” April 10th, 2016).  Today we pay homage to Gwen Ifill, a woman who made such an impact on the world through her work, and we honor this Queen by adding her to our Cancer Memorial Wall, which honors Black Women and all Women of Color who have transitioned on from either one of the five types of gynecological cancers or breast cancer.

Who Was Gwen Ifill

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PBS Anchor Gwendolyn L. “GwenIfill, born – September 29, 1955  transitioned – November 14, 2016, was an American Peabody Award-winning journalist, television newscaster, and author. In 1999, she became the first African American woman to host a major political TV show with Washington Week in Review. She was born in New York City. (Read more…https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gwen_Ifill).

#BWSU #Cancer Awareness #CheckUpOnIt

Rest In Power (R.I.P.) Gwen Ifill, Thank you for being a Trailblazer, and being an example for all Black and Brown Women and Girls! #BWSU 

Honoring Our Veterans

The Black Women Stand Up (BWSU) Family sends Love and a Huge Thank You to Our Black and Brown Kings and Queens who serve or have served this country on all of our behalves!

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A special thanks and #BWSU Spotlight to one our favorite Sistah, Iraq Veteran, Philanthropist and so much more Tee Marie Hanible @TheRealTeeMarie on Twitter.

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Love and Thanks to “Black Military Women” another of our favorite Sistah Veterans on Twitter – @WomanistVeteran!

Check out the below images of #BlackWomenVeterans that we discovered on Google.

Peace and Always Love,

#BWSU

Black Hero STILL CUFFED After He Saves Teen From Sexual Predator On NYC Bus | Urban Intellectuals

It seems the cops in this country even harass and question you when you save one of our kids from the hands of a sexual predator! Moise Morancy, a hip hop artist, actor and activist… oh, and a black man, was riding the Q53 bus in Queens when he witnessed a man inappropriately touching a

Source: Black Hero STILL CUFFED After He Saves Teen From Sexual Predator On NYC Bus | Urban Intellectuals

Fitness and Life Tips for Women on the Go with #BWSU

BlackWomenStandUp.com  Co-Founders, T. Braxton and A. Lutchman have been all over social media with their health and fitness tips for women on the go!  With their fun and carefree delivery, these ladies give easy to implement tips for individuals who are looking to lead a more health centered life, the health conscious individual can also benefit from these tips.  T. Braxton has been doing daily New York City #CentralParkMoments where she shares quick 15 second SnapChats with her word or message of the day surrounding health/wellness and or fitness.  BWSU is on SnapChat and or Instagram username @BlackWomenStandUp.  Or you can find Co-Founder A. Lutchman poolside or hanging out in the hot tub giving self-care and/or meditation tips to a live audience on Periscope username @BlkWomenStandUp.

These nature loving Queens can be found doing live Periscopes walking through trails, basking in the sunshine absorbing Vitamin D, all the while keeping their viewers engaged with a message of empowerment or ways to improve their overall health and well-being.

Check out a #CentralParkMoments with T. Braxton:

Connect with Black Women Stand Up (BWSU) across social media using hashtag #BWSU and don’t forget to like their FB page under Black Women Stand Up, along with following on Twitter and Periscope @BlkWomenStandUp, Instagram and SnapChat @BlackWomenStandUp.

Find out how you can join BWSU’s Health and Wellness Initiative to help women lead a life of total health while making money in the process, if you are in the New York Tri-State area visit http://bit.ly/stand4healthtlc.  If in the Washington, DC, Maryland, Virginia area (DMV) visit http://bit.ly/trans4ming.

Peace and Love.

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Standing Up for Our Kings & Communities #PhilandoCastile #AltonSterling

Black Women please continue to Stand Up, as we are the backbones of our families and communities! We need each other even more now, and must keep our families in tact and love on & uplift our Kings as much as we can!

We love you, Queens.

So they had us celebrate the Fourth of July singing & screaming “God Bless America” all weekend only to start our week like this… 

From morning news to breaking evening reports, we have been inundated with traumatizing images of a back to back massacre on the hearts and psyche of African-Americans. Who else is fed up of the societal castration of our Black Men with graphics horrific enough to cause PTSD to viewers while sending fearful oppressive subliminal messages?

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This is what we as #BlackMothers are up against and fear everyday! Not only do we have to worry about our husbands, sons, nephews, etc.being gunned down by racist “hit men in blue uniforms.”

We have to now think about ourselves and daughters, mothers, aunts, etc. being violently attacked or killed by anyone of them who feel Our lives mean nothing. They continue their attempts, killing us with blatant dehumanization & traumatizing subliminal media tactics.

Please join our CALL TO ACTION live chats this weekend as we sound off in the name of HEALING from the disturbing images and realities of this week. 

We can’t just standby so stand up with us online for real talk & strategic action towards peace and healing. 

Below are links to connect with us online. You can also use hashtag #BWSU to find us on social media. 

Our live Periscope broadcasts schedule & replays will be posted soon. Connect & express yourselves on our ‘scopes.

Find & Follow us on Periscope: @BlkWomenStandUp

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In closing, we had to bless you with this poignant post shared on our BWSU Facebook.

Fb, please help me understand if it can be understood… Why is it that our government, city, state and locals, don’t understand that we are, mentally and emotionally tired of our husband’s, son’s, nephew’s, and any and every other  black male in our families being shot down like DOGS… They are loved just as much as WHITE males…. Why is it that folk fail to believe that we LOVE THE BLACK MALES IN OUR FAMILIES JUST AS MUCH AS ANY OTHER CULTURE AND OR RACE… a mother is a mother, a wife is a wife, doesn’t matter if you’re black, white, yellow or green,… as a matter of fact I believe we love our black males even Harder because of all the BS they’re up against… When a black women  gives birth to a male child that’s when all her worries begin… PEOPLE, BLACK AND WHITE please let’s come together on saving our children…. Black men I’m talking to you mostly START RESPECTING YOURSELF, YOUR WOMEN AND YOUR CHILDREN… if you don’t no one else will… It all begins WITH US… WE as a people… THE FIRST WAY TO START IS BY PULLING UP YOUR FUCKING PANTS… come on now… Love yourself so that  maybe the kkk in blue, the HIT MEN IN BLUE can stop killing u off…. Please, please, please… This goes to all my fb family and friends… Let’s start today…  I pray that NOTHING like this happens to my SON OR GRANDSON because only GOD KNOWS their’s not enough hit men in blue uniforms to stop me… I’m going to leave it at that… I pray for all of our black males… And most importantly BLACK MEN PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE STOP KILLING EACH OTHER… God bless

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God Bless you family!

Peace, Love & Protection,

Black Women Stand Up