The Most Inspiring Black Women on Twitter Part 3

This is the final installment of our Most Inspiring Black Women on Twitter list. Thank you so much ...


This is the final installment of our Most Inspiring Black Women on Twitter list. Thank you so much for your input and support. Find Part 1 and Part 2 of the list here.

@faraichideya
Why We Love Her Timeline:
@faraichideya is a celebrated author and journalist who offers her musings on the future of media. Her astute political and cultural commentary always makes us think.

@proftriciarose
Why We Love Her Timeline:
Take note when this woman tweets. She's a hip hop scholar who rarely delivers anything short of brilliance.

@dreamhampton313
Why We Love Her Timeline:
She conquered the Hip Hop world by the power of her pen. She's an OG who can call the best rappers alive her friends. Now she's using her voice to make change.

@tferg3
Why We Love Her Timeline:
@tferg3 followed her dream to create the premiere shopping guide for Black women. Her tweets are all about her life of being Editor in Chief.

@CRicePR
Why We Love Her Timeline:
Experience the life of an up and coming PR maven through her tweets. She's funny and focused, and she always keeps it real.

@adriarichards
Why We Love Her Timeline:
The world of tech can be a scary place. Thankfully @adriarichards is always there to guide you thrugh it. Her timelime is full of useful tips and tricks to make your tech experience a little bit easier.

@funkybrownchick
Why We Love Her Timeline:
This is the type of sex in the city we can't get enough of. @funkybrownchick is known for keeping it real about sex and the single girl.

@feminista09
Why We Love Her Timeline:
Feminism can be be divisive, but @feminista09 gives feminists everywhere a good name. She's a mainstream media watchdog who never hesitates to point out inequities in our culture.

@juneambrose
Why We Love Her Timeline:
Her passion shines through. This is the woman responsible the luxe hip hop aesthetic of the 90s. Her updates are interesting and often hilarious. @juneambrose is a must follow for anyone looking to enter the world of fashion.

@jeanettejenkins
Why We Love Her Timeline:
She provides constant motivation for getting and staying in shape. As a Black woman, we're confident @jeanettejenkins knows our challenges. That's why we trust her.

@sherrieshepherd
Why We Love Her Timeline:
@sherrieshepherd has never shied away from being 100% candid about her past and present struggles. Through it all, she's shown a survivor's spirit.

@abiolatv
Why We Love Her Timeline:
@abiolatv created her own media empire by the power of her electric personality. She continually reminds us that if you have a dream, you've got to go for it.
@MADvision
Why We Love Her Timeline:
@MADvision brought a desperately needed voice to the world of fashion, and now she lends her voice to cultural commentary and critique.

@donnabrazile
Why We Love Her Timeline:
She's a famed political strategist who provides invaluable insight into our electoral process.


@ZerlinaM
Why We Love Her Timeline:
Who needs cable news? Get all of your political updates from this smart as a whip law student.

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