30 Black Women Bloggers You Should Know, Part 2

As promised, here is the second of three parts in our "30 Black Women Bloggers You Should Know...

As promised, here is the second of three parts in our "30 Black Women Bloggers You Should Know" series. It's our attempt to highlight the black women bloggers we admire and who don't get nearly enough shine.  If you missed it, check out Part 1.

Danielle Gray of The Style and Beauty Doctor - Want the inside scoop on celebrity style and makeup looks? Danielle's got you covered. In addition to maintaining her own blog, she's a regular contributor to Necole Bitchie, The Fashion Bomb, and Jones Magazine. Her blog is a one stop shop for the fashion and beauty obsessed, and there's always an affordable options for the budget styleaholics.

Arielle Loren of Ask Arielle Loren - Vlogger Arielle delves deep into gender, sex and sexuality with a series of videos. Her innovative Q&A format facilitates discussions on even the most taboo of topics. From orgasms to bisexuality and miscegenation, she leaves no stone unturned.

Nichelle Stephens of Keeping Nickels and Cupcakes Take The Cake-  Nichelle's personal finance blog offers advice on how to stay financially fit and news updates on latest advances in financial markets. And she's not only a blogger and a social media extraodinaire who manages high profile campaigns for major brands.

Corvida Raven of She Geeks - Black women may not be as visible in the world of tech, but rising superstars like Corvida Raven are representing us well. She blogs about the intersections of social media and technology. Her insights have made her sought after representative of the under 25 set.

Karyn and Luvvie of The Red Pump Project - If you listened to the hype, you'd think blogging was all about opportunism and self-promotion, but these women utilized the platform to spread information about the growing AIDS crisis. The Red Pump Project connects bloggers across the country to combat the disease that continues to strangle our communities. 

Franchesca of Chesca Leigh - Prepare yourself to laugh out loud at the quirky antics of this dedicated YouTuber.  Her parodies of Rihanna and Nicki Minaj are sharp and witty. It's great to see Black women comedians creating their own spaces. (Now what will it take for mainstream media to catch on?)

Andrea of Fly -  Andrea's blog is a veritable archive of fashion, music, and culture. She always manages to find the gems that others overlook. If you're looking to broaden your horizons, her collection of links, photos and videos will keep you entertained for hours. 

Elita of Blacktating - Her passion for breastfeeding turned her blog into a community of mothers committed to the same, and her work is doing our community a great service. Elita shares her experiences in early motherhood and curates newsclips and media which feature breastfeeding moms. 

Kimberly Linton of Living the Fit Life - Who better to give you the real deal about healthy living than a woman who describes herself as DC's Toughest Trainer? Take a look around Kimberly's blog and you'll find a treasure trove of resources to help you along your journey to physical fitness. 

What do you think of the list so far?

Now take a look at Part 3.

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