Help us pick a theme song remix, vote for your favorite!FJane the Virgin's Gina Rodriguez joins Phoebe to swap virginity stories, talk representation and start a movement. But only one of them has made out with Colin Firth.If you have made Fellowship your home church, but are not involved in a small group, you are missing out on what Fellowship is all about! Check out stories of how Jesus is changing the heart and soul of His people in Northwest Arkansas and the world!Phoebe Robinson is tired of being the token black woman in an ocean of white dude comedians. She’ll host intimate, funny and super honest conversations with musicians, actors, writers and comedians who are killing it in their fields — AND who aren’t white dudes! Yang’s memoir is How to American: An Immigrant’s Guide Phoebe meets up with Hannibal Buress in Portland, in the middle of his stand-up tour. The model/author/producer/goddess tells Phoebe about her earliest runway days, raising her son, and her ever-changing definition of "beauty". From Days of Our Lives to Kill Bill, the actress Vivica A.Oh you can’t because you don’t care about the cause, you just want attention Then what happened to brands like baby phat, Betsy Johnson, and Abercrombie when they sold to Ross?When you lower the perceived value of a brand, you lose a high paying consumer.
i had to learn to be happy on my own & i wish more people knew thats more important just read a thread where a girl with 200 followers was arguing with someone then tried to talk shit on someone for having 14 followers...In this inaugural episode, Phoebe and Minneapolis-based hip-hop artist Lizzo get into it all: black hair, Prince, My Morning Jacket, woke white friends, racist TSA officers, and what the god Phoebe Robinson is sick of being the token black woman in an ocean of white dude comedians. inexhaustible women, standing at life’s crossroads. The Girlfriends infuse experience, energy and humor into the free spirit of individuality because the dynamics of wisdom and their strength of friendship motivates them to stay young at heart and boldly express their own voice.Gayle King opens up about motherhood, black pride, how she survives the 24-hour (bad) news cycle.The rapper/actress drops in to open up about Asian-American representation in Hollywood, the perils of searching for a place to pee in NYC, life on the come-up and making her family proud while rapping about her vag.