A new month brings more blessings, opportunities, and for us, the same purpose. As part of our mission to celebrate the true and authentic nature of individuals, we invite you to celebrate the women that make us better everyday. This years annual Sisterhood Month theme is The Gifts of Sisterhood. What ways can you give, honor, and celebrate the women in your life? Join us, in the love of sisterhood ✓
October 1, 2019
#BlackBoy Joy Collection Launch!
Our very first #BlackBoyJoy Retreat was joy-filled to say the least. The event featured a combination of outdoor interactive activities blended with intellectually challenging team building exercises. Young scholars between the ages of 7 and 10 were grouped into small teams where they played and learned through organized competition, capitalizing on their inherent nature to compete, collaborate, have fun and feed their curious natures. This event is an annual and mobile event that we plan on growing yearly. For more information on how to contribute, check out our Products Page today!
August 3, 2019
Sisterhood Month Photo Challenge
During the month of October Culture Approved introduced a new tradition of dedicating the entire month to sisterhood. Our Sisterhood Month Photo Challenge provided the opportunity for individuals to share their unique experiences with sisterhood. As we continue to strengthen our impact by loving and supporting all things sisterly let us remember that sisterhood is a continuous and can be celebrated daily, after all, there is strength in sisterhood. Let's continue to win together!
October 1, 2018
Sunday's should be a day rest and fellowship. Every Sunday Culture Approved shares sisterhood moments on our social media pages. Hashtag #SisterhoodSunday and share with us how you celebrate the beautiful bond of sisterhood!
August 12, 2018
#BlackMomsMatter Collection Launch!
Black women and Black mothers, have always been under attack from the start of the system of black enslavement to “segregation that robbed black women the chance of healthy motherhood to the Jim Crow-era forced sterilization and inhumane gynecological medical experimentation, Black mothers’ human right to have access to quality health care has always been under threat.” Too often our mothers are forgotten, or their character gets assassinated in the media, entertainment, literature, etc. This shirt was created to affirm that despite the systematic erasure of black mothers, they are still here in all of their magic, and that without a shadow of a doubt BLACK MOMS MATTER.