By Tammy Reese | August 17, 2023 | 6:49 PM ET
In honor of Black Business Month in August, we aim to acknowledge and appreciate black-owned businesses nationwide. One such business, So Amazing! Black Culture, stands out for its word search books that not only entertain but also celebrate the trailblazing women in black culture. Highlighting the accomplishments of black women, both past and present, So Amazing! Black Culture amplifies the coolness, creativity, and sense of humor found in black culture. Let’s explore the exciting world of black excellence together.
So Amazing! Black Culture has six different word search books but the trailblazing women edition is here to give Black women their flowers. In this edition, they highlight many of the women who made their mark and are making their mark in the world. You will find well-known and little known facts and accomplishments of many of the traditional historical figures you know and love. You will also recognize women who are currently making an impact in society.
The Journey of So Amazing! Black Culture
So Amazing! Black Culture was co-founded by Denise Myhand, a proud two-time graduate of Alabama A&M University. The inspiration behind the creation of these word search books stems from the desire to showcase the richness of black culture while providing fun and educational entertainment. Denise’s passion for celebrating the coolness and creativity found in black culture is evident on every page of their books.
Exploring Black Excellence through Word Search
The word search books from So Amazing! Black Culture offers a unique way to engage with black culture. Each edition showcases different themes, with one specifically highlighting trailblazing women. By presenting their accomplishments in an interactive and enjoyable format, these books encourage readers to learn and appreciate the myriad contributions made by black women throughout history. It is a celebration of their excellence and a means to inspire future generations.
The Coolness of Black Culture
Black culture is known for its creativity, innovation, and distinct sense of style. So Amazing! Black Culture embraces this coolness and translates it into their word search books. From incorporating popular slang to featuring iconic figures and cultural references, these books reflect the vibrancy and uniqueness of black culture. Whether you’re a dedicated word search enthusiast or simply interested in exploring the richness of black culture, these books offer a cool and captivating experience.
The Power of Representation
Representation matters, and So Amazing! Black Culture recognizes the importance of seeing oneself reflected in the media and entertainment industry. By featuring black women as the focal point of their word search books, So Amazing! Black Culture not only celebrates their achievements but also provides a platform for black women to be seen and heard. It fosters a sense of pride and empowerment while inspiring the next generation of leaders.
So Amazing! Black Culture’s word search books are a testament to the creativity, coolness, and excellence found within black culture. By celebrating the accomplishments of black women and amplifying the rich tapestry of black culture, they provide a fun and educational way to engage with and appreciate black excellence. As Black Business Month recognizes and uplifts black-owned businesses nationwide, let us join in the celebration and continue to support and celebrate black culture in all its forms.
Learn more: Website: https://soamazingblackculture.com/about-sabc/
About Tammy Reese
Owner of Visionary Minds Public Relations and Media, Tammy Reese is an award-winning writer and journalist best known for landing major interviews with Angela Bassett, Sharon Stone, Sigourney Weaver, Laurence Fishburne, Geena Davis, Billy Porter, Morris Chestnut, Nelly, Mona Scott Young, Giancarlo Esposito, Luke Evans, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Jennifer Connelly, Joseph Sikora, Meagan Good, Leon, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Phylicia Rashad, Omar Epps, Courtney Kemp, Vivica A Fox, Ryan Coogler, and so many more.
She is a proud member of ForbesBLK as well as New York Women in Film and Television.