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Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Teen CEO Creates Subscription Box to Empower Black Youth: Black Butterfly Beautiful Review

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Hey Yall!  I'd like to share a subscription box that is all about uplifting, empowering, and encouraging our young youth.


In today's world, there aren't many positive representations of African Americans in the mainstream media, tv, or magazines which is contributing to lower self-esteem and self-love with our kids.  There needs to be more inclusion out there showing our children that they can do anything, be anything, following their hearts and dreams.  Show them all the fantastic African American role models and entrepreneurs that help pave the way in history for them also to be able to follow their dreams as well.



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Black Butterfly Beautiful, is a subscription box created by 17-year-old Journi Prewitt to empower, uplift, and encourage young people of color (ages 5 to 21) to embrace who they are. These boxes are sent monthly and curated based on subscriber age, gender and the month’s theme featuring books and other accessories from black-owned brands to help address under-representation, uncover black history, and provide inspiration.



Michelle received the January box, which theme is all about Hollywood Awards season.  She got to learn about African American women monarchs, actresses who have been nominated and/or have won an Academy Award.


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Michelle has dreams of becoming a big star when she grows up, so seeing these leading ladies accomplishments helps inspire her more to keep reaching her goal.


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Michelle only knew Oscar-nominated/ Golden Globe winner Taraji P. Henson from the pamphlet because she sees Mr. M and me watching her on Empire, and Mr. M watches her on Netflix as well.  But I felt ashamed Michelle didn't know the other actresses on the pamphlet.  However, now she does and will learn more about these actresses achievements.


There were even more fun, and educational goodies inside her Black Butterfly Beautiful box.
This is what was in January's Box:

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  • Book: Day Dreams & Movie Screens by Alena Pitts with Wynter Pitts



  • Luster's Hair Products (Featured Black Business)



  • Magnetic Calendar featuring the Black Leading Ladies



  • Hollywood Clapboard Keychain



  • Makeup Bag with names of Black Leading Ladies



  • Popcorn



  • Popcorn Coinpurse



  • Film Reel Steel Bookmark



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This box was right up Michelle's alley since she loves movies and inspires to be a movie star someday or a fashion designer.  She immediately popped her popcorn, looked at all her precious loot, and told me she liked everything in her box.  She also said she'll be showing off all her cool items to her friends at school.


Teen CEO Creates Subscription Box to Empower Black Youth: Black Butterfly Beautiful Review  via  www.productreviewmom.com

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I like the fact that this box was created by a teen who is inspiring young black girls and boys in fun yet, educational way.   Each box consists of: 


1. A book with female characters of color


2. A monthly theme


3. Product from a feature Black Owned Business


4. Fun, Trendy, Empowering Items


5. Encouraging Words


6. Information on highlighted women of color with the month's theme.


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Round of applause goes to Journi Prewitt, being a teenager creating an encouraging, motivating subscription box for youths of color.  Also, children can look up to Journi as well as an uplifting role model showing that they too can have a business at any age.


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All boxes are based on the age of your child, ages 5-7, 8-12, and 13-17 for both girls and boys.  Each box is shipped after the 15th of each month at the price of $29.99.


Make sure to support this young lady.  I guarantee that you and your child will love these boxes as much as Michelle and I!



Disclosure:  I was provided this box for review purposes, all thoughts and opinions are my own, and daughters.



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7 comments

  1. This is amaazng. Such a wonderful idea.

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    1. Isn't it Janelle! Such a great idea! Kudos to Journi!

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  2. Love this Lou and that it's a teen entrepreneur! #Empowering

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  3. Wow!!!! That's amazing that this young lady has created such a wonderful subscription box for other young ladies to highlight the achievements of African American women.

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  4. This is a cool box to get. I wish they had a box like this for blacks girls when my daughter was little. We've really come a long way!

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  5. Kinda pricey but this is a great subscription for our children and kudos to Journi and her family for making it happen!!! #PRP

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  6. I love everything about this box! Thanks so much for getting the word out.

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