BLKSHPCO has been in action for nearly a year and a half and within that time has had the opportunity to not only make a difference in the creative Christian community but in the lives of the black sheep collective.
The Met Gala is fashion's biggest night out and it continues to push the envelope of fashion as art.
Arielle Joseph's brand does what so few fashion brands do: Celebrate EVERY woman.
Carleigh Courey Tubergen gets to live life doing what she loves as a graphic designer, illustrator, and floral arranger; living out her purpose of being created to create.
Jena Holliday of a Spoonful of Faith talks creativity, motherhood, and the beginnings of Spoonful of Faith.
Christine of "@YeahItsChill" talks about the importance of bringing brown girls to Instagram comics, and how remaining anonymous adds to her brand.
From a man's perspective, Joseph Solomon's latest piece "Silhouette: in love with the shape of you?" aims to charge society to view women as whole.
Arielle Velasquez started Allllthingscreative a year ago after feeling that she wasn't best at one thing. With it, she explores all the things that she finds exhibits creativity.
Pride Nyasha is an up and coming artist from Zimbabwe who uses watercolors to display his unique technique and evolving style as an artist.
While on the Xpressions Tour, writer Tonika Reed had the chance to catch up with poet Jamaica West on her book "coffee black," how she got started as a poet and what her plans are for 2017.
Achalasia affected Phil's weight and career dramatically, but it never stopped him from moving forward.
For Barcelona-based illustrator and graphic designer, Petra Eriksson, it's just as important to create for yourself as it is to create for others. Check out our Q&A with the talented illustrator.
L.A.-based choreographer and Wisconsin-native, Andrew Winghart, creates a compelling concept video for Justin Timberlake's 2002 hit single Cry Me A River.
In his latest single, "Darkie", Propaganda shares the scars carried by the dark-skinned black community, the detachment that can stem from it, and the part slavery plays in it.
Beleaf Mel releases his final album, "In Fatherhood," and cracks iTunes hip-hop top 10 chart all while celebrating his birthday.
Macy Gray has a knack for catching your attention with her soulful rasp and she takes it further this year with the release of her video for "White Man," a visual for racial tension in America.
Before Drake's More Life release, Snoh Aalegra hadn't been heard of by a number of people. Resolute Magazine did some research on the amazing vocalist.
Erasure and whitewashing aren't new topics, but the damage they cause is often overlooked by justified responses rather than working to be inclusive.
On March 1, 2017, Resolute Magazine kicked off Women's History Month with Maya Angelou's "Phenomenal Woman." Here's a bit about the poem and the video we shot.
We're already diverse, let's be inclusive.
Resolute Magazine is a publication for multiethnic movers + shakers. In 2017, the world of media is
still overwhelmingly white and we aim to do something about it. With each post we share, we're
putting yet another creative and entrepreneur on the map and adding to the conversation,
not taking away from it. The world isn't one color, and neither should the media be.