Pinterest Collaborates with Black Creators in Pinterest TV series, Soul Food: Nourish Your Soul
Pinterest is celebrating Black History Month by launching a Pinterest TV series called Nourishing Your Soul, which will feature inspiring creators from the food, fashion, beauty, and wellness industries, including Kellie Brown, Bryant Terry, Nory Pouncil, Vallery Lomas, Tenicka Boyd, and others. In conjunction to Pinterest TV, the Creator Inclusion team also collaborated with The Creative Collective NYC, a Black and Woman-owned agency, to engage up-and-coming Black creators in a feast of soul and nourishment.
“While many platforms can feel overwhelming, Pinterest is a place where you can create your own oasis. For Black History Month, we wanted to give our Pinners food for the soul through inspiring Black content, so we partnered with talented Black creators across the U.S. and Canada to share their take on celebrating joy and practicing nourishment through the lens of food, beauty, design and wellness,” states Zeny Shifferaw, Pinterest's Creator Inclusion Lead.
The creators of the planned TV series on Pinterest:
Nory Pouncil, Wellness | Nourishing Your Boundaries, Every Wednesday
Nory Pouncil – a Garifuna Self-Trust Coach, and the founder of The Self-Trust Society and The Self-Trust System "framework," which reveals how we easily respond to discomfort. Shown every Wednesday, her Pinterest TV series “Nourishing Your Boundaries” is all about setting boundaries, giving yourself grace, honoring rituals and so much more.
Kellie Brown, Home | Home Decor Homies, Every Tuesday
Kellie Brown - a Fashion publicist turned influencer on a mission to be a trailblazer for inclusivity in the media and beyond through her "And I Get Dressed" (AIGD) platform. Kellie's Pinterest TV series, “Home Decor Homies”, airs every Tuesday and is all about having fun with home decor. She'll be covering a variety of themes, including how to find vintage furniture.
Bryant Terry, Food | Soul Food and Chill, Every other Friday
Bryant Terry - author of five cookbooks, the most current of which is Black Food, and the founder of 4 Color Books, a Chronicle Books cookbook imprint that showcases BIPOC chefs, writers, activists, artists, and inventors. “Soul Food and Chill”, his Pinterest TV series which shows every other Friday, is about establishing warm, nourishing spaces with ourselves, our loved ones, our community, and earth.
Tenicka Boyd, Fashion & Beauty | Inviting Color into your Life, Every Thursday
Tenicka Boyd - a New York-based mother who lives a vibrant life. She has spent over 15 years in the nonprofit sector, working on the leadership teams of organizations such as the ACLU and the racial justice organization Color Of Change. Tenicka's Pinterest TV series, “Inviting Color into your Life” shows every Thursday, and is all about bringing color into your life and wardrobe, including color combo style suggestions, favorite black designers, getting ready for spring, and more.
Pinterest is also hosting events during Black History Month to help employees nurture their souls and embrace the abundance and diversity of Black culture—from music to activism, fashion to food, and beyond. They will also be able to donate to organizations that support, elevate, educate, and strengthen the Black community.