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Black Love Page showcases Black people in positive light – Francoise Merus


Published author, entrepreneur and activist, Francoise Merus who believed she was Haitian-American all long discovered she was actually from Ghana. This discovery set ablaze her smouldering love for the Black People in Africa and the Diaspora. The result is BlackLove Page, a cultural and society website celebrating the advancement of Black People every single day.

On the big idea behind the page, Francoise says, “Black Love Page was created in 2016 to help showcase Black People in a positive light. Due to all the negativity that’s out there, I wanted to help change the narrative. Black Love Page is cultural website for everything positive and uplifting for Black People all around the world.

“Positive news about our love stories, our achievements, and truly who we are. Not the false lies that have been told for centuries. Due to so many killings of innocent black people I felt the responsibility to tell our stories. One night after crying about another black person being killed by the police, I realized that there weren’t too many outlets out there that humanized us.”

Since the platform came on board three years ago, it has established itself as a rapidly growing Instagram page with hundreds of thousands of followers.
I’ve only had my blog Black Love Page for three years and I have over half a million followers and a huge email list. Black love page is one of the fastest growing pages on Instagram, gaining around 500-1000 new followers every other day,” beamed.

Highlighting the achievements so far, Haitian-Ghanaian -American Francoise Merus has a lot to cheer about and she shared it all in a recent interview

“One of the greatest moments for black love page are our weddings! We help weddings go viral on the internet! We use social media to livestream weddings. Using social media I help followers to feel as if they they are a part of the special day for our couples who use the service. Also, black love page features weddings where we highlight wedding vendors . I use black love page to help bring more awareness for wedding vendors and get their work seen. Black love page is also a great source for celebrity updates! Their wedding anniversaries and engagements are shared on my platform.

Black love page also shares inspiring stories about people finding love on Tinder or through their friends. I’ve also been featured as an influencer at a recent black love summit in Atlanta, Georgia, “ she said.

“We’ve helped fed the homeless, we’ve helped so many businesses growed by bringing visibility to them, we are the fastest growing page for everything Black Love and Black Excellence,” she added.

Francoise Merus lived all her life in Haiti and did most of her schooling in the United States of America. The only cultures she had even known were that of the people on the Caribbean Island of Haiti and the American people until she decided to have a DNA test that altered the course of her life. She found out she is originally from Ghana

She grew up in Haiti as a child, then moved to Miami, Florida where she finished high school, then went to Barry University, also in , Florida where she studied public relations

Three years ago she created a community called with over half a million followers.

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