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Article Sharing: Wrought in Their Creator’s Image - NYTimes.com

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While I haven’t finished reading this article YET (I’m currently commuting from a practice LSAT test downtown) I am certain that Ms. Stanley has no business writing an article centered around the regressive, racist, and patriarchal stereotype “angry black woman.” 12 more words

Take Responsibility for Yourself

I believe that taking responsibility for yourself, your future, and your present actions is the most liberating thing you can do in your lifetime. The moment you understand that no one is in control of your life except you and no one can stop you from achieving your goals  you become a powerful force and you are able to do things. 555 more words

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The FOH Minute. Current Events That Make You Say, "F*kOuttaHere" With That!

So, by now most of us have heard about the Django actress (who I can’t remember from the movie) Danièle Watts, who while with her white male partner, was recently detained by police in Studio City California for suspicion of public indecency and possibly prostitution . 574 more words

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Black woman promoted to FDNY lieutenant, a first in 12 years

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York City Fire Department Wednesday promoted a black woman to the rank of lieutenant for the first time in 12 years. 176 more words

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Ready to Come Home

After an unrewarding hunt out in the savanna, this princess must return home to the comforts of her riverside kingdom.

Those are supposed to be pyramids with gold caps standing on the horizon. 36 more words

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Black Woman To Head Top Legal Group [VIDEO]

Last month, Paulette Brown became the first black woman elected to lead the American Bar Association, the nation’s foremost legal group. The ABA has near 400,000 members and, coincidentally, didn’t allow Blacks to join.  259 more words

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[VIDEO] Black Woman To Head Top Legal Group

Last month, Paulette Brown became the first black woman elected to lead the American Bar Association, the nation’s foremost legal group. The ABA has near 400,000 members and, coincidentally, didn’t allow Blacks to join.  258 more words

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