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Wash Regimen!

Hey naturals! I’m back with my wash regimen. I guess when it comes to washing my hair you can say I’m a lazy natural. I’ve seen where some ppl part their hair in sections and wash each one separately and twist while they wash. 417 more words

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Shula's Royal Gold: Ambiance Oil Creme

Shula’s Royal Gold: Ambiance Oil Creme for men and women

  • 100% All Natural African Shea Butter
  • Other natural and organic oils
  • Contains Coconut Oil

Two week trials have been distributed for testing on various skin types. 9 more words


14 Days to 30

March 2009
As I mentioned in an earlier post, prior to my Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome “kicking in”, I maintained a weight in the 140s. In a short period during high school, I gained 30 lbs. 219 more words

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On "Light Girls" and Using Positive Thinking When Fighting Systemic Injustices

This post was inspired by a lot of the controversy surrounding the Light Girls documentary that premiered on the OWN network January 19th. I still haven’t seen the actual documentary (I know :-\), but I’ve read a few articles and blog posts about it. 799 more words

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The Ethnic Transference of Feminist Thought Involving Colonialism: A Metacognitive Examination of Multi-Cultural Learning

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Shu-Chen Tsai*


University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.


An Asian female immigrant to Canada contemplates how Black African feminist concepts are useful in understanding her own feminist history in another racial setting in a different part of the world. 545 more words

On One Week: No Television

#96 on my 101 Things to do In 1001 Days list was to give up television for one week. This Sunday evening at 8 pm I turned my television off, well, actually my laptop-I was watching season two of the Swedish series The Bridge. 147 more words

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Black Women! Get the salary you deserve!

Coming soon! Get what he gets!

GET PAID! Use this simple equation!

How I told my sister to negotiate for more money than what a prominent American insurance company initially offered her. 30 more words