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Don't Call it a Comeback.....

Yes, I was gone for a long time but for my own sake just call it a re-branding. I was recently doing some job interviews and one of the interviewers kept bringing up this blog page. 230 more words

African American

The Youngest Marcher: the story of Audrey Faye Hendricks, a young civil rights activist

Audrey Faye Hendricks is one of the lesser-known figures of the civil rights movement. At the age of nine, she played a significant role in wiping out Birmingham’s segregation laws. 308 more words

New In HuffPo: My New Normal Post Philando Castile

Yesterday, I was pulled over.

The reason given was that my license plate cover was too dark. I never thought it was, nor had I been warned for this previously. 151 more words

Legal News

ACV Toner

After I cleanse my face using the Oil Cleansing Method I use a toner spritz of Apple Cider Vinegar and green tea.

ACV has antibacterial and antiseptic properties, it’s main function is to balance skin’s pH. 289 more words

Black Women

The language of oppression

On Canada’a National Aboriginal Day, June 21st, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that the name of the day would be changed to National Indigenous People’s Day. 349 more words

Researchers' Corner

Bessie Coleman - Your Gal Friday

Here is a gal who was so fearless that in a time when women, African-Americans, and Native Americans were banned from learning how to fly – she did. 1,265 more words

Gals Guide

The Fears of a Father

The other day my 17-year-old asked me to teach him how to drive, of course, I said yes I will teach you. I started to think about how this is one of the father-son bonding moments. 447 more words