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Queens of Africa Dolls

Queens of Africa Dolls (N.A.)


Time to CELEBRATE! We are tickled that the Queens of Africa Dolls were featured in Forbes Magazine online. 228 more words

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Ella: Fighting to Save a Few

Any life spanning seven decades is bound to have its share of twists, turns, and dreams deferred–maybe some that are never realized at all. After I had been meeting for months with Ella, a petite and loquacious seventy-two-year-old woman, she told me, “You know, I didn’t really want all this stuff to be like this. 2,063 more words


Discrimination: both Sinister and Subtle!

Some of our issues don’t get talked about because of shame and secrecy. However, talking is a way of purging and laying everything out on the table for discussion, dissection and discovery about ourselves. 29 more words


Highest Percentage Cities with Black-Owned Businesses in the United States

There are several Black owned businesses that are located throughout the United States. These businesses focus vary in the different types of services which they provide, and many of them rank high just as their counterpart owned businesses by White Americans. 236 more words

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Why was valedictorian Andrew Jones denied the right to march at his graduation?

Andrew Jones was top of his class and scheduled to deliver a commencement address, but he had a beard. He had been told on more than one occasion that he would have to shave the beard according to school policy. 38 more words

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Of course I have not forgotten the FOOD!

It, how do you give proposer attention to how MAGNIFICENT the food was? Even as a vegan/vegetarian (don’t judge the mixed use, I know they’re different), I am eating well here. 400 more words