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Alabama A&M University Students Standout At APA's 2018 National Planning Conference In New Orleans

“Without leaps of imagination or dreaming, we lose the excitement of possibilities. Dreaming, after all is a form of planning.” – Gloria Steinem

This year’s American Planning Association in New Orleans was a success for both the organization and for the exposure that a set of Alabama A&M University students (pictured above) received who were in attendance. 736 more words

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DLF Forum Fellowship Applications

The 2018 DLF Forum Fellowship Application is now open!

About the Awards:

Together with our generous partners, the Digital Library Federation will offer a number of fellowship opportunities meant to enable attendance of a diverse group of practitioners at the 2018 DLF Forum. 177 more words

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For Black Millennials Who Considered Leaving When the Church Was Too Much

Thoughts from Hampton University Minister’s Conference 2018

This was my third year attending the famed Hampton University Minister’s Conference. My thoughts and reflections are still somewhat of a jumbled mass in my mind. 2,176 more words

The Color Line

My Havana

Welcome!

Today, I will be showing you all a Knitted Short Leg Tomato Dress from Forever21. This dress was 19.90$.

The Multi-Medium Drop Gold Earrings… 54 more words

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Self Writing Exercise 7: Where I See Myself In 5 Years

Where I see Myself in 5 Years
You will talk about or list things you want to do in the future.
• Do you plan on vlogging your life for personal reasons or being a Youtuber? 76 more words

Self Writing Exercises

Tech'ing while Black: Late start in an endurance race

The article that I wanted to share is from NPR and it is titled “Being Black in Tech.” Of course, I am black myself, but what is interested of this article is that the article goes on to discuss not so much as the societal restraints of being African American and entering the Tech space but moreover, the limitations someone that is black may face because of the advantages and privileges of the competition. 115 more words

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