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Dirty River - A Book Review

 A short reflection by Shira Devorah, Women’s Center student staff.

I bought my own copy of Dirty River (even though the Women’s Center has a copy you can loan now thanks to the UMBC’s… 507 more words


Behind The Business: Soulful Beginnings Tutoring

No matter what country you go to or what city you visit, you will undoubtedly find people who are “fighting the good fight.”  The individuals fighting against police brutality.  694 more words

Black Women

Brenda Snipes' Friends Deny Her Opponent Chance To Speak At Public Candidate Forum

Dave Brown, Democrat candidate for Broward County Supervisor of Elections, was denied an opportunity to speak at the Women Of Color Empowerment Institute Candidate Forum even though his opponent was given a prominent speaking role. 136 more words


FLOTUS Michelle Obama @ 2016 DNC 'Melania Trump, Take Note: This Is How A Class Act Should Roll'

How a Real Regal First Lady rolls…Originality, Character, Integrity, Honesty, Brains & Poised Beauty!



15 Things Made By Black Women

Sometimes we need a reminder of just how amazing and magical we are. We hear great stories of black men creating and inventing things, but not enough about things black women created. 35 more words


Under the Udala Trees

Under the Udala Trees, by Chinelo Okparanta, is the riveting story of Ijoema a girl coming of age as the Biafran War breaks out. The book is fast paced, aided by Okparanta’s elegant prose and short chapters, so this short review won’t give everything away! 200 more words


Spiel Chicago Episode 2: Adia Alli

This week I spoke with actress and stage manager Adia Alli about working in Chicago, representation in the theater and the kinds of shows she loves to see.   21 more words