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HufPost: 6 Questions With A Black Mormon Feminist

Our own Mica McGriggs was interviewed this week by the Huffington Post:

While the LDS church is growing in leaps and bounds outside of the United States, its racial diversity within America hasn’t changed significantly in recent years. 70 more words

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Just a touch of love (color) ... a little bit.

Just so you know, I sung the title as I was typing… not that you’ll should care. Lol

Anywho, I won’t go into great detail about this look (unless you want me to). 86 more words


Makeup Inspiration from the Beautiful Ourfazinali

(Please excuse my messy hair)

I thought it would be a great idea to channel some of the beautiful makeup artist I follow on instagram and twitter.  58 more words


Cultural Appropriation: There is No Right Way to Do It

**Guest post from Jo Overton.
Jo is a 36 year convert to the LDS church, a feminist, a democrat,  and an outspoken woman living in Utah. 911 more words

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Women's Equality Day: 95 Years Ago Women Were Granted The Right To Vote, Today Women Of Color Are An Extremely Important Voting Bloc

Aug 26, 2015 | By CAP Action War Room

Today marks 95 years since the certification of the 19th amendment, which granted women access to vote. 474 more words


civilrightsactivist reblogged this on Civil Rights Advocacy and commented:

[caption id="attachment_114" align="aligncenter" width="180"]ERA words button The ERA: Equal Rights Amendment to the US Constitution First introduced by Alice Paul in 1923 after women were given the right to vote in the US Constitution in 1920. It needs three more state to ratify it before will be included fully recognized in our Constitution.[/caption] Women were granted the right to vote 95 years ago. We are still waiting for passage of the Equal Right  Amendment that was first introduced in 1923. Meanwhile here's some info on the positive impact of what the 19th Amendment did for women, particularly women of color.

Some people will never know the magic it takes to look natural.

Just got compliments on how much better I look without makeup today. This is how much I had on. Please just enjoy the view if you’re clueless on what I need to look “natural”.