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Save Our Girls From the Pole

Save our girls. It is such a simple phrase, but we need to save our girls. The American woman has worked hard to help our society to recognize girls as having equal value in our society. Yet, it appears that we have forgotten a segment of our black women. Chris…

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The Bystander and Hurricane Harvey

It’s been a week since Hurricane Harvey rolled into Texas, leaving nothing but death and destruction in its wake. When news first broke of the hurricane headed toward Texas I, like most people who have never experienced a hurricane, didn’t think too deep into it. Sure, I had the inner…

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Not Today Sis! White Walkers Pop Up On Howard University Campus with ‘Make America Great Again’ Hats & Get Their Feelings Hurt

On Saturday, during a tour of Washington, D.C. two female students from Union City High School in Pennsylvania, along with a group of nearly 30 other high school students, visited Howard University. Apparently, these two young ladies thought it would be amusing to wear their Make America Great Again paraphernalia on the campus of…

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This is Not the Big Comfy Couch

My professor once told me that the growth zone is located outside of your comfort zone. That means if you expect to grow then you better be ready to get pretty uncomfortable. This thought comes in the wake of so many people, including Fox News host, Melissa Francis, expressing how…

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Reclaiming My Brand! ‘Dunkin Donuts Drops Donuts

A subtle name change for one of the biggest doughnut pushers in the country has spawned a rather important discussion. Let’s talk about branding! Dunkin Donuts recently announced that several of their locations were going to drop the Donuts from their name. Doesn’t seem like such a big deal, right?…

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Mental Illness and Depression is Real Out Here

In wake of Rob Kardashian’s rants against Blac Chyna (see the previous article), we can truly say that mental illness and depression is real and that people need to take these illnesses more seriously. Regardless of social status, race, gender, and sexual orientation, mental illness and depression does not discriminate…