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The Solution

I’m the solution not the exception. Maximize, don’t minimize me. -Jennifer Hudson Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real-life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture of “positively … Continue reading

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Systemic Racism

Re: “Olympics miss the mark on inclusion” [July 11, Opinion]: The most significant story of this moment after a year of racial reckoning is the continuing institutional degradation of Black women athletes even as their achievements are celebrated. A few examples must … Continue reading

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Black Women

As Black women, we feel like we always have to be strong and independent, which is tough and wears on us a lot,” she says. “I’m trying to be more vulnerable for the next generation of Black girls who see … Continue reading

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When to Clap Back

I am a staff member at a predominantly white institution. The other week my colleague asked me to welcome a new employee to our university even though we’re working remotely, and I do not work with this new person’s team. … Continue reading

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Style & Grace

It really doesn’t matter what our bank accounts is – Black women always figure out how to be fly and dope. We have something quiet specials, you know? The way we dress and do our hair, and our style – … Continue reading

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