Tag Archives: Women of color

First.Only. Different.

Shonda Rhimes coined the term ” First .Only. Different.” an FOD in your field comes with a unique responsibilities and a potent opportunity to rewrite the rules, to redefine norms, to represent for the communities that haven’t had a seat … Continue reading

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The Experience

Hooks Ain’t I a Woman blew my mind because I read it at a time when I’d never had a close friend who was a woman of color. Now I turn to memoir a lot when I want to understand … Continue reading

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Does Your Job Title Matter?

Does Your Job Title Matter? This became the talk in my circle after I sent out the article “Does Your Job Title Matter? ” I like to think of myself as a humble person, but full confession, I worked my … Continue reading

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The Black woman

True the Black woman did the housework, the drudgery; true, she reared the children, often alone, but she did all of that while occupying a place on the job market, a place her mate could not get or which his … Continue reading

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