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Native American Barriers to Voting

A reblog from Blind Injustice about voter suppression of Native Americans in North Dakota.

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I’m doing this for me ❣️

This was such an inspirational post I had to reblog and share.

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States Show the Way on the Opioid Epidemic

nyti.ms/2MLCMhC The successes on these fronts can be attributed in part to efforts to boost rates of insured individuals — people who are dependent on…

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For Parents: Get Involved With Your Child’s Education

What Is The Role Of Education? What we need is not a history of selected races or nations, but the history of the world void…

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Let Interviews Work For You

Interviews can seem intimidating especially for high schoolers, college applicants or young adults trying to land their first job. The competitive landscape makes interviews look…

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RIP Aretha Franklin 1942-2018

Aretha Louise Franklin, born March 25, 1942, died at her home on August 16, 2018, at the age of  76 years, reportedly from complications of…

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Trump Dehumanizes People Of Color

nyti.ms/2MklUhP President Trump added his former White House aide, Omarosa Manigault Newman, on Tuesday to the growing list of African-Americans he has publicly denigrated on…

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White Nationalists Rally Escorted And Protected Reveal Not All Lives Matter

Angry counterprotesters far outnumbered the small band of far-right demonstrators who turned out in Washington, and then quickly dispersed, on the anniversary of the violent…

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Ew A Pigeon. Or; If You Will How White Folks Feel About Melanin.

This reblogged post is a reminder of mindfulness and comfortableness in one’s skin. What other people think of you is their business. As long as…

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Catholic Hospitals Expand

As Catholic Hospitals Expand, So Do Limits on Some Procedures

www.nytimes.com/2018/08/10/health/catholic-hospitals-procedures.html By Katie Hafner One in six hospital patients in the United States is now treated in a Catholic facility, according to the Catholic Health…

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Culture

Communication Styles: My Jamaican-American Culture

Comments motivated this post. One of the most consistent feedback I get from readers is my tendency to generalize. Often I don’t even realize I…

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FFT: Questions For Black Women

Food For Thought:  Questions For Black Women ARE BLACK MEN WORTHY OF BLACK WOMEN NO. Why? Black men have disseminated their sperm cells, but very…

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