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News on the Breast Cancer Front

A month can’t go by without hearing about a friend, or a friend of a friend’s, breast cancer scare or diagnosis. My heart sinks every time. The anxiety of not knowing can drive you insane. “Staying calm is easier said than done,” a friend reminds me. We like to empower you with information so that […]

This Week in Washington: December 5, 2011

December 5, 2011 by  
Filed under black women, congress, obama, politics

The White House: This week, the President will welcome Prime Minister Stephen Harper of Canada to the White House. Canada is a close ally and partner of the United States, and the President looks forward to discussing our important bilateral relationship, including economic competitiveness and security, and key global issues. The U.S. Senate: The Senate […]

World AIDS Day: Don’t Just Blog/Tweet About It, Be About It

December 1st is World AIDS Day. A day where the bloggers and tweeters will wax eloquently about the importance of getting tested, raising awareness, and taking action. Can you imagine the progress we would make as a community if everyone who blogged, tweeted, or retweeted actually got tested? I challenge everyone to put action behind […]

Breast Cancer Awareness In Months Other Than October

October was National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  It was hard to miss.  My Twitter fam had their pink ribbon Twibbons, the National Football League was rocking pink nonstop and there was even a Lifetime movie dedicated to breast cancer.  I was in full awareness mode myself.  I hate cancer.  I had my pink Komen awareness […]

20 Years Ago Today….

Magic Johnson announced to the world that he was HIV positive 20 years ago today. I was in high school. I didn’t understand HIV/AIDS enough at the time. It scared the hell out of me though. And I certainly didn’t think Magic would still be alive today. But that shows you what faith, family, money, […]

You Down With HIV?

I remember a comedian riffing off of Naughty by Nature’s song Other People’s Property (O.P.P.) Instead of the song’s hook, “You down with O.P.P.? Yeah, you know me,” the comedian would add his own words….”You down with HIV? Hell naw, not me!” That comes to mind on this 27th day of June, National HIV Testing […]

Book Recommendation: Black Woman Redefined – Available Now!

My good friend and colleague former JET Columnist, White House Reporter, MSNBC / Grio.com & Essence contributor Sophia Nelson has penned a new book that everyone is talking about! Black Woman Redefined:  Dispelling Myths and Discovering Fulfillment in The Age of Michelle Obama. We all heard about and were appalled by the Psychology Today article last week […]

Have We No Shame?

March 18, 2011 by  
Filed under black women, in the news

Have We No Shame? Hat tip to Politics from the Eyes of An Ebony Mom for highlighting a recent article written by Star Jones for Uptown Magazine. I’m not a Star Jones fan. But I’m also not a hater. She operates in a realm of celebrity I rarely pay attention to. So it was with […]

How Ethnic Can You Be At Work?

February 16, 2011 by  
Filed under black women, race, work

Marie Claire has an excellent article on women professionals navigating their ethnic or religious traditions within the work environment: In the last decade, the number of minority women in mid- and senior-level managerial positions increased almost 50 percent, according to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. And despite working in offices that claim to embrace cultural […]

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