Category Archives: African American Women

Groovy Man, Sistah Girl, All Is Good. I’m A Straight Shootin’ Son of A Gun

Phrases often meant something different years ago than today. For example, I quoted The Three Dog Night, “Joy To The World” in a book set in the 1960’s to the early 70’s. It would be out of place to apply … Continue reading

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Finding Me: A Memoir by Viola Davis

According to reviews this memoir is vastly different from Cicely Tyson’s, but a look at a life many didn’t know existed.

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Road Rage. Man runs over woman twice with his SUV. A New Jersey man was accused of attempted murder Wednesday after he allegedly plowed into a fleeing woman in an apparent road rage attack that unfolded in a suburban front yard. All she did was asked for his insurance … Continue reading

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Stacey Abrams has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize

Earlier this year, it was confirmed that Stacey Abrams has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize – here are her five facts about her. OSLO, Norway – U.S. voting rights activist and Democratic Party politician Stacey Abrams has been … Continue reading

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You don’t need anyone’s permission to be excited about something. Congratulation to All African American Women!

For those whom the Inauguration of Kamala Harris means the most to and the long wait is final over. Congratulation. You long deserved it. There would be no America were not for the labor of black women. I can imagine … Continue reading

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