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Safe Spaces for Women; Just Not Women of Color

A couple of weeks ago, the founder of the Wing Audrey Gelman wrote a feature for Fast Company where she addressed some of the issues that her company was having. If you don’t know The Wing is an all-women co-working space that’s experienced tremendous growth in the past few years. There are a few locations… Continue reading Safe Spaces for Women; Just Not Women of Color

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Your Bitterness Won’t Ruin My Honey Pot

Last month, to celebrate Black History Month Target released a short video highlighting the founder behind the brand The Honey pot. The Honey pot sells natural feminine products and the founder; Beatrice Nixon is a black woman. In the video, she noted how partnering with Target has helped her company, the support that they provided,… Continue reading Your Bitterness Won’t Ruin My Honey Pot

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Halftime Show Complaints Highlight Double-Standard for Women of Color

Happy Women’s History Month! As we celebrate the accomplishments that women have made and those we have yet to fulfill, I wanted to highlight some news that came out last week. The 54th Super bowl was last month and for the halftime show, Shakira & J.Lo performed; both are artists of Spanish descent. They used their… Continue reading Halftime Show Complaints Highlight Double-Standard for Women of Color

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Florida’s Supreme Court Strikes Down Amendment 4

I wanted to give a quick update to a post that I wrote last year about Florida’s Amendment 4, you can read the post here,Florida’s Amendment 4 and Jim-Crow Tactics. In the 2018 midterm elections, Florida voters, voted overwhelmingly to restore the voting rights of over a million formerly incarcerated felons. Ever since that historic… Continue reading Florida’s Supreme Court Strikes Down Amendment 4