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Dr. Natalie Hernandez is determined to bring awareness to a number of public health issues in an effort to educate people in her community. Rolling out spoke with Hernandez about how her educational and life experiences have helped her become the woman she is today and how she uses those experiences to move the community forward. As…

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Democrats wrestled away control of the U.S. House of Representatives from Republicans and President Donald Trump during one of the greatest Election Day turnouts in modern American history. As it turns out, however, there was no “blue wave” and overwhelming repudiation of Trump’s divisive politics as political pundits and many candidates had hoped. Despite record numbers of…

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Tell us about your nonprofit. The mission of Golf. My Future. My Game. is to create and manage strategic-alliance initiatives in the areas of business, career development and education within and around the sport of golf. We are targeting our efforts at women of all ages, millennials and persons of color. GMFMG is working to…

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The millennial era of beauty is all about the perfect contour and over-the-top airbrushing. Millions of young women are glued to YouTube channels watching makeup, hair and skincare tutorials from their favorite beauty gurus in hopes of gaining insight on how to achieve a flawless look. There are many videos on the internet with MUAs, hairstylists and estheticians…

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Spelman College’s Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement wrapped its 11th annual Women of Color Conference on Thursday, May 14, 2015 at Atlanta’s Georgia International Convention Center. This year’s theme, New School Leaders in the Digital Era, was a two-day presentation curated to showcase the technology trends and the leaders in digital culture. The two-day event…

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This past week, Women of Color in Communications, otherwise known as ColorComm, held their “Coffee Connections” network meeting during the morning hours at a downtown café. The morning event is a member-to-member knowledge sharing opportunity for female communications professionals. Envisioned as a place and space where women can learn from one another on how to be…

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The divide between dark-skinned and light-skinned women continues … so thinks one R&B singer, Tank. Yesterday, the recording artist, who was arrested last week after refusing to surrender his license during a routine traffic stop, followed up the poor decision by igniting a Twitter debate where he “unknowingly” threw shade at dark-skinned women, in a…

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Life’s Spices from Seasoned Sistahs, published in 2005 is a literary anthology from Nubian Images Publishing Company. The book of inspirational stories is a compilation of submissions by women of color from every walk of life. It won the Foreword Magazine Book of the Year Award, the Los  Angeles Black Book Expo’s Best Anthology, and The Independent Publisher…

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