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Beneath the stereotype of the angry black woman is an overlooked vulnerability. Rahiel Tesfamariam writes that black women act as if there is a war being waged against us. Yes, yes and more yes. Tesfamariam recognizes that the U.S. still doesn’t know how to deal with the “angry black woman,” whether she’s Solange in an […]

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Started-From-the-Bottom-08

It started here: 20 Things the Rich Do Every Day, an article posted to Dave Ramsey’s website.  There was a big bru-ha-ha surrounding the article, enough so Dave amended a response.  Somewhere in there, Rachel Held Evans’ responded on CNN’s belief blog.  Then I happened upon a few twitter critiques comparing him to Joel Olsteen.  I […]

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netizen |ˈnetəzən| noun a user of the Internet, esp. a habitual or avid one. ~ The one that explains why Feminism matters.  And even though “I came out” last week as a non-identifying Feminist I respect and agree with this postion. Feminism matters because there is still so much work to do. Feminism matters because […]

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netizen |ˈnetəzən| noun a user of the Internet, esp. a habitual or avid one.   Are You Focusing On The Obstacle Or The Opportunity? by Michael Hyatt Perhaps if it had been us, we would have spent more time focusing on the problem—analyzing Goliath, digging deeper into the problem, and trying to understand the various […]

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On 9/11, I have a vivid image of my husband bounding into our bedroom, swinging open the door and yelling, “Gracee, wake up!  We are at war!”  My 1st thought, of course was nuclear war.  I thought we had days, hours, perhaps even minutes to live.  (I know I’m such a drama queen, but seriously […]

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