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Donald Trump Fails John Lewis History Lesson

Donald Trump Fails John Lewis History Lesson

by | January 17, 2017

The fact that Donald Trump would have the unmitigated gall to allude to John Lewis being incomp

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Letting Go and Moving Forward in 2017

Letting Go and Moving Forward in 2017

by | January 9, 2017

The year 2016 started out with a great deal of promise. Before we lament, we must still be than

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Kim Burrell’s Words Show Homophobia Alive and Well in Black Community

Kim Burrell’s Words Show Homophobia Alive and Well in Black Community

by | January 8, 2017

Kim Burrell has added her undeniably controversial perspective on an issue that has been an ong

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There’s a Price to Pay for Using Credit Cards

There’s a Price to Pay for Using Credit Cards

by | December 26, 2016

Young consumers are the most vulnerable when it comes to credit cards.

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2016: A Rough Year on Many Fronts

2016: A Rough Year on Many Fronts

by | December 18, 2016

More than a few people have lamented that they see 2016 as one of the worst years in history

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Turn the Page from November 8, 2016

Turn the Page from November 8, 2016

by | November 20, 2016

We can lament, cry and whine all we want to about this election, but it is too late. We had the

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A Great Choice for University President, Until She Doesn’t Want to Be Bossed

A Great Choice for University President, Until She Doesn’t Want to Be Bossed

by | November 17, 2016

Just as we saw immense sexism, including internalized sexism among White women, we are seeing s

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The 2016 Presidential Election — Postscript

The 2016 Presidential Election — Postscript

by | November 14, 2016

For some people, November 8, 2016 is one of the greatest days in American history. Others may v

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Emil Guillermo: ‘Almost Christmas’ Almost an Antidote for the Election of Trump

Emil Guillermo: ‘Almost Christmas’ Almost an Antidote for the Election of Trump

by | November 13, 2016

On the Friday after the most shocking election in recent history, I elected to shut off the new

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Cultural Issues ‘Trump’ Economic Issues for Many White Voters

Cultural Issues ‘Trump’ Economic Issues for Many White Voters

by | October 30, 2016

According to a recent study, 72 percent of likely voters supporting Donald Trump, in particular

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How Did the Republicans Lose Their Hope and Their Party?

How Did the Republicans Lose Their Hope and Their Party?

by | October 24, 2016

The political posturing and back and forth will come to a screeching halt on Tuesday, November

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Freshman Year Doesn’t Have to be Stressful

Freshman Year Doesn’t Have to be Stressful

by | October 18, 2016

I don’t think that I had any bouts with stress while I was in college. Of course, the word

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Crude Trump Train Keeps on Rolling

Crude Trump Train Keeps on Rolling

by | October 12, 2016

Just when you thought that this political season could not get anymore bizarre, it sure did.

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Our Voices will be Heard When We Vote in November

Our Voices will be Heard When We Vote in November

by | October 9, 2016

America is the home of the brave and the land of the free. One of the greatest privileges that

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Racial Incidents Hit Close to Home: On My Campus

Racial Incidents Hit Close to Home: On My Campus

by | October 2, 2016

Last week, a young White college student dressed as a gorilla taunted a group of Black Lives Ma

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