Friday Feb 27th 2015

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With More College Degrees Women Still Earn Less Than Men

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Although the gender wage gap has narrowed for women between the ages of 25 and 34 since 1980, women today are more likely to have a bachelor’s degree and still earn less than men a new report from the Pew Research Center revealed. In 2012,...

Speak On It – Why Aren’t More People Of Color Talking About Or Engaging In Travel?

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We all do it.  Sit at home or at our desks, dreaming about the far off places we can go and ogling jealously at pics of our favorite celebs frolicking in exotic locations across the globe.  Yet for many people of color those fantasies remain...

Want 2014 to be Great? Change Your Effing Narrative!

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Last week something AH-MAY-ZING happened. Unfortunately, I can’t talk about it just yet, but know that it was sorta  life changing. But as awesome as it was, it would not have been possible if I didn’t change the narrative in my head. Until two years ago, I...

Suge Knight Would Rather Be Called “N*$ga” Than “African-American” & TMZ Polls Readers

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Apparently people are still concerned with asking Suge Knight questions. None of which ever include, “Did you have Tupac killed?”. In a recent run-in with TMZ, the former Death Row Records co-founder/CEO said it’s ok to call him “n*gga*, depending on the circumstances. “Do you ever...

Are Burgers Putting Black Women At Risk?

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Black women who choose to eat burgers are more likely to become obese, a new study says. Researchers at Slone Epidemiology Center at Boston University discovered that eating burgers from restaurants twice a week or more could lead to a 26 percent higher risk of...

Tulane Senior Becomes Youngest Member in the House of Reps

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Last week Tulane University senior Jeramey Anderson turned 22 and was sworn into the Mississippi House of Representatives. He became the youngest member of the legislative body. Anderson won the seat after competing in a general election against a candidate backed by the Democratic Party....