Wednesday Apr 1st 2015More News
Changes in the HBCU landscape may render black civil rights lawyers extinct
by The Grio 1 year ago
After graduating from Lincoln University, a historically black college and university (HBCU),Thurgood Marshall couldn’t return to his hometown of Baltimore for legal training because the University of Maryland Law School refused to admit blacks. He had no choice but to attend another HBCU: the Howard University School of...
7 Ways I’m Learning to Love Myself More This Holiday Season
by xoJane 1 year ago
Lately, my mantra is "I am made of love." Yeah, it's kind of dumb, but that's OK. BECAUSE I'M MADE OF LOVE.
5 Tips To Remember On Your Next Interview
by Danielle Pointdujour 1 year ago
The interview process nearly always includes a sit down with human resources as well as your potential future boss and colleagues. The folks in HR don’t have to do your job everyday so they know the bare minimum about the day-to-day requirements of the position...
Do You Want to Date a White Guy or a Guy Who Just Happens to be White?
by Danielle C. Belton 1 year ago
A while back a friend of mine suddenly announced that she was going to start dating white guys—which, you know? Sounds dandy. Sure. Go forth and be down with the swirl. But (and there was a but) I was skeptical of whether or not she...
One Love, Two Religions
by Janelle Harris 1 year ago
For as many years as there are scriptures, Black women have lined the altars of churches to send up one specific prayer: ‘Lord, please send me a husband.’ Because most sisters are born-and-bred Christians, our search for love has been restricted to the handful of...
How Healthy Is Your Lifestyle?
by Clutch 1 year ago
Many of us agonize over our waistlines, our skin and the condition of our hair without acknowledging the obvious: if we aren’t taking good care of ourselves, our bodies and our well-being will suffer. Even if you’re the rail thin girl with the hyperactive metabolism,...