Category: Women’s Studies
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Journalist Debra Dickerson has written a controversial book, The End of Blackness, about changing social and political dynamics in the Black community. Dickerson says that “blackness” has forced African Americans int...
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AIDS does not discriminate and gender brings nuances to the dreaded disease. (1014)
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FIRST LADY OF BOXING. Patricia Jarman is used to keeping up with some of the toughest men in the world. Jarman, also known as the "First Lady of Boxing" is a pioneer in the sport, becoming a prominent judge for heavyw...
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The guests on this program represent a group of affluent and influential Americans. Harriett Michel, president of the National Minority Supplier Development Council, and Dr. Marilyn French Hubbard, Vice President of ...
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In 1970, the legendary Lena Horne spoke candidly about her divorce and a remarriage to a White man. She stated that she “failed” her first husband: “I had first married a Black man and I wasn’t a big enough woman to ...
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Actress-singer Sheryl Lee Ralph discusses her roles in the play "Dreamgirls" and TV's "Code Name: Foxfire"; and problems Blacks face in getting quality acting parts. (831)
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Sarah Harrison, a vice president of one of the top five pharmaceutical companies in the world, and Rev. Barbara Reynolds, an author and award-winning journalist, discuss the triumphs and pitfalls of being successful, ...
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While soaring professionally, pioneering journalist and author Barbara Reynolds almost drowned in a private hell of the demons from her past -- abandonment by her mother, incest, longing for the children she did not b...