Month: August 2014

The age of the Super Hero

Over the past 10 years or so, we have all been hungry for films that feature a hero in them—from Spiderman, to Ironman, to Captain America, to the Guardians of the Galaxy, which according to the latest box office reports, is the #1 movie of the summer, grossing nearly $252 million. We especially love the

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My two cents on celebrity role models for our young black girls.

I had a conversation recently with a co-worker who happens to love Beyonce and believes that she is such a great role model for young girls and women. Now, I don’t begrudge the sista for her success, she’s a good entertainer and is apparently a good businesswoman, or at least has competent, knowledgeable business folks

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The downside to working for someone else

Most of us working class folks are working for someone else. We’re getting up everyday, leaving the comforts of home, saying goodbye to children, dealing with office politics, micromanagement, and all for the sake of getting a paycheck which is rarely reflective of our true worth. At the end of the day, you take a

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