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The Washington Post’s She the People: The GOP’s Savior Will be a Woman

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Is it not possible that our democracy needs a woman to restore the Republican Party of yesterday to its roots?

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The Washington Post’s She the People: Rihanna and Chris Brown Are Proof that Domestic Violence is Everyone’s Business

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Maybe what we need to teach our daughters and sons is that not only is domestic violence everyone’s business, the key to happiness is loving yourself first.

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The Washington Post’s She The People: Michelle Obama and the Broadsides on the Black Woman’s Backside

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Somatic norm image within the white community is changing to reflect what has always been the standard of beauty in the black community. The one thing that remains the same however is that our black is, and has always been, beautiful.

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The Washington Post’s She The People: Five Black Women Brought their ‘A’ Game to the Super Bowl

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Five black women brought their ‘A game’ to the Super Bowl by Michelle D. Bernard February 5, 2013 Beyonce Knowles, center, performing at the Super Bowl. (Video) There’s been a lot of chatter over the lack of feminist outrage over Beyonce’s half time show which, as one blogger complained, was “overly sexy,”  and “felt more […]

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The Washington Post’s She the People: With Women in Combat, will Military Finally Address Epidemic of Sexual Assault?

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January 24, 2013 Thursday, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta will announce that the Department of Defense will lift the ban on women serving in combat roles. This announcement comes on the heels of Wednesday’s hearing before the House Armed Services Committee on the Review of Sexual Misconduct by Basic Training Instructors at Lackland Air Force […]

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The Washington Post’s “She the People”:

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Bernard Center president & CEO Michelle D. Bernard argues that in November, African Americans, women, and persons of color who embrace conservative principles will not look to the Republican party in pursuit of the promises of our Declaration of the Independence.

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Violence Against Women Is No Joking Matter

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Not all men are rapists. Not all men rape virgins because they believe that doing so will cure them of HIV, AIDS, or other sexually transmitted diseases. Not all men ravage the bodies of women and girls because they view women as tools of war. Not all men physically or verbally abuse women. But there are men […]

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Romney Closes In On The Nomination

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Well, FINALLY, there is no doubt about it — the Republican Party nominee will be Mitt Romney. Last night he picked up three victories — Washington, D.C., Maryland and Wisconsin. His delegate haul puts him more than halfway toward getting the 1,144 delegates he needs to triumph in Tampa. Yet, despite last night’s trifecta, there […]

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Augusta’s CEO Problem Is A Question Of Character

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My father and brother, two of the most important men in my life, love golf. They play golf. They watch golf. They read about golf. They go to golf tournaments. They subscribe to golf magazines. They talk about all things related to golf every day of the week.

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