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  • Author Spotlight: Johanna Sparrow

    Author Spotlight: Johanna Sparrow0

    Johanna Sparrow is the pen name of veteran author Antoinette M. Watkins. Presently a resident of San Antonio, Johanna/Antoinette has been writing for nearly two decades now. Over the years, she has published a wide range of self-help books that center round personal growth, beating the odds and maintaining strong relationships with near and dear ones

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  • Wednesday Wonder Woman: Linda Lee

    Wednesday Wonder Woman: Linda Lee0

    Our Wednesday Wonder Woman today is Linda D. Lee, the CEO of LL Media Group, LLC®, a Personal Development Consultancy company specializing in Emotion Management Strategies located in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas. “I/Embrace & I/Educate (TM)”, is a catalyst for her global vision pertaining to freedom from mental bondage in life, business and career. She is

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  • Black Female Entrepreneurs to Compete at SXSW for Over $10,000 in Pitch Competition

    Black Female Entrepreneurs to Compete at SXSW for Over $10,000 in Pitch Competition0

    MVMT50 TO SHINE SPOTLIGHT ON BLACK WOMEN INNOVATORS IN 2ND PITCH COMPETITION   AUSTIN, TX, JAN. 25 – MVMT50 is taking their pitch competition to the next level with PITCH BLACK: THE FUTURE IS FEMALE at South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Festival 2018. On Sunday, March 11, exemplary Black female founders and co-founders will take the stage at

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  • B&E News Roundup: The NFL, Kaepernick, Snoop Dogg, & Mary J.Blige

    B&E News Roundup: The NFL, Kaepernick, Snoop Dogg, & Mary J.Blige0

    • NEWS
    • January 24, 2018

    The Latest on the NFL Yesterday the NFL announced plans for their “Let’s Listen Together” campaign, “a joint player and ownership commitment focused on social justice” as the organization described it. Let’s Listen Together will focus on “supporting programs and initiatives that reduce barriers to opportunity”  and states that “improvements in education and economic development,

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  • Black Judges Unite to Form Pipelines to Possibilities

    Black Judges Unite to Form Pipelines to Possibilities0

    • NEWS
    • January 21, 2018

    These sisters are breaking the Prison to Pipeline concept! The #MeToo and #TimesUp movements are not the only ways women are coming together and making a difference. Four Black women in Dallas, Texas, Judge Amber Givens-Davis, Judge Lisa Green, Judge Shequitta Kelly, and Judge Stephanie Mitchell have joined forced to start the Pipelines to Possibilities

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