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Michelle Obama Confronts Heckler at Fundraiser; Threatens to Leave

According to reports, Mrs. Obama threatened to leave the fundraiser after confronting a protester who interrupted her planned speech: “‘One of the things that I don’t do well is this,’ she said to applause from most of the guests, according to a White House transcript. ‘Do you understand?’”

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Stop Saying Little Black Girls Are “Too Grown”

What I’m saying is that there is a fine line between policing self-expression/controlling a child and protecting a child. You don’t have to be controlling to set boundaries and protect your child. Contrary to popular belief, self-expression is a right.

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MISSY ELLIOT’s Top Ten Greatest Music Videos

Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliot crafted some of the freakiest, stankiest, dirtiest, weirdest, most memorable music videos of the 1990’s and 2000’s. Missy’s music was always just as unique, innovative and bizarre as her visual presentation. Check out my list of the greatest Missy Elliot music videos of all time at BlackYouthProject.com!

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What would the World be Like if all Little Black Girls Were Treated Like Ms. Blue Ivy Carter

By Fallon 2:29 pm January 20, 2012 httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RR9NNyT5yEA What if we treated every little girl of color like we treat Ms. Blue Ivy Carter? What would the world be like if everyone in the world waited with breath held for every little girl of color Spirit to divinely make their grand entree into this world […]

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A Look at Why Interracial Relationships are Expected to be Between Black Men and White Women

By aria 12:12 pm December 28, 2011 This week I was talking with another bi-racial woman about our backgrounds. When I explained that my mom is black but has some French and Cherokee roots as well, she stopped me and asked, “Oh, your mom is black?” At that point in the conversation it was already […]

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