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“Women Take The Lead” “Resurrecting Revival” “The Mothers of Gynecology” part 1

A rendering for “The Mothers of Gynecology” sculpture, which will honor enslaved women subjected to Dr. J. Marion Sims’ gynecological experiments in the mid-1800s. Spencer Platt/Getty Images Michelle Browder passed through Los Angeles this past week-end. She was picking up the sculpture’s steel armature from a fabricator in Las Vegas, then heading to San Francisco, where...

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“Marjorie Nixon Smith” Vote For “Marj, The Teflon Woman”

With the disenfranchisement of blacks at the turn of the 20th century after the Reconstruction era, Alabama Democrats suppressed populist challenges and the state became part of the “Solid South.” This constitution was not initially supported by the majority of Whites, but Democrats used the call of white supremacy to gain passage.[1] In addition to wanting to affirm...

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SUCCESS ON THE WAY, ASK DR. JEANETTE: “State Of The World” “The Way Out” Part 1 “What’s The Next Big Surprise?”

Doesn’t sound like a person, does it? There are many broken promises. We know. We don’t want to recall how many times someone has not lived up to our expectations (which can be unrealistic and even humanly impossible) especially when they have promised to keep their word to us. That’s part of human nature, the...

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“The Pre-Emminence and Exaltation of Self-Will” Part 1 MaMa! MaMa! Where’s God MaMa! Where’s God? Part 2 of 2

We don’t in fact know if George Floyd was asking “Where’s God?” But, one might assume he was calling for a response from heaven! He was in more than what might be called great distress. He was desperate for help! “I can’t breathe!” I heard this was “training day!” O’Lord! Is this what happens during...

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Eat What You Want…Oh’ Really?

Our appetites can master and control our lives. We reflect…or should I say most people reflect what they eat. Sometimes it’s more obvious with some than with others. Just because a person is not overweight, that doesn’t mean they are healthy. Exercise should be a built in regular activity in life. I didn’t start writing...

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“Husssh”: “Don’t Tell”

“Across the USA February Black History is celebrated annually; commemorating well-known figures such as Martin Luther King, Maya Angelou and Rosa Parks. February 21 this year also marked the 50th anniversary of the death of Malcolm-X, one of the most important leaders during the civil rights campaign. Aside from these figures, there are thousands of...

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“The Substitute”

Which would you prefer? Would you prefer being a “substitute” or long-term or permanent? What’s the difference?? To be a “substitute” doesn’t lend itself to a degree of permanence. Does it? Let’s think of it this way. Can you think of anyone or anything that was substitute, but also permanent? What did I hear you...