By

Bria Griffith
Audiences sat home aghast at the September presidential debate between incumbent President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Not just because the president tried to steamroll his opponent and showed no respect for time limits or decorum or even because the president stood on a stage and refused to reject white nationalists before millions...
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I imagine when the Geto Boys penned the lyrics to “Damn it Feels Good to Be a Gangsta,” they weren’t thinking about women being the gangsters. But they should have been. Not the Scarface, Godfather or Bonnie and Clyde kind of gangsters; rather, the cradling the universe while birthing civilizations and fighting for equality at...
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I’m not a foodie, but I do love good food. Growing up, the smells from the kitchens or grills of the women and men in my family made my tummy jump and face smile. Those smells were usually a signal to me that I could take a break from sports and games with my brothers...
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The word entrepreneur is based on the Sanskrit word “Antha Prerna,” which in translation means “self-motivated.” However, in the fourth grade when I learned how to spell entrepreneur, I didn’t think about motivation or what was required to be a great entrepreneur — I thought about being the boss. Business school later taught me that...
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