A Whole Team of Shaquille O’Neal’s – The 2013-2014 Seattle Seahawks
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A Whole Team of Shaquille O’Neal’s – The 2013-2014 Seattle Seahawks

I am really loving all the things I have been learning about the Seahawks Super Bowl Champions today. I knew about their on the field talents but I did not realize all of the amazing things they do off the field. I mention that the Seahawks are a team of Shaquille O’Neal’s because of the … Continue reading

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Blog Organizing: Oldies But Goodies

So I have been doing a lot of cleaning and upgrading on my blog this month and this includes looking into the post drafts that I have. While, looking to the drafts I found some old links that I was not able to share. Well since they were already drafted I thought I would put … Continue reading

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Actions Speak Louder – Support Scholarships for College Bound in DC Metro Area

Hi all, My friend Jameel, Morehouse c/o 2005, contacted me recently about a fundraising effort that he is involved in via his fraternity, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc, and I thought I would help him out by spreading the word. The 501(c)3 organization of his fraternity’s local chapter is is fundraising for its Ira Dorsey Scholarship Endowment Fund by … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 27 August 2010

Top Five Mosque Demagoguery Is Bipartisan Remade in China Fiske Names Spelman College a 2011 ‘Best Buy’ School A Different Way of Ranking Colleges Armstrong Williams Misleads as He Cheers on GOP Women Women & Politics Eleitores de Dilma estão mais decididos sobre voto, mostra Datafolha Small Business Bill Cannot Wait – Voice Your Support, … Continue reading

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What I Learned From Oscars Tweet Coverage: Actions Speak Louder!

So I am trying to write a paper that I should have started a month ago but I am also checking my Twitter feed periodically. What I have learned tonight via Twitter is that Precious/Mo’Nique won some Oscars tonight. I also have read a series of complaints about the film winning surrounding these victories perpetuating … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 5 March 2010

Author Note To those that read this blog regularly, thank you :), you may have noticed that I have not listed many political posts lately. I am working on this but I have to admit that I am VERY disgruntled with the US political system and how it works. As a result, I have not … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 26 Feburary 2010

Black History The Black Snob’s Annual Black History Month Post Where She Complains About Black History Month (Rants) No the above link is not to the life of important African-Americans like Booker T. Washington, Emmit Till or Harriet Tubman but I do think this is a great post that shows the good and bad to Black … Continue reading