Reminders from #StandwithWendy
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Reminders from #StandwithWendy

Anyone who was up after midnight on the East Coast Tuesday might have noticed a stream of tweets with the hashtag #StandwithWendy. At first I wasn’t going to tune in. It was after midnight and I knew I had a long day Wednesday. But after reading several tweets (shout out to @jennpozner & @veronicaeye) I … Continue reading

Double-Latte Project April 2011: Running Start
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Double-Latte Project April 2011: Running Start

Running Start has to be one of the best discoveries I have made doing school work (well beyond tools that directly help me to do my school work better). A few years back I did a graduate certificate in PACs and Political Management and in my PAC class we had to do a project about … Continue reading

Applications Now Open! Running Start’s National YWPL High School Program
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Applications Now Open! Running Start’s National YWPL High School Program

Please forward the below information to any high school aged young women you know, this is a FREE program except for a $10 application fee and travel costs. The application is due 16 Feb 2011! I have placed some information about the retreat below but I encourage you to visit www.runningstartonline.org to view the application and to learn … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 11 June 2010

Author’s Note: So I have not posted anything in awhile but I have found myself reading so many articles that I thought it would be best to pick things back up again. As always even if I’m not posting I am reading. Check out what I’m reading via my Google page. Enjoy the post! -DNMP … 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

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Links of the Week 19 Feburary 2010

Black History First Black Ice Skating Pair to Compete in Winter Olympics Top Five Children’s Messages of Hope for Haiti Confusion in Sharp Focus This is a link to an interesting art exhibit by an Iranian artist. She uses an interesting use of fabric and everyday household items to make her point. Johnetta B. Cole … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 22 May 2009

Now that school is out for summer 😀 I am slowly working my way back to blogging. This week’s links are light but still some good things to check out. Happy reading. -DNMP Top Five Running Start – Empowering Young Women to Dream Big Running Start is a great organization that I volunteered with when … Continue reading