Double-Latte Selection January 2012 – BLACK GIRLS ROCK!
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Double-Latte Selection January 2012 – BLACK GIRLS ROCK!

Happy New Year! This post marks the one year anniversary of the Double-Latte Project. I started this project as a way to give back in a small way and to highlight some great organizations and people in my corner of the internet. In 2011, I focused on the following three areas: Women & Politics, Public … Continue reading

Double-Latte Project – August 2011 Generation Enterprise
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Double-Latte Project – August 2011 Generation Enterprise

This month’s Double-Latte Selection is: Why Generation Enterprise? Well one of my focus’ for this year’s Double-Latte selections is people in my network and one of the founders of Generation Enterprise is a member of a fellowship program that I did, the Institute for International Public Policy (IIPP). I met Clara Chow in 2005 as I … Continue reading

A Refreshing Page Turner – “Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?”
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A Refreshing Page Turner – “Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?”

During my sophomore year of college a new president was inaugurated at my alma mater Spelman College, Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum. In the mist of all the excitement and pomp and circumstance, I purchased the two books Dr. Tatum had written: Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? And Other Conversations … 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 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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Clearing My Inbox: Oldies But Goodies Part 3

August Ex-WSU Student, Dayton dancer hits big with Obama Impersonation He’s really good! July Young Leaders We Support: 4 New Endorsements Click this link to find out about some endorsements from WUFPAC. Committee Members Speak out–Or Stay Mum–On Health Care Reform Another great resource from OpenSecrets! Alter: Our Health-Care System is Fine As Is! June … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 28 August 2009

Top Five OFA Blog: Remembering Senator Ted Kennedy Rest in Peace Senator Kennedy! Thank you SO MUCH for your years/decades of hard work. This clip is from the 2008 Democratic National Convention. I was so moved by him during that week. I wish I would have paid more attention to his work and commitments sooner. … Continue reading