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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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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 29 January 2010

Top Five (In Order) Continuing to Address the Needs of Haiti From a Gender-Informed Lens Read this cause you won’t hear this on the Big Six…sigh..and because this type of news is not on the Big Six, I don’t get my news from TV anymore except for PBS. Corporation Runs for Maryland Congressional Seat to … Continue reading

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Clearing My Inbox: Oldies But Goodies Part 2

I’m still working on clearing my inbox. I have made a lot of progress. Here are more older links I have found while doing some Spring…err Summer Cleaning online. This time I will be more organized with the links. Part 3 coming soon… July Has American Apparel Gone Too Far? Check out this post about … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 7 August 2009

Top Five Sotomayor Fans Claim the Phrase ‘Wise Latina’ Congratulations to our newest Supreme Court Justice – Sonya Sotomayor! If I was a Latina I would wear a ‘Wise Latina’ shirt with pride! Raul Castro: Cuba to Slash Social Spending “Bacon as a Weapon of Mass Destruction” Okay watching this almost made me sick. It … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 10 July 2009

Top Five Chile se ha enamorado de Bachelet This El País article discusses how President Michelle Bachelet of Chile is the most popular president of the world. Her approval ratings surpass Calderon, Lula and Obama. Additionally her Department of Interior has a 68% approval rating despite a world economic crisis and an unemployment rate of … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 3 July 2009

Top Five (In order) Michael Jackson: Our Brother, Not our ‘N**ga’ Limiting migration: People Protectionism This article reminds my why I miss my The Economist subscription…but budget cuts had to happen. I may try the online subscription though. Letters from Luvvie: Dear BET (Guest Post) Except for some of the language use, I don’t curse … Continue reading