My New Year’s Resolution? A Cold Dish of Revenge.

December 31, 2013 0

There’s nothing quite like sitting back with your best girlfriends and plotting a diabolical strategy for revenge. I do have to say that as I get older, it does still taste as sweet. But it’s always important to stick with the all important rule of thumb: “Revenge is a dish best served cold.” […]

Citi Professional Women’s Network: You’re doing it wrong

December 30, 2013 0

I’m going to quote one of my favorite women leaders, Fannie Lou Hamer, “I am sick and tired of being sick and tired.” Here’s my open plea to Citi’s Professional Women’s Network – please stop with the open-ended citi discussion posts. Not only does that smell of Facebook, but Linkedin is a “professional” social media platform and it is imperative that women do not mix business with personal, especially when comments and discussion posts are memorialized in an open professional forum. […]

Putin’s Feminist Nemesis

December 28, 2013 0

Let’s face it, if there was a world leader Survivor show, Putin would win out of sheer calculation, taking out North Korea’s Kim Yong-jun without even waiting for the first tribal council, then slowly working his way through the list alphabetically without blinking or breaking a sweat. […]

A true love story

December 22, 2013 0

Telling their story with today’s perspective would be unfair. Life was different then. To understand who Clara and SFC Joseph E. Gantt were, let’s begin in 1946, just after World War II. Love was a luxury for black couples. […]

Affluenza Kills Four in Texas; Sickens Millions of Americans

December 15, 2013 0

What could possibly have motivated Texas State District Judge Jean Boyd, by all accounts a fair jurist honored for her integrity and courage by her peers, to make such an egregious, yes, criminal decision when she sentenced murderer Ethan Couch to 10 years probation and two years away from his parents. […]

The Disposable Sex

December 5, 2013 0

Amid the posts, tweets and news stories surrounding the tragic death of Fast and Furious Actor Paul Walker, you could barely hear a whisper about the murders of Kristy Robinson, Michelle Shepherd or Marilyn Redding. […]

Talk is cheap. What are you offering?

November 26, 2013 0

If the UN can pull off one giant event every International End Violence Against Women Day on November 25th, then that would be worth opening the flood gates and reminding all women of the violence that is suffered by our sisters everywhere on a daily basis. […]

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