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Mary Jane embodies that Black woman struggle that is only seen in our living rooms and behind the big oakwood closed doors of an expensive therapy session. This isn't the stuff that we like to talk about. These aren't the issues that we like to admit to others or ourselves that really do exist.
How can we change this social and cultural context? How can we increase these girls' self-esteem? How can we reassure these mothers?
Of course that scary remark will come sooner or later: 'You are not even my real dad.' A child that is denied something 'utterly' important, or is 'unfairly' disciplined tries to find hurting words and comes up with the ones she or he thinks are the worst.
Cookie Johnson, wife of basketball legend Magic Johnson, stops by HuffPost Live to discuss her son coming out.
After many years at University I thought was armed with everything I needed to conquer the working world: vast knowledge of the history of the media industry, an understanding of media jargon and the ability to successfully regurgitate information I had read in my textbooks.
Terry McMillan joins HuffPost Live to share her thoughts on immigration, and Marco Rubio.
Some 60 years ago, a doctor in Baltimore removed cancer cells from a poor black patient named Henrietta Lacks without her knowledge or consent. Those cells eventually helped lead to a multitude of medical treatments and lay the groundwork for the multibillion-dollar biotech industry.
As the Paula Deen saga continues to unfold, many notable figures are sharing their thoughts on the controversy surrounding
In honor of Father's Day I want to share the most important, financial lesson I've learned to date. It's one that my dad taught me and is the reason I am The Budgetnista. The Bike Story...
Georgia Southern University Investigating Link Between Savannah Vaults, Slavery
The disparity, along with limited opportunity for upward mobility might also explain the shift black women have been making
Frank Ocean's act equals emotional justice; emotional revolution. One step at a time. One conversation at a time. One revelation at a time. Emotional justice is about giving voice to hurts - present and historical - to speaking the most intimate truths.