Mo'ne Davis

The 12-year-old Minnesotan earned high praise from Pittsburgh Pirates manager Clint Hurdle.
The Hampton University head softball coach said the school is "blessed" to have Davis.
Here's how the young athlete felt as the world around her celebrated her triumphs.
Granted, we still have a long way to go as far as gender equality. Women still don't take home the same paychecks as the professional male athletes do, but hopefully the momentum is building.
Originally made famous by her stellar performance at the 2014 Little League World Series, Mo'ne is adding accomplishments
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If you are a girl or young woman, you are damned if you don't and damned if you do. If you refrain from any expression of sexiness, you may be written off as irrelevant and unfeminine. But if you follow the guidelines, you run the risk of being judged, shamed and policed.
Contrary to popular belief, Black people are not responsible for carrying the burden of white remorse. We are no one's moral mules and neither are we anyone's ethical scapegoats. We are more than that. Much more.
It is time to question the resources being outlaid to sports programs when elementary educational programs are being curtailed.
We have a slut problem, and Larry Wilmore knows it. h/t The Cut Back in my day, a slut was a girl who developed faster than