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Black Women and the Great Resignation Why Victoria Quit - Youre Not Finna Kill Me

Black Women and the Great Resignation: Why Victoria Quit – You’re Not Finna Kill Me

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Photo provided by Victoria Uwumarogie Black Women and the Great Resignation: Why Victoria Quit – You’re Not Finna Kill Me As told to Veronica Wells-Puoane of NoSugarNoCreamMag.com After a decade working as an editor at MadameNoire.com, Victoria Uwumarogie left the site due to burnout and the feeling of betrayal. Read what she had to say about her decision to walk…

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Black Women and the Great Resignation Why Danyelle Quit I Gave That Job My Power

Black Women and the Great Resignation: Why Danyelle Quit – I Gave That Job My Power

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Photo by Unfit Christian.com Black Women and the Great Resignation: Why Danyelle Quit – I Gave That Job My Power As told to Veronica Wells-Puoane of NoSugarNoCreamMag.com Danyelle Thomas, founder of Unfit Christian, a digital brand that centers on Black faith and spirituality, left her job at the top of this year. The first in our series about Black women…

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Black Women and The Great Resignation: Why Olesha Quit – I Was Exhausted

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Photo provided by Olesha Haskett Black Women and The Great Resignation: Why Olesha Quit – I Was Exhausted As told to Veronica Wells-Puoane of NoSugarNoCreamMag.com Olesha Haskett, 36, was a teacher in the DMV area. From 2014 to earlier this year, she taught everything from second to sixth grade. But the demands of the pandemic, physical and mental exhaustion, and…

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An Open Letter To MadameNoire

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An Open Letter To MadameNoire By Veronica Wells-Puoane of NoSugarNoCreamMag.com   I’m going to address you like the people of the internet do: as if you’re a singular person, a real woman. I just felt the need to offer a few words as I close out one of the most incredible chapters of my personal and professional life. I remember…

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Black Women: Mistress Marley Explains How Findom Healed Her from Corporate Trauma

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Photo by Calvin Lupiya on Unsplash Black Women: Mistress Marley Explains How Findom Healed Her from Corporate Trauma As told to Veronica Wells-Puoane of NoSugarNoCreamMag.com Originally published on MadameNoire Most of us are waiting for the government to pay us what they owe us in the form of reparations. But Mistress Marley collects hers through her individual clients: white men…

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These Black Military Servicewomen Are Unapologetically Rocking Their Natural Hair In Uniform

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Captain Deshauna Barber, U.S. Army, photo courtesy of Vogue In 2014, Army Regulation 670-1 mandated that soldiers were banned from wearing most natural hairstyles—including “twists, dreadlocks, Afros and braids”– along with hijabs, religious beards, and turbans while in service. Continue Reading But in January of 2017, after receiving numerous complaints that the ban was discriminatory from members of the Congressional Black…

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She Lost Her Best Friend To Breast Cancer While Pursuing Her PhD. Here’s How She’s Still Fighting For Her.

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Breast cancer researcher Dr. Joy McDaniel in the laboratory at Huntsville’s HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology. McDaniel’s work may lead to a new targeted therapy for deadly triple negative breast cancer. (HudsonAlpha photo) Written by Tiffani Greenaway of MyMommyVents.com Dr. Joy McDaniel was pursuing her PhD when her she lost her best friend. At just 24 years old, breast cancer took…

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Here’s Why We’re Talking About #BlackWomenAtWork

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Written by Tiffani Greenaway of MyMommyVents.com She went to work, like any other morning. Grabbed her coffee, meticulously applied her makeup, and started her day. She was strong, capable, ready to take over the world. And then, it happened. Continue Reading When Maxine Waters and Alicia Ryan started their morning, they had no idea that a regular workday would soon…

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