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Sexual Harassment: Who is the Villain?

Women must stop portraying themselves as perpetual victims. As an African American woman, I have been more oppressed by women than men. So, women, stop the sanctimonious attitude!

This essay is commentary on the recent revelations and accusations of sexual harassment, rape, and pedophilia committed by powerful men.  It attempts to put this problem into context. First, with exception of the second woman who accused Congressman Al Franklen of improper behavior, I believe the women who have come for

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Positive Black Men - Show Yourselves

Black Professional MenSometimes it seems like African Americans are in a silent war – the war against the media.  The problem is that most of us don’t even know that the war is raging on; and we are losing.  Many of the breakthroughs on television of positive African American male characters have been reversed, and what once seemed like a leveling of the media playing field has turned into a 500-foot waterslide leading us right down the tubes.

It happened so fast that we may not have even realized it, but gone from TV

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