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“ fem-me-fatale: “ highkey-melanin: “ thehijabstylist: “ I knew she had a degree but didn’t know she was the most educated First Lady. ” this needs to be on everyone’s dash… ” Michelle was actually Baracks political advisor that’s.

9 Awesomely Elegant Home Fragrances

9 Awesomely Elegant Home Fragrances

Get lost in the intoxicating aroma of the season's most superior scents.

Having long acted as a mentor for young designers, Brand Assembly founder Hillary France now gets to bring them to one of America's oldest department stores, Lord & Taylor.

Brand Assembly, a West Coast Trade Show, Is Expanding Its Retail Footprint

Having long acted as a mentor for young designers, Brand Assembly founder Hillary France now gets to bring them to one of America's oldest department stores, Lord & Taylor.

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3 Reasons Kids Benefit From Having a Working Mom: The future looks bright for the next generation!

17 Amazing Productivity Boosts

Staying productive may not be as easy as it seems. Here are 17 ways for you to create produce, improve, and maintain your productivity at home and at work.

Retail's Winter Of Death Has Claimed Thousands Of Stores

Retail’s Winter Of Death Has Claimed Thousands Of Stores

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以貌取書,英國圖書封面設計學院獎 » ㄇㄞˋ點子

Letters from dead people, slime, animal bones, and 20 other subscription boxes for people who know *exactly* what they want.

23 Incredibly Specific Subscription Boxes You Somehow Need

Letters from dead people, slime, animal bones, and 20 other subscription boxes for people who know *exactly* what they want.

Ruby Bridges, 1960 Ruby Bridges (born 1954) was the first African American child to desegregate an elementary school when she walked into William Frantz Elementary school in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1960.

Today in Black History, - Ruby Nell Bridges Hall was the first African American child to attend an all-White elementary school on November 1960 at William Frantz Elementary School at the age of six.

Patricia  Banks -- One of the first African American flight attendants. She and her fellow AA attendants faced daily racism and hatred from their coworkers, the pilots, their supervisors, and the passengers.

Patricia Banks -- One of the first African American flight attendants. She and her fellow AA attendants faced daily racism and hatred from their coworkers, the pilots, their supervisors, and the passengers. She paved the way for others.

Debbie Allen, the Houston-born dancer, actress and director extraordinaire turned 63 today! In this 1984 photo, she is attending the NAACP Image Awards on December 4, 1984 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles. Photo by Ron Galella/WireImage.

Debbie Allen, the Houston-born dancer, actress and director extraordinaire turned 63 today! In this 1984 photo, she is attending the NAACP Image Awards on December 1984 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles. Photo by Ron Galella/WireImage.

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