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Exploring Identity, Diversity & Inclusion 10h
Meet Kiara, an Innisfil high school student joins our panel to talk about equity & inclusion. Community Panel: Open to Change is moderated by Michèle Newton.
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LevelUpEdu 7h
Replying to @CBSThisMorning @BHISD
Did anyone think to talk to the black community? matter
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Grace Atkinson 10h
Replying to @mel_thegreat
Irish ancestors have horror stories too. But Feb isn’t white history month. We know those stories.
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mbvIe 12h
Wake up black voices, take a look around none of our concerns are ever addressed with the same rigor as non-blacks. Take a stand and support each other.
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sistasonfire 17h
SISTAS ON FIRE! A NEWSICAL (Dates: January 24 - 26 and January 29 - February 2, 2020) All shows 8 PM EST except Sundays at 3 PM EST. Get Tickets by calling the Theatre Box Office: 516-572-7676 (Monday - Friday 11 AM - 3 PM) 
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Exploring Identity, Diversity & Inclusion Jan 21
Let's embrace diversity & live inclusively. Meet panellist Keisha-Ann Shaw Hill, Innisfil lawyer, sharing her lived experience and perspectives on diversity and inclusion.
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WATZSProd Jan 16
“Nothing I M P A C T F U L can happen without C O M M U N I T Y . . “
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sistasonfire Jan 18
Society can accept a black woman’s anger towards a black man. This is not perceived as a threat to the American social structure, but a black woman isn't supposed to get angry about __________ (fill in the blank) 
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JORDAN BROWN Jan 19
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Breasted Boobily 12h
5 star review on for my girls! Brunch at Ruby's is a great listen... and available on Narrated by
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Tobiloba Adeyemi (Tobi) Jan 16
Hi Y'all! This is just a REMINDER of our campaign lunch today! I hope to see you there, spread the word! Time: 3;30 Venue; Amos Room (Guild of students) Date; TODAY Come through, have your say and be a part of the change you want to see.  
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sistasonfire Jan 16
"...Black women, labeled the survivors, the strong ones, were expected to endure and accept their suffering in silence..." A refuses to suffer in silence: 
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Anitaji'sWorld Jan 17
In the process of repelling racism & white supremacy, we must celebrate standing together in our communities as Black women of colour. Much prefer this: For Meghan
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Notorious VOG Jan 21
Btw! All this ranting stuff plays extremely really well with that whole and crowd. But, does nothing to improve the daily lives of black & brown folks living in Boston — America's most un-equitable Democratic control city & !
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Green Diplomacy Jan 17
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Sandy/Sahar Gooen Jan 20
Replying to @FTSGooen
and the upcoming are meant to serve as continued reminders that and that we should honor and listen to Black people. and today is especially important for .
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Full-Time Black Woman Jan 19
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MiniCooper Jan 19
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MiniCooper Jan 18
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Full-Time Black Woman Jan 17
If you're working OT & holiday hours this weekend, I see you stacking that cash Sis! Sometimes you do what you need in order to do what you want.  
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