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NBC News Feb 11
Nafessa Williams is breaking barriers as TV's first black, lesbian superhero. “I am very grateful that I was given the opportunity to give voice to this character and show young black lesbian women that it’s OK to be themselves." -
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NBC News Feb 23
: is telling the stories of 10 black women who are shaping their communities and making waves in 21st century America. Meet the honorees.
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NBC News Feb 22
: For more than a decade, Millie Brown has been working hard to give mothers and families who have lost children to violence a reason to smile. -
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NBC News Feb 18
: Jasmine Crowe is the founder and CEO of Goodr, a real-time food rescue app that connects businesses with local charities to arrange deliveries of leftovers to people in need. -
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NBC News Feb 7
Tiffany Loftin, director of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's youth and college division, brought more than 1,000 students to participate in the March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C., in March 2018. -
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Judith Kabukie Ocansey Mar 1
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NBC News Feb 16
Tiffany Loftin, director of the NAACP Youth and College Division trains today’s youth to build more political power for people of color.
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NBC News Feb 13
“I heard ‘no’ so many times, but I didn’t get defeated because what I was fighting for was worth it: I believe that everybody deserves to eat," Jasmine Crowe says. -
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Dawn Trudeau May 2
Today tell yourself this! Believe it, because it’s the truth! You are worthy.
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NBC News Feb 17
Brandice Daniel, founder of Harlem's Fashion Row, is providing a platform for black fashion designers.
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NBC News Feb 9
“Quality food... is the right of every child, really every human being,” Betti Wiggins said. -
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NBC News Feb 9
US District Court Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is a decisive force, applying rules to any and all. -
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NBC News Feb 11
As more children connect over the internet, Veda Woods is dedicated to making sure they have the resources and tools to protect themselves from harm. -
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NBC News Feb 8
: Tiffany Loftin empowers today’s youth by using social justice activism. -
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NBC News Feb 18
Valencia Clay, a teacher at Baltimore Design School, is on a mission to educate and inspire students.
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IllumeWorks Feb 3
See the 2019 honorees for leaders, , leaders
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Ally Donnelly NBC10 Boston Feb 13
Black women are making a difference in Boston. Next up in ⁦⁩’s fabulous series , state Supreme Court Justice Kimberly Budd. ⁦⁩ at 6pm.
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NBC10 Boston Feb 27
Next at 6 p.m. on : sits down with to talk about her path to victory in our series.
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Mark Garfinkel Feb 13
I am proud to have shot still photos for this. Please join ⁦⁩ ‘s Latoyia Edwards as she features Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Justice Kimberly Budd, during tonight’s 6pm news as she continues her series , in honor of Black History Month.
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Yasdet Maldonado MD, MMM May 4
Dr. Andrea Sikon discussing strategies for Resonant, Impactful @ . Highlighted the importance of focusing on the possibilities, not the problem. Once heard a CEO say “to work the problem”. Even better, let’s work the possibilities!
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