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Angela Majette

Female Born on October 12
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by December 31, 2019
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Integration of the races and placating tactics like affirmative action, diversity & inclusion, and body cameras for police officers have led Black America to become complacent or turn a blind eye to the disparities that the civil rights movement vowed to eradicate.   The racial wealth gap is persistently widening, police brutality and racial animus is on the rise, and schools are becoming increasingly segregated to the detriment of our Black students. These disparities in economics, education, ...
by December 11, 2019
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Netflix made awards show history by dominating the 2020 Golden Globes nominations, scoring its first-ever Best Picture nods for four of its films. The streaming service led the nominations in both film and television, with a total of 34 nods.   However, despite widespread acclaim, Ava DuVernay’s Emmy winning Netflix series “When They See Us” was completely ignored by the Globes.  In fact, the lack of melanin was obvious and telling.   Academy Award winner Mo’Nique has been outspoken against ...
by October 21, 2019
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Purposeful people act in ways that are personally meaningful and socially beneficial.  It gives a unique feeling of accomplishment when you contribute to a cause that aims to transform lives. And there’s no better way of achieving this than volunteering for a nonprofit organization. As little as an hour of your time devoted to volunteerism could have a positive effect on your community, career, and sense of purpose. Volunteering for a nonprofit organization goes beyond a single donation to supp...
by September 22, 2019
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It is undeniable that social media plays an important role in impacting our culture, our economy and our overall view of the world.  Social media has had a huge impact on today's society - both positively and negatively, and African-Americans are digital leaders, with 91% accessing the Internet on a mobile device.   Despite their confirmed status as digital leaders, African-Americans exist as a subculture on large social media platforms.  Black Twitter refers to Black people who use the social...
by March 19, 2019
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By:  Angela Majette Owner of Just Write Legal www.justwritelegal.com   I’m a mom, creative spirit, analytical thinker, beach bum, and introvert.  All of these realities contribute to the fact that for the last 17 years, I have been a proud member of the micro business club.  It’s an affordable club anyone with focus and determination can easily join.  If you have just started your new micro business – welcome to the club!  If you have been thinking about making the move, the good news is tha...