Part-Time Facilitators (SIHLE)

Part-Time Facilitators (SIHLE)

Are you currently looking for a Part-Time Job? Do you have great communication skills? Are you African American Woman? Are you 18 years of age or older? Do you want a rewarding career helping out youth in the community? If you met all the requirements listed above, then we are definitely looking for YOU! Sisters Informing Healing Living & Empowering(SIHLE) The Philadelphia SIHLE Project, a program of Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC), is a healthy lifestyles workshop for young african american girls ages 14 to 18. We focus on reducing…

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Some Things For All Black Women To Celebrate

Some Things For All Black Women To Celebrate

Forbes recently released their list for The World’s Most Powerful Celebrities. Out of the first ten celebrities on that list, seven were African American. Among those seven, three were women. Now while some of these celebs aren’t the richest people, I think the fact that Forbes is naming a number of African American celebrities as the most powerful is great. This is the most number of African American celebrities that have been featured in the top ten in all the 16 years that Forbes has been releasing the list. Oprah…

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But You Don’t Talk Black

But You Don’t Talk Black

You don’t sound black. As in you don’t talk black. What is talking black though? How can an entire race be simplified to one way to act, talk, or look? I’m an African American woman but because I articulate and use proper English I don’t “talk” black. It’s one thing to grow up in the suburbs or go to a school that has majority of white people, but it’s another thing to be looked upon as if you don’t “fit” in with your “culture” because how the way you speak words…

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