Political racism and Pres. Barack Obama

On Feb. 1, 2012, the Huffington Post reported that Republican Kansas House Speaker Mike O’Neal forwarded an email stating the following: “At last — I can honestly voice a Biblical prayer for our president! Look it up — it is word for word! Let us all bow our heads and pray. Brothers and Sisters, can…

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Work, Weekend and Play: Bags for the Fellas

(1) Try out the Jcrew Belstaff Messenger Bag for work. Ive loved this bag for years. This bag was inspired by vintage British military bags. Great for travel or everyday use, it has plenty of pockets for storing your laptop, iPad, cell phone and all things large and small. Complete with canvas strap, urn-key closure, antiqued brass-finish hardware…

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Rock This Style: Tips for Chic Business Attire

If you’re scrambling to put together the perfect look for your upcoming work event, here are some simple tips that will help you put together the perfect first impression outfit.

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The standard of beauty trends towards a more ethnic look

Over the past decade, an appreciation for ethnic beauty has been on the rise, and these natural features are becoming popular among Caucasian women who desire to look more “exotic.” More voluptuous figures, fuller lips and darker skin, features traditionally associated with women of African, Latin and Asian cultures, are “in.”

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Roundup Russy Presents the “Naturally Yours” Contest

[Spotted on RoundupRussy.com] Russy wants to treat 2 lucky ladies to a day or papering at the Salon.. Apply within

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African Couture

African fashion has long been revered for its use of color and print, and now the international fashion world is following their lead.

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First African-American genomes completed

Researchers recently compiled the complete genetic instruction books for two people of mixed ethnic ancestry — a Mexican-American and an African-American.

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A genetic journey back in time

How far back can you trace your family history? A few generations, maybe? How about 60,000 years?

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