Tag: Black Women

“Insecure” Sheds Light on Reality
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“Insecure” Sheds Light on Reality

By Imara Bright-Johnson, Staff Writer Posted 10:00 PM EST, Fri., Mar. 24, 2017 When defining the typical African-American woman, most people go for descriptors like strong, independent, and effortlessly flawless with a huge amount of confidence. Though many Black women do possess these qualities, the reality is that they are imperfect and there are not many…

COLUMN: Chivalry is Dead and Our Women are Paying the Price
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COLUMN: Chivalry is Dead and Our Women are Paying the Price

By Jason Ajiake, News Staff Columnist Posted 11:45 PM EST, Mon., Sept. 19, 2016 A St. John’s University graduate student was murdered last weekend after telling a man to stop harassing her at J’Ouvert, an annual celebration of Caribbean culture in Brooklyn. Tiarah Poyau, 22, repeatedly told the man, Reginald Moise, to stop grinding against her…

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