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S.W.I.F.T. Sisters are working hard and gearing up for the release of the May newsletter! In this edition we will be honoring Black women who made an in significant impact in our lives. What better time than the month of May for this to arrive. Mother’s Day is all about recognizing women who are mothers and mother figures. We look forward to sharing with you the awesome works acknowledging amazing Black women.
Originally posted on Bossip: La’Porsha Renae Apologizes For “Homophobic” Remark La’Porsha Renae was in hot water for saying she didn’t “agree” with the “LGBT lifestyle” when asked for her two cents on Mississippi’s anti-LGBT bill. The American Idol runner-up is a Mississippi girl. Here’s what she said: “This is how I feel about the LGBT…
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Originally posted on HelloBeautiful: #tbt me and my baby girl💗 A photo posted by Melonie Wright (@meloniebygrace) on Mar 31, 2016 at 10:31am PDT We’re so proud of Melonie Wright! Her triumphant story is a lesson on the importance of never counting anyone out! Faith and determination can help you to overcome any setback. Melonie’s Instagram…
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