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I am thrilled to see that Black girls are all the rage these days. It’s about time. For those that are super late to the party, just about every Black woman I know is sincerely the shit.Being a Black girl from Baltimore, I have learned through my own personal experiences the single best way to make it through day to day interactions with white people who more often than not expect inferiority from you in presence, communication, and execution. That part of the truth used...
We made it! Winter’s finally over, daylight saving time is here, and we can welcome in spring with open arms. It's seriously time to bring in some brand new energy— and we've collected some simple crafts to help you do just that. Brighten up your space with these fun and springy projects, with a little help from good ol’ mother nature. 1. Homemade Natural Fruit & Vegetable Dyes Nothing says “Hello, spring!” like injecting some color into your wardrobe. This easy DIY from Popsugar tells you exactly...
Shonda Rhimes and the actresses of her hit TV shows are showcasing their support for Hillary Clinton in a new campaign video recently released by Clinton. The video features TV show creator-extraordinaire Rhimes, Scandal’s Kerry Washington, Grey’s Anatomy’s Ellen Pompeo, and How to Get Away With Murder’s Viola Davis. Together, the ShondaLand stars express their support for Clinton by describing their on-screen characters in a shared speech. “Everyday I wake up and play a brilliant, complex, over-qualified, get-it-done woman who obsessively fights for justice. Who...
Geometry nerds and pie lovers rejoice, today is your day. It’s Pi Day, the day we celebrate the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. It’s also known as the day we eat pie— as if we needed an excuse to eat pie. Pie comes in a circle, so it’s also educational to eat pie today. Please join me in celebration with some of the best pie pics celebrating pi on the internet. Just so you don't think I'm a monster, I've linked all...
Happy Pi Day! Every March 14th (3.14), America celebrates the mathematical constant π (pi). Why we need to celebrate this, I don't know. But it is a fun excuse to bake and eat pie, throw pies, and talk about the lady mathematicians who changed the world. Win Win 1. Hypatia (AD ~351-415)  Known as Hypatia of Alexandria, Hypatia was the daughter of the mathematician Theon Alexandricus. Following in her father's footsteps, she became a mathematician and philosopher after being educated in Athens. Around AD 400, she was named head...