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Remembering Kate Spade

It is with a heavy heart that the fashion industry loses another iconic designer and businesswoman. On June 5, 2018, Kate Spade was found dead in her New York City apartment due to an alleged suicide. Kate leaves behind her husband, Andy Spade, and her 13-year-old daughter, Frances Beatrice Spade.

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Feminism, Gender Equality & Cultural Pride

Feminism, gender identity, and cultural pride go hand-in-hand with contemporary women’s empowerment paradigms.  The movie, Black Panther, demonstrates these concepts beautifully.

As we push toward progressive, positive social change, labels and status-quo norms are challenged.  Some find this change frightening while others welcome it and push it even further.

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Generation Z: First Majority “Minority” Generation

Gen Z is also known as the Internet Generation.  Does Gen Z know and understand their cultural significance as the first majority “minority” group?

I never liked the word “minority.”  When I wrote about the word in my Princeton University thesis many years ago, I wrote how its political use denoted powerlessness and its social labeling was demeaning for racial groups such as African Americans.

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Top 10 Best Summer Activities for Girls

Boredom during summer months out of school can inadvertently encourage technology abuse and may lead to the exploration of activities that have nothing to do with self-development.  Planned summer activities for girls during this important time can make a big difference.

When Sisterhood Agenda implemented its SisterCamp:  Summer Enrichment Program for several years (reboot coming soon!),

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