Bringing HR Back: Seven Seconds

Posted Posted in DefiantWork

  No matter what you see on the Twitters, HR’s reputation is in jeopardy right now. We got issues. We are taking a beating with all of the #MeToo stories of sexual harassment and even rape that goes on in the workplace. The latest organization is the Dallas Mavericks, according to articles and reports, women […]

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The Resistance of American Women

Posted Posted in DefiantLife, OriginalPIC

It’s March! This means we celebrate women in history. Through the US Congress’ designation in the late 80s, this month offers a special opportunity in our schools, our workplaces, and our communities to recognize and celebrate the often-overlooked achievements of American women.  I’ll honor seven women with this post by sharing with you their stories. Heidi […]

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Burning My Bra

Posted Posted in DefiantLife

I’ve been trying to write about #MeToo and my own brand of feminism for several months – it hasn’t come easy to me and I think I figured out why: I was still caught in the mindset of “it’s just the way it is.” It’s just the way it is – because that’s the way […]

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BWB (Blogging While Black)

Posted Posted in DefiantLife

  2011, that’s when I started my first blog the now defunct “CostOfWork”. Back then I didn’t even know what a blog was. I also didn’t know what I was doing. My first few articles stunk! Wait, I am talking to black people, it “stank”. See what I just did, I changed my writing style […]

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Excuse Me, But Africa Is Not A Sh*thole! It’s a Beautiful!

Posted Posted in DefiantLife

For years, I looked upon the President of United States of America as a figure of power, intelligence, and respect. Sadly, the man that is sitting in the Oval Office is making a  mockery of it and its citizens. When a country sits aloft the world order, that position comes with great responsibility. What happened in the White House on January 11, 2018 shows the utter lack of sensitivity, knowledge, and […]

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