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Apryl Sims

APRYL SIMS, Lover of all things hair, Manager & partner with Percell Keeling in Simply Wholesome, Apryl is happy to be part of the Simply Wholesome team. She brings fifty years of practical living experience coupled with over thirty-five years of Marketing, Sales and Management expertise. Educated at Howard University
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Faculty Senate unanimously votes to create African American Studies Department

The Academic Senate’s Legislative Assembly unanimously approved Thursday a series of changes that will create the Department of African American Studies at UCLA. Faculty representatives voted to disestablish the Interdepartmental Program (IDP) in Afro-American Studies, approve the bylaws of the new department and approve the transfer of B.A. and M.A.
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Dr. Lekeisha A. Sumner, PhD, ABPP

Dr. Lekeisha A. Sumner, PhD, ABPP is a licensed clinical psychologist (CA License: PSY 22662) with Board Certification in Clinical Health Psychology. She is an Associate Professor of Psychology in the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University (APA Approved) and an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department
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Tasha Auset

Tasha Auset , a spiritually driven spoken word artist uplifting this new generation with positive truth that isn’t in the history books. This elated artist is focused on teaching and healing through poetry and music. She is a student of kemetic science and african history of the past, present and
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Dr. Noelle Reid

Dr. Noelle Reid, is a board-certified Family Medicine Physician who completed her residency at Harbor UCLA Medical Center and medical school training at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine (one of the top 10 medical schools in the nation by US News & World Report). She is currently
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Obama signs executive order on equal pay for women

Keeping with his promise to champion women’s rights in the workplace, President Barack Obama signed an executive order Tuesday that addresses the issue of unequal pay among federal contractors. While equal-pay advocates hail the move as a victory, many also say it doesn’t go far enough. The executive order addresses
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Former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. transferred after prison dispute

Former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. has been moved from a federal prison in North Carolina to a minimum-security prison camp in Montgomery, Ala., after clashing with prison officials and being placed in solitary confinement, a source told the Chicago Sun-Times. The 49-year-old former Chicago congressman had been advising other
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