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Jeremy Howard Talks Life as a Plus Size Male Model | Chubstr

Jeremy Howard Talks Life as a Plus Size Male Model | Chubstr | Big, Black & Beautiful | Scoop.it
Jeremy Howard talks being too big to be a mainstream model & too small to be a big & tall model. Will we ever see a variety of models of size? Read more.
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BOOK REVIEW Soul Food: The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine - The Skanner

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BOOK REVIEW Soul Food: The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine
The Skanner
But Adrian Miller would be more inclined to blame it on a shift in the black diet away from traditional cuisine in favor of processed and fast food.
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Ku Klux Klan meets with NAACP - Politico

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Ku Klux Klan meets with NAACP
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He said he paid the $30 fee to join, plus a $20 donation. But Abarr said he didn't ask anybody at the meeting if they would like to join the KKK. “You have to be white to join the Klan,” he said.
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Plus-size women in focus, in NY fashion week first - ABS CBN News

Plus-size women in focus, in NY fashion week first
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NEW YORK - Full-figured women had their day on the catwalks of New York on Friday when hometown designer Eden Miller unveiled her plus-size collection -- a fashion week first.
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Everhealthier Women, Cancer Prevention App, Could Save Your Life - Huffington Post

Everhealthier Women, Cancer Prevention App, Could Save Your Life - Huffington Post | Big, Black & Beautiful | Scoop.it
Everhealthier Women, Cancer Prevention App, Could Save Your Life Huffington Post The numbers are hard to ignore: African-American women are 40 percent more likely to die from breast cancer than white women, and Latina women are about 1.4 times more...
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