The Gabrielle Impact: Why The Black Woman Is No Longer An Alien In America
By April Byrd on August 07, 2012
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earth, more like the force that’s shaking it, by truly making an impact. It’s true, we had to first recognize ourselves to be recognized by others, but now after ages of Essence Magazine, supportive online media websites, and the literary excellence of Maya Angelou, Toni Morrison, and Iyanla Vanzant it’s safe to say we clearly see who we are. We have finally arrived as a major influence in modern culture, even though some people still have to catch up, the landing has been made. In the epoch of Michelle Obama, the empire of Oprah Winfrey, and the spirit of Gabrielle Douglas identification is present like never before. Black women are no longer extraterrestrial to the nation; we are now even more imperial. Everyone has a charge to be excellent, no matter what race...So let the revolution be televised!
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