Yalanda P. Lattimore 

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#DryerBuzz — Follow the buzz with DryerBuzz.com blogging home to Yalanda P Lattimore. Meet Yalanda living Atlanta style and blogging great debates since 2002. DryerBuzz was born from a passion of writing, a love of community, and spirit of connecting like minds. Yalanda spends hours upon hours writing and engaging a following of unique men and women who enjoy cultural lifestyles, civic engagement, and opportunities for a great debate. A master of social media and strategic engagement, Yalanda masterfully enfolds all mediums into one informative destination — DryerBuzz.com Friends and…

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Hair She Goes! Co-Founders of ChicRebellion TV Create Space for Women of Color | New Internet TV Network | Watch

Hair She Goes! — With four outstanding original web series that premiered with the launch of their innovative web site, ChicRebellion.TV ( http://chicrebellion.tv/ ) became a buzzing Internet TV Network for women of color. The network develops, produces, distributes, syndicates and airs original web series programming for this audience, and decidedly serves a group of women who are often overlooked within mainstream media. “As a Black woman who has worked at both mainstream and niche media outlets for more than 15 years, it has always been my passion to find…

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Buzz with that Brother! Free Online Class- 10 Things Boys Want Their Moms to Know Tuesday, August 7 at 08:00 PM EDT

Taylor Hinton of The Gentleman’s Movement will host an online workshop to address something that you may think your son is not exposed to: a thug mentality. Marie Roker-Jones Presenter A thug mentality is a thinking that one is entitled to something and it doesn’t matter how he gets it. A man with a thug mentality doesn’t have self-respect or respect for others. We’re seeing more bullying and violent acts committed by boys. Despite having a strong foundation and family values, a boy may be exposed to peers with this…

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Buzz with that Brother! ‘Dark Knight Rises’ Shooting Victim Stopped to Help Young Mom – ABC News | The Clippings

A Colorado teenager who survived the mass shooting at a midnight screening of “The Dark Knight Rises” in Aurora this morning helped keep a young mother, her young child and her 4-month-old infant safe even though he was injured himself. Jarell Brooks, seen in this undated handout photo, was shot in the leg on June 20, 2012 at a screening “The Dark Knight Rises” in Aurora, Colorado. (Courtesy Deidra Brooks) Jarell Brooks, 19, has been released from Denver General Hospital and is now recovering at home after he suffered a…

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BrotherBuzz: “Why Did My Daddy Leave?” Honest and Transparent Dialog | WATCH | The Fatherless Generation Foundation Inc. | Living Atlanta Style

“Why Did My Daddy Leave” will be a honest and transparent dialog about why men are leaving their families to be raised in their absence! Update: Catch the Buzz You Missed. Video Courtesy of werfatherless Buzz Behind the Buzz: The Fatherless Generation — Are all men “Deadbeat Dads?” Why would men leave their children to be raised in their absence? What is really going on in the Family Court System? … are just some of the questions to be discussed!   Moderator: Shawn Lovings Panelist currently includes Okeeba Jubalo, Dujuan…

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The Clippings: Trayvon Martin mom Sybrina Fulton on Zimmerman shooting: ‘I believe it was an accident’ | The Lookout – Yahoo! News

Trayvon Martin’s mom, Sybrina Fulton, said in an interview on the “Today” show Thursday that she believes it was “an accident” that George Zimmerman shot and killed her son in Sanford, Fla., on Feb. 26. “I believe it was an accident,” Fulton said. “I believe that it just got out of control, and he couldn’t turn the clock back. I would ask him, did he know that that was a minor, that that was a teenager and that he did not have a weapon? I would ask him that I…

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