Black women embrace enhanced bodies

September 15, 2017 Dalinda Ifill 0

Dalinda Ifill-PressatFor some African-American women, the natural features and body-types that were once celebrated as “black is beautiful” have evolved to represent a new meaning that involves cosmetic surgery/procedures to enhance their body shapes and facial features.

Grandmothers change appearances, but not roles

September 15, 2017 Dalinda Ifill 0

Dalinda Ifill-PressatGrandmothers are often sit at the core of African-American families, as the respected matriarch. While the fundamental role grandmothers have in African American culture is still notable in present-day grandmothers, the image changed. The physical representation of a grandmother has evolved to represent a glamorous way of life – a way of life that embraces the 21st century phenomenon of being a “glam-ma.”

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Restructuring education through technology

August 15, 2017 Alexandra Venancio 0

Alexandra Venancio
Technology is a part of everyday life but questions abound as to whether it is useful in education. Teachers, administrators and parents in Rhode Island are debating when technology should be introduced, how much it should be used, and what types are most beneficial to learning.