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December 10, 2011

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Fantastic Window into the Life, struggle, of the Invisable Black Women... The Blace Woman can not be defined by White People!!!. WP have no clues as to the depth of this brave and courageous Black Women. Don/t put Labels upon my Head, Don/t throw Shame in my Face; Because you do not take the time to ask, or inquire about the quest nor the plight of A Black Women. Clearly MHP invites and exposes you to take a Good Look at this Women; Just like You; Potential, Values, Needs; The Common Good is her Favor Only difference, she is Black...

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