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The Power of Sisterhood

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United and Strong: Rising Through The Struggle

12th Annual Women of Color Leadership Conference Reiterates Importance of Unity

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United and Strong: UMKC Women of Color Leadership Conference

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The Six-Word Postcard

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“Our Time: Voices of Color in a State of Unrest”

Journalist Michele Norris will serve as keynote speaker at the UMKC WOCLC

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A Way of Sharing

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“Little White Lies” Change Lives

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“Little White Lies” Change Lives

Filmmaker Lacey Schwartz uses life lessons to empower women at Women of Color Conference

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Empowerment through Creative Expression

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Judy Smith will serve as keynote for Women of Color Leadership Conference on May 22

The crisis management expert is the inspiration for TV’s “Scandal”

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