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  1. 10 Things to Never Put on Your Resume A resume is not meant to be your life story. You do not have to bare your soul and share every ugly detail of your work history. Your resume is your personal sales brochure whose only purpose is to get you an interview. To help show yourself in the best possible light, carefully choose what you put on and leave off of your resume. You should (almost) never include the following: 1. Dates that reveal you age. Sad to say, but age discrimination is alive and well. Ways to avoid revealing your age include not showing the year you graduated from
  2. wadddup LOVE. we have lots to talk about. Theres a new boy. hehehehehee

  3. WhiteWashing Race: Myth of a Colorblind Society
  4. This book is VERY interesting.... In depth reading on how sexual relations is shaped by race/ethnicity.... It even explain eroticism and the sex traffic in detail
  5. Just finished this last night and I still don't know what I think about it A critical examination of the relationships between various social institutions and the deaths in the Chicago Heat Wave.. I wonder if the same analysis could be applied to Hurricane Katrina and the govt. inepted response to the situation
  6. A very interesting piece on how people hustle to get by in the community. Nothing was surprising. Not even the preachers who confessed to sleeping with the congregation prostitutes to the drug dealers with superiority complexes. Good read
  7. Sad and depressing especially when you read about how most black men participate are polygamous (have engaged in sex with at least 2 partners concurrently) and that most African Americans think they are invincible when it comes to contracting HIV/AIDS and other STDS
  8. :OK!: :OK!: Very interesting.. but I don't know what is more disturbing... A book written about racism from the perspective of a white woman or a white woman writing this book about this subject?
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