What we wanted to do is The rules are simple. Black girls who live in one of 13 southern states that SBGWC serves: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia must fill out a simple application online explaining how they intend to spread joy to at least 10 people while social distancing and how they would spend the prize money to do so. This article originally appeared on Montgomery Advertiser: Group wants to give black girls cash for spreading joy during coronavirus pandemic.
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Every once in a while, someone would post something that Alden, an attorney, disagreed with—in particular, she began to notice that a few moms had a habit of sharing anti-vaccine memes. But it was infrequent enough that she just rolled her eyes and ignored it. But then, when the pandemic began, the tone of the posts suddenly changed. The anti-vax moms became louder, and there seemed to be more of them.
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By Peter Lloyd for MailOnline. In their bid for continued relevance, Western feminists love to complain about a variety of innocuous habits - especially, it seems, if they're committed by men. From 'mansplaining' to so-called manspreading, their vilification of innocent blokes is virtually endless. Yet, despite their righteousness, it seems the sisterhood need to look a little closer to home before dishing out criticisms of the opposite sex.