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Why Black Women Need To Mind Their Own Business

The day I discovered my purpose, I envisioned myself leading a mass exodus of people from their corporate jobs to running their own business; kind of like how Moses lead the Jews out of Egypt. And it seems my purpose may not be so far off from what needs to happen, especially for Black women in America. I recently read a report by the Center for American Progress on The State of Women of Color in the United States which highlights the barriers women of color face, despite being a very important player in the fate of our economy. According to …

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BOLD. BARE. POWERFUL. Pauleanna Reid Joins 14 Other Women For Emotional Intelligent Conversation.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TORONTO, ON (Oct. 17, 2013)—The 2013 Bare Day Campaign is a campaign with a mission to promote emotional intelligence through education, advocacy and change, by unifying women to affirm their self-acceptance, while being conscious of how their societal conditioning effects their minds and behavior.

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Pauleanna Reid Releases New Girl On The Block Handbook

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TORONTO, ON (Sep. 3, 2013)—Female entrepreneurs face plenty of obstacles, but, according to a new study, the biggest roadblock they face may be self-created.

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Gabriel PR Helps Youth with Career & Education Challenges

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sandra Gabriel speaks to youth about navigating career and educational paths. TORONTO, ON, (Feb 02, 2011)—Sandra Gabriel, chief relationship officer for Gabriel Press & Relationships (Gabriel PR), Toronto PR agency, spoke to a group of youth at the Center for Education & Training (CET) in Mississauga, ON last week, about how to navigate their way through choosing a career and education path.

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