...can the blowing wind turn up the skirt of a self-improved black woman,
as much as the self-improved black man can? Nature and Self-improvement resonate each other.
however I'm not clear as to what you mean by the term 'self-improvement' and diyouth
suggesting 'Black women are unreasonable'?
questioning your criterion, as I always hear ones say "I'm educated".
At what point would you say someone is educated?
and what does that mean or do for him/her
especially when one cannot major in all the subjects of life that relate to him/her?
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