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There are positive alternatives in our communities, and by making these alternatives visual, we can begin to build our people through our stories. Please follow the links on the descriptions of the following women that have chosen paths that are not always followed, but should recognized as options.

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Posted By: Emmanuel Brown
Wednesday, March 17th 2010 at 7:44AM

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