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Bulaong Ramiz
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A twenty-something living an ebullient life
A twenty-something living an ebullient life

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#blksapblackout
On Friday, a collective of Black Student Affairs Professionals
(BLKSAP) took over the Student Affairs Professionals Facebook page with the
sharing of articles, videos, and personal stories addressing the experiences of
Black people in higher education. This...
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Keynote: West Chester University Women of Color Day Luncheon
"There is no greater agony than bearing an
untold story inside you." Maya Angelou   "Mr. Chairman, and to the Credentials Committee, my name is Mrs.
Fannie Lou Hamer, and I live at 626 East Lafayette Street, Ruleville,
Mississippi, Sunflower County, the hom...
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An Open Letter to #Concernedstudent1950,
What happens to a dream deferred?     Does it dry up     like a raisin in the
sun?     Or fester like a sore—     And then run?     Does it stink like
rotten meat?     Or crust and sugar over—     like a syrupy sweet?     Maybe it just sags     like a heavy...
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Stream of Consciousness: Inspired by Moral Monday CT & Watkinson School
In 2007
I was attending Watkinson School, a private school on Bloomfield Avenue off of
Albany Avenue. It was my senior year; I was in photography and working on a
project for the spring semester. My project was titled “Socioeconomic
Disparities on Albany Av...
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To you:
I don't know if anyone told you this today but I love you, you are valuable, you are heard, and you matter. In all your fragility, in all your resiliency, you carry in you the hopes, dreams, desires, fears, passion, fire, and energy of all those who have co...
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Intentional Acts of Kindness: 26 years and counting
One year and a day ago today I posted "Bu's 25th Birthday Bucket List"   a collection of goals I set for myself in an attempt to be more intentional about how i spend my time, money, and energy. I have done so much growing since I first made that list and w...
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The Soul of this Black Woman
I was asked about three months ago to contribute to piece " A Look into the Souls of Black #sapros " for The Student Affairs Collective. In this piece, four Black student affairs professionals answer the question presented in W.E.B. DuBois "Souls of Black F...
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Following Up: My Response to #SACHAT Shaming
Stacy, Thank you for your email & reaching
out to me. I have given a lot of thought about what to say or how to respond to
you in a way that would encourage you to do more learning and growing but that
would also satisfy my need to hold you accountable publ...
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The Privilege of Hearing my Story
I started this blog as a way to hide from what was my quickly declining relationship. This blog was my mask. My way of pretending that I was okay, that my relationship was perfect, and painting the image I wanted to world to see of me and my partner. Then m...
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