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She Matters: If the recent season finale of RHOA is any indication, it just might be.
by Demetria L. Lucas onMarch 29, 2013
Anticipating reactions to the latest big news from Real Housewives of Atlanta, The Root's contributing editor Demetria L. Lucas, in a piece for Clutch magazine, questions why women can be so quick to give men the benefit of the doubt, but not other women.
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The ladies from Atlanta found reasons to fight in Anguilla. Plus: Ciara, Kelly Rowland and others performed on VH1 Divas.
by Celeste Little onDecember 3, 2012
The ladies from the ATL turn against one of their own. Plus: Two bloody aewsome season finales aired on Sunday.
by Jenée Desmond-Harris onNovember 5, 2012
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by Michael Arceneaux onSeptember 21, 2012
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TCA 2012: The Real Housewives star talks about her new NBC show and how she feels rich in many ways.
by Kelly Smith Beaty onJune 22, 2012
Writing at the Huffington Post, Kelly Smith Beaty asks how a city that was once the crowning jewel of black America has allowed itself to be positioned by television as the melting pot of black affliction.
by Jenée Desmond-Harris onMay 10, 2012
In today's link roundup: Get to know Sheree Whitfield's replacement on RHOA. Plus: Cory Booker says that he respects Obama's process on gay marriage.
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