April’s Inspirational Icon—Shonda Rhimes

Born in Illinois on January 13, 1970, Shonda Rhimes was the youngest of 5 siblings. She recieved her B.A. at Dartmouth College. She later recieved her M.F.A. at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts. Rhimes has always had an exemplerary work ethic. From her highschool days all the way through the University of Sounthern California, her unique horse-like work ethic is one of the most important reasons why she is at the pinnacle of the television industry.

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10 Tips To Stay Sane During Quarantine

These uncertain times have the potential to knock your mental health into all sorts of whack. COVID 19 is undoubtedly something severe, and you have all the reason to fret over it, but there are many different ways to balance this nervousness. From exercise to meditation, there are plenty of simple, daily activities that you can use to keep your mind at peace. So, continue reading for 10 tips to stay sane during quarantine.

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Here’s How Racism Impacts Pregnancy Outcomes

Racism hasn’t gone anywhere, it’s just changed from the traditional plantation owner into mass incarceration and many other tactics. And underneath the intricate healthcare system of the United States — much like any other part of the country — lies a deeply ingrained foundation of racism. This isn’t new information, but you may not realize how severely racism affects maternal health. So, keep reading to find out how racism impacts pregnancy outcomes.

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