Daughter Of Caribbean Immigrants Named New Dean At Harvard

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. July 25, 2018: The daughter of Caribbean immigrants has been named a dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at the prestigious Harvard University. Professor Claudine Gay, who was born to Haitian immigrant parents in New York, will assume the position on Aug. 15th, Harvard President Larry Bacow announced on Monday, July 23rd. Professor Gay succeeds Michael Smith in the post, who is stepping down after 11 years. “It is hard to imagine a more exciting opportunity than to learn from and lead the faculty, staff, and students of the FAS,” commented Gay on the appointment. “I am reminded daily that ours is an extraordinary community — diverse, ambitious, and dee

Hair and Beauty Moments From Curlfest 2018

Saturday July 21st and where else would we have been but at the largest natural beauty festival in the world? This is my third Curlfest and I have to say it’s the biggest by far. This year’s festival outdid itself from previous years bringing more programming, beauty experts, bloggers, social influencers and live entertainment to the melanated brothers and sisters who gathered in Prospect Park. Curlfest was launched in 2014 by the Curly Girl Collective, an experiential marketing group that specializes in multicultural beauty. If you’ve never been in the last three years, you definitely missed put on a treat. If you’re looking for a hotspot to sport your naturally kinky or curly hair, or look

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