Articles by Natasha S. Robinson

Leading Well: What We Don’t See

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What women leaders need to know about gender-based differences & nonverbal communication. Read more

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The Smart Black AND Christian Women of Twitter

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The recent spate of “women of Twitter” lists overlooks a growing population of Christian women who stand out as thought leaders and world changers. Read more

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Lean In: When Black Women in the Workplace Talk

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An interview with Dr. Ancella Livers of the Center of Creative Leadership on whether Sheryl Sandberg’s book “Lean In” applies to the experience of black women in the workplace. Read more

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The Paula Deen Controversy: It’s Worse Than You Think

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A lot of people are angry that celebrity chef, Paula Deen, has admitted to using... 

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Scandal: What to Do With Our Power

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ABC’s hit TV series Scandal raises the question: how will we manage the opportunities and influence that God has given us? Read more

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Illusions: Red Carpets, Outward Beauty, and the Grammys

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What happens after the cameras flash and the curtains close? Here’s a deeper look at the meaning of the red carpet during the music industry’s most prestigious award show. Read more

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Betty and Coretta: An Untold Story of Friendship and Activism

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Lifetime’s original movie highlights their activism and explores the untold story of friendship between the two widows of famous civil rights leaders. Read more

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.: A Man with a Purpose, a Dream, and Influence

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As America anticipates the second-term inauguration of President Barack Obama, now is a good time to ask: what does the legacy of Dr. King mean for young black boys and our nation at large? Read more

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Whitney’s Final ‘Sparkle’

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‘Sparkle’ explores themes of stardom, failure, and unfulfilled dreams. But will this remake of the ’70s classic be too close to Whitney Houston’s real-life story? Read more

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Let the Girls Play!

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For young women, a focus on physical discipline can be great practice for developing their spiritual discipline. A meditation on female athletes, the Olympic spirit, and our bodies as reflections of God’s glory. Read more

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