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For Shamontiel, a therapeutic day is one in which she can hang out with a furry, fluffy dog. She's completed more than 400 walks with 73 dogs and counting. She is a proud dog walker, dog sitter and dog lover.
“Seeing” color is no more a problem than “seeing” height. Disrespect and discrimination are the bigger issues. In these posts, Shamontiel discusses her own experiences with racism, sexism and discrimination, and attempts to provide meaningful and positive ways to improve on these controversial issues. Some language may be graphic for honesty's sake, not shock value.
Whether you cringe when someone says "we need to talk" or you're the person who says it, this is a place that shares tough love and thoughtful conversations with pretty much everyone: women to men, women to women, voters to nonvoters, daughters to fathers, and more.
So you enjoy hearing about consumer apparel. food news, business tips and Internet shopping? Then this is the publication for you.
CBS Chicago: Let's Get Back to Work series
Read individual posts on Pinterest or click here to visit the CBS Chicago "Let's Get Back to Work" main page.
Black Music Month: Associated Content series
If you arrived at this page intending to see the text for the Black Music Month features, please click the "shamontiel.com" link inside of each Pinterest caption on the photo. Due to Pinterest limitations, I cannot link directly to PDFs, only website links so I added PDF links that way.
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