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Simone Biles makes history, wins 4th all-around world gymnastics title while battling kidney stones – but she’s still disappointed | CBS News

CAITLIN O’KANE , CBS News Biles made history on Thursday by becoming the first woman gymnast to win four all-around world championships. Not only did Biles break a record at the 48th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Doha, Qatar, she overcame several challenges — including her own high standards, The Associated Press reports. Biles made several mistakes during the competition but still managed to dominate. She slipped off the beam and stepped out of bounds on her floor exercise. She also sat down her vault in the first rotation. But what makes her historic win even more astounding is that […]

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Michelle Obama: ‘I Wish that Girls Could Fail as Bad as Men Do and Be OK’ | The Washington Informer At the United State of Women Summit in Los Angeles on Saturday, former first lady Michelle Obama talked with actor and activist Tracee Ellis Ross, star of “Black-ish,” about gender equality.

At the United State of Women Summit in Los Angeles on Saturday, former first lady Michelle Obama talked with actor and activist Tracee Ellis Ross, star of “Black-ish,” about gender equality.

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Former ‘Shark Tank’ Competitor of ‘Me and the Bees’ Lemonade Gets More Than $800K from NFL Players | Atlanta Black Star A pre-teen entrepreneur is well on her way to getting her lemonade business out of the start-up stage thanks to some NFL players who appreciate her vision.

A pre-teen entrepreneur is well on her way to getting her lemonade business out of the start-up stage thanks to some NFL players who appreciate her vision.

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These Striking Photos Bring the Phrase ‘Black Girl Magic’ to Life Black girl magic is one of the most important phrases of our generation—it denies society’s negative stereotypes about black women by declaring that we are even powerful and magical beings who can change the world.

Black girl magic is one of the most important phrases of our generation—it denies society’s negative stereotypes about black women by declaring that we are even powerful and magical beings who can change the world.

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