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Final Portfolio!

My final portfolio, which I created on tumblr. It also has my final project, which I created through prezi.com. I'm not tumblr savvy, so I don't know how to reverse the order of the postings. Therefore, you must go to the bottom of the page and read the posts from bottom to top (oldest at bottom and most recent at the top).

http://tiffanyegist.tumblr.com/

 

 

Enjoy!

*Wipes sweat off of forehead 

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Natural Hair Community on Youtube

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Natural Hair Community on Youtube

It is perhaps the woman’s curse to be pressured into societal norms of what is considered beautiful. Although many know the common saying, “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder,” it seems as though most do not truly agree with the notion. Since the arrival of enslaved Africans on American soil in the fifteenth century, the standard of beauty has changed very little. In the media and entertainment industry, blonde straight hair is considered the ideal hair type, and sought after by most who are not born with it. Women receive information about the standard of beauty in their culture, and are thus expected to meet those standards.

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The Human Cyborg

http://prezi.com/8ufz-dxijfqp/the-human-cyborg/

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Birth Control as a Form of Female Empowerment

 Tiffany Egbuonu

February 10, 2010

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Birth Control as a Form of Female Empowerment

 

Throughout history, women have assumed the responsibility of mother, child bearer, and home keeper. Some of the earliest pieces of art known to man are fertility symbols, highlighting an important duty that has always been attributed to women, the duty to produce children. More contemporarily, the obligation to have children has not been as emphasized, as women have insisted upon being treated as equals to men. Nevertheless, although women have won the right to vote and to participate in the military in the past two centuries, the social responsibility to have children is still attached to women.

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