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August 2018

Breaking Barriers 2018

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  The B.A. Rudolph Foundation invites you to celebrate women who break barriers, raise a glass in honor of women who #RiseUp, and support the B.A. Rudolph Foundation Scholars. Join us at the beautiful Josephine Butler Parks Center, a Renaissance Revival-style mansion turned nonprofit center, for a conversation on #MeToo over cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and (new this year!) a silent…

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Press Release: B.A. Rudolph Foundation Awards Grant to Beth Quarles and Rachel Cole at Clinton School

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 26, 2018 Contact: Patrick Newton, Director of Marketing & Communication, The Clinton School of Public Service Email: Phone: 501-683-5238 B.A. Rudolph Foundation Awards Grant to Beth Quarles and Rachel Cole at Clinton School   Little Rock, AR – Today, Beth Quarles and Rachel Cole were awarded a B.A. Rudolph Foundation Grant for their study on Teacher Leadership in Arkansas….

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Women & Natural Hair

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By Sacred B. Huff  During my first year of law school, I wore weave the entire year. Not once did I ever wear my natural hair. The reason why was simple: I had grown to believe that, as a black woman, my natural kinky hair was “unkempt” and “unprofessional.” I even felt less beautiful whenever I didn’t wear weave. Fast…

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Catching Up with Past Scholars: Shivangi Bhatia

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Shivangi Bhatia was an Undergraduate Public Service Scholar in 2016, when was a Research intern for EMILY’s List, a political action committee that raises money for Democratic, Pro-Choice female candidates. Where are you from? Cleveland, Ohio.  Where did you go to school? What did you study? I graduated in December 2017 from Washington University in St. Louis where I majored in Political Science…

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