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Tunde Oyeneyin inspires countless people who take her cycling class weekly but many may not know the journey that took her to become a successful Peloton instructor. The Nigerian beauty who was raised in Katy, Texas is opening up about her life in her new book Speak: Find Your Voice, Trust Your Gut and Get From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be. Tunde stopped by Tamron Hall Show where she discussed her motivation for writing the book and the cycling class that changed her life.

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As common as bacterial vaginosis (BV) is, no one likes to talk about it. And why would they want to? It’s an overgrowth of bacteria in the vagina that upsets the pH balance and can lead to a fishy smell, abnormal discharge, itching, and/or burning during urination. But there is one woman who decided to share her experiences with BV on TikTok and has garnered an audience of women who can also relate.

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These women are using their platforms to empower women with disabilities and show that they are just like everyone else. The CDC reported that 61 million people are living with a disability and 1 in 4 are women. The National Center for Disability and Journalism also reported that over 6 million people living with a disability are Black.

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If the vote splits along the party lines as it is expected to, judge Ketanji Brown Jackson will be confirmed as the next justice of the Supreme Court of the United States of America.

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Tara Roberts was working for a non-profit when she discovered a photo that changed her life. During a visit to the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington D.C., Tara came face to face with a photo of Black scuba divers that sparked her curiosity. “It stopped me in my tracks,” she said on the Tamron Hall Show.

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Richelle Carey lived the life that most broadcast journalists do. Moving from state to state chasing a story and a better opportunity. Eventually, she got an opportunity to work with the esteemed Al-Jazeera news, which meant moving to the country of Qatar. However, her desire to become a mom was much stronger than her career and in 2020, she moved back to the States and moved in with her parents in order to adopt, which led her to finally have a child of her own in 2021 named Avery.

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