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Posted by da Front Porch on Monday, July 11, 2016, In : Other 

         What is your name? Dashing Lane

Can you tell about where you are from? 
I am from Orlando, Florida but I currently reside in Washington, D.C.


WWhere did you go to school and why did you choose to go there?
For my undergraduate studies I attended Florida State University. For graduate school I currently attend Howard University and I made the choice because I wanted to get the “HBCU Experience”. I wanted to attend a school where African-American Studies would be embedded in the curri...

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Posted by da Front Porch on Wednesday, June 29, 2016, In : Services 
1. What is your name? Hazel Amari (pronounced Hay-Zul  Uh-Ma-Ree) 
2. Can you tell us about where you are from? Well I was born in New York City , Raised in Bridgetown Barbados. I'm a city girl for the most part . 
3. Tell us about your life as a make up artist? I wouldn't really classify myself as an MUA . I'm just a makeup enthusiast meaning someone who loves makeup and I'm passionate about it. 
4. What do you do in the medical field? I'm a Medical Assistant , soon transferring over to be an E...

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Posted by da Front Porch on Sunday, May 15, 2016, In : Singers 
Word on da front porch is that you have re-invented your self and that you are going another route. Can you tell us about what's been new with you?
Social media coverage has challenged the credibility of many news television broadcasting stations. Technology has impacted this change in our society forever. For example, the story on Michael Brown that the local and national news crews covered included many discrepancies in comparison to random various people who were actually there on the scene...

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Posted by da Front Porch on Sunday, March 6, 2016, In : Other 
 My name is Lana & I'm from Brooklyn, NY

My collegiate journey has been life changing. I was always a good student but my grades weren't good enough to get into my dream school so I had to take another route and start in community college. I think that was the best decision I ever made. It allowed me to go to school for free and turn my 2.7 gpa in high school into a 3.4 gpa. It allowed me to be in school today going after my Masters degree.

My plans after graduate school is law school. For a lo...

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