November 16, 2011 Sexual harassment allegations against Herman Cain are still dominating headlines, but many political commentators are calling it a distraction. In this week's Beauty Shop, host Michel Martin hears from a panel of politically savvy women who weigh in on this and other political news.
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November 1, 2011 This week, the Beauty Shop women discuss President Obama's plan to ease student debt, Kim Kardashian's divorce, and new marriage realities. Guest host Allison Keyes hears from NPR Digital News editor Tanya Ballard Brown, Jessica Coen with Jezebel.com, Latoya Peterson of Racialicious.com, and Danielle Belton with BlackSnob.com.
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October 26, 2011 GOP presidential hopeful Rick Perry is proposing an optional 20 percent flat tax plan. An open letter by black women is raising concerns about the 'SlutWalk' movement, which aims to empower females. Singer Mariah Carey is getting criticism for her comment on 20/20 that she "sometimes" trusts her husband. Weighing in are the Beauty Shop women: pop culture and politics blogger Danielle Belton,U.S. News and World Report Columnist Mary Kate Cary, 'The Wise Latina Club' Blogger-in-Chief Viviana Hurtado, and TheRoot.com Reporter Cynthia Gordy.
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September 14, 2011 Leila Lopes is the first woman from Angola to become Miss Universe. Latina Magazine is celebrating its 15th anniversary. And South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley is under scrutiny for her remarks about a female reporter. The Beauty Shop ladies weigh in.
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