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SOCIAL MEDIA for BEGINNERS (Free Download)

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RIP Prince Rogers Nelson, Illustration by PepperBrooks

To express a feeling without words, that is the true gratification of art – Amber Limbaugh Sometimes a picture speaks louder than a thousand words. RIP PRINCE

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Top 9 Tweets from Defiant Students! #ComediansTaughtMe

‏A long, long, time ago… (like two weeks ago) #ComediansTaughtMe was trending on Twitter. As a comedy journalist for ComedyHype.com, I was quite intrigued by this hashtag. What were comedians teaching and who would listen? Aren’t comedians supposed to just make us laugh – isn’t that their job or are they really informal educators who like […]

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PepperBrooks, Michael Jackson

UPDATED: Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Michael Jackson! POLL: Who wore it better?

MJ, MY FIRST CRUSH! WHO WORE IT BETTER? I WON with an overwhelming 100% win! Thanks to all who voted in my first ‘who wore it better’ 🙂 If you know me, you know that I’m a HUGE, Michael Jackson FAN!!! In celebration of his life and legacy…I pay homage to him in full costume… […]

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TYLOAKS DISTRIBUTION IS THE OFFICIAL SPONSOR OF THE PURRR BLOG

I’M SUPER EXCITED!!!!!! “I’m a huge fan of Coconut Oil, although most people use it to cook, I use it for my hair and skin. Coconut Oil is a natural moisturizer and sunscreen, a lot of people are not aware of its benefits.” said PepperBrooks. FOOD FOR SOME, BEAUTY PRODUCT FOR ME! CLICK IMAGE FOR […]

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PepperBrooks’ Interview on CBC Radio One

Today, Wednesday, June 3rd at approximately 4:30 p.m. EST, I will be interviewed by Jason Turnbull on his program, Up NORTH. We’ll be discussing my recent nomination for Best Blogger at the Black Canadian Awards. I will have the opportunity to share the reason why I created my blog, my experiences dealing with racism, discrimination, depression; and […]

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