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It's like being pregnant -- I felt almost bipolar with these emotions.

And she said, 'You're giving birth to a full-grown woman. ' I hadn't really thought of it like that."My New Muse"I only wanted to record in Nashville.

magazine (Fall 2006 issue): "In order for the show to come back, the cast was not going to get the huge raises we dreamed of.

So when the calls went out about the new contracts, Jill gave a quick 'no.' It was her decision.

Harvard law professor Randall Kennedy probably deserves his own chapter in the history of black intellectuals and black legal scholars.

Over the years he has told us a great deal — some of it intentionally, with scholarship and skill; some inadvertently or unwittingly –about how race is regarded and debated in the academy, especially the legal academy.

Although she’s not the first black woman artist to do a song with a K-Pop star.

clearing up some of the rumors regarding her sudden departure as Toni Childs Garrett on the number one Africa-American show. The Dallas Darling also lets us in on what she's doing now and IF she plans on returning to It was so much fun playing Toni Childs. I like to think that I'm a pretty nice person, but to be able to play the diva and say some of the things those types of characters say was a lot of fun.

Jones spoke exclusively and candidly to and dished revealed the real reason she decided to leave the show, her relationships today with her former co-stars and creator, Mara Brock Akil, and the snide and jive-ass comments Tracee Ellis Ross' made in an magazine article after Jones left the show.

In his early writings, delivered with force and skill, he often surprised readers by departing from the analysis of his peers.

For this he came under heavy fire, particularly from Derrick Bell, the first tenured black professor at Harvard Law School and one of the founders of critical race theory.