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This new venture presents Contend with access to an expanded suite of proprietary shopper data services, increased creative and execution capabilities including experiential and retail marketing, sales and merchandising, package design, branding, digital marketing, media distribution and social amplification.
While temporarily running the family's racing stable following his father's accident, Neil Griffon finds he has more to contend with than he had expected.
14] Because white men regularly raped Black women both for the purpose of white male sexual gratification and as a means of increasing the white man's property under the race-based slave system, Black women have had to contend with a very distinct history of race-based sexual violence and the resulting social stigma of sexual licentiousness, despite the fact that they had neither legal right to deny nor legal means to resist unwelcome white (and sometimes Black) sexual advances.