Archived from on 2 March 2014. I really don't care when people say my name wrong. A Keisha, is a female who is loyal. Every always tell me I have a very beautiful and different name. She is unlike anything anyone has ever met.
But I love my name. Even employers who specified 'equal opportunity employer' showed bias, leading Mullainathan to suggest companies serious about diversity must take steps to confront even unconscious biases - for instance, by not looking at names when first evaluating a resume. Previous studies have examined how employers responded to similarly qualified applicants they meet in person, but this experiment attempted to isolate the response to the name itself. We don't pronounce Kevin with a long e! Variants: For another variant of the name Keisha across the world, see. December 1, 2014 By Note: This article includes hyperlinks to videos and articles that include intense scenes of violence. What is the correct way to say this name? There were many points in my life when I absolutely hated my name because I didn't think it suited me, I mean I always thought it was a ghetto name, but now, as I am older, and much more mature, I really love it.
I don't think the name Kesha is ghetto at all!! I love my name so much I named my daughter Mar'Kesha and we call her KeKe. The paper says black names are associated with lower socioeconomic status, but the authors don't believe it's the names that create an economic burden. Loves a hard that handles his business. She has your back though. No one around my neighborhood has the same name. Do people often pronounce or spell it wrong? I definitely wouldn't change my name if I had the opportunity. I hated it when I was younger, but now I embrace its uniqueness.
When I meet people from other counties they always tell me how beautiful my name is. It fits me 4 sure!! I love my name but I believe there have been many instances where assumptions were made about who I am because of my name. A female performer had backed out of a scene, and Keisha stepped in to replace her. Since I was young everyone said it was a African American name and not a suitable name for a Indian girl. When the name was said, I would smile and nod in recognition and we would laugh and shake our heads as though reminiscing over an old friend.
In it, we realize that they are not close friends, that this moment is a unique one, instigated by Keisha in her loneliness and need for an outside perspective, a second opinion on the decisions that she has made and the chances of her achieving the healthy relationship she wants with Tommy. For every certificates i get for school they spelled my name as keisha. She is caring and kind, She is Beautiful and smart, she makes friends easily and intends to keep them. Because her brand of ride-or-die is dispensable. About 10 years ago, my mother informed me of the misspelling on my birth certificate.
Although not the lead of the film, whenever Keisha played by Taral Hicks came on the screen, she owned the moment. And yes, every single substitute teacher I had in school pronounced it as that white singer with the same name but weird pronouciation lol. I'm Australian and I don't know any other Keshas. I want to believe that she takes what she has learned in her relationship and she transfers that loyalty to herself. And I certainly don't think it's ghetto or something like that.
I've never met anyone else with it. What happens to a woman who has learned how to fight for someone else but has no one to fight for her? We know nothing of her interests and hobbies, her passions or desires outside of her relationship. One of the most revealing scenes is her conversation with Tionne this dialogue is sampled on the. Throughout grade school no teacher could seem to pronounce my name right so they just called me by my last name! Those people are now 44 years old. And that reminds of all these hiphop songs asking for loyal girls who dsnt exists they say while themselves make other songs praisings bitches and hoes and value having lots of women they give no fuck abt…and somewhere are the keishas but not much songs are being caring or grateful to these women in general if they are not their mothers. Or some other spelling but I spell it Kesha.
What happens to a woman who puts her lover at the center of her world when that lover leaves? Savior a character loosely based on Minister Louis Farrakhan and Keisha…what happens to Keisha? I want to believe that progress is not a straight line for Keisha because it is not a straight line for any of us and she messes up sometimes and falls for the wrong guy more than once because squares bore her and thugs excite her but eventually she realizes how dangerous her patterns are. My name is Kiesha also and I'm 32. For many years I thought my name was Keisha, and spelt it as such. It means that this name is very frequently used. Carries and Kristens had call-back rates of more than 13 percent, but Aisha, Keisha and Tamika got 2.