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Defining Who You Are
We find ourselves defining who we are by our occupation; that thing we do for hours on end. But is that really who you are? That's what you do, but what about who you are. How would you define yourself if you didn't do what you did for a living?
This Easter Season
This Easter season I want to remember the lessons that I was taught through the people that I love. I want to be able to pass along to those I love those same lessons, and show the Christ in action through the way in which I live and love.
Talking About Race In America
The talk of race in America is uncomfortable for many. However, not talking about it or evading the issues at hand does not alleviate it or make it disappear. Instead, it only festers and picks up legs and feet and begins to run amok; causing devastation in its wake.
The Ensuing Fight For Justice
In wake of the tragic death of seventeen year old Trayvon Martin, there has been a loud cry for justice. Protesters are banning together with the family of this slain 17 year old, and are crying out against the continued slayings and profiling of our black males. It's a continued fight for justice.
Five Small Steps To Breaking Mental Stress
Our minds are on overload. It is time to take a few steps back and regain our mental health. These following five steps are not major, but will definitely get you on the right track to breaking mental stress.
Issues Facing Black Communities
What are the greatest issues facing the Black community? Depending upon your experience and current situation, your answer may be different from the next person. The Black community continues to face certain issues that are having a profound affect upon communities and families as a whole.
A Heart Matter...African-Americans & Heart Disease
Coronary heart disease or cardio vascular disease is claiming more African-American lives than any other race. African American adults are more likely to be diagnosed with coronary heart disease, and they are more likely to die from heart disease.
Your Vote Holds A Lot of Weight
The efforts to curtail and even stop voters from reaching the ballot boxes has stepped up. Tougher regulations and rules have been imposed that could potentially see millions of voters turned away come election day. Your vote holds a lot of weight and can pack a pretty hard punch this election.
Remembering Whitney Houston
Remembering the life of Whitney Houston. Through the ups and the downs, she left a legacy of love and music for the world to share in.
In This Black Skin
As we celebrate Black History Month, we continue to learn and grow, and understand that for each of us, Black history is everyday, and it is apart of all American History.
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