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The Price of Freedom
Today we celebrate the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. More than a dreamer, he was a visionary. There must be a new generation of dreamers and visionaries. Those that will be determined to stand in the gap and fight for those who cannot fight for themselves, and dare to face the enemy head on.

United States...A Divided People
Why does it take such tragedies to cause us to look at the state of our nation, and know that there is a deepening rift that needs to be addressed and healed, and not placated with a Band-Aid.

Reaching Our Teenagers
Recent statistics show that there has been a significant increase in alcohol and marijuana abuse, as well as physical abuse and suicide amongst our teenagers. As parents, educators, community leaders, we have to step up and do our part to reach our teenagers before they become another statistic.

Letting Go of the Past
What a terrific way to start the New Year; by letting go of the past. As we embark on a New Year, let us remember the lessons of the past, but not linger on the mistakes and failures. Take what you've learned and create a 2011 that will launch you into your destiny.

Umoja...First Principle of Kwanzaa
Kwanzaa celebrates what is called the seven principles of Kwanzaa. Or, Nguzo Saba, the seven principles of blackness. The first principle is called: Umoja (Unity). With the current difficulties we are facing, it couldnít be a more opportune time to practice this first principle.

He's Always Among Us
As we enter this week of continued celebrations, there may be many that feel alone. But you are not alone. For there was a special gift given this season to ensure that there is always someone among you; watching, waiting, and anticipating the day you welcome Him into your heart.

Beating the Holiday Blues
We have much to be grateful for; even if we think we don't. Is there enough room in your heart to help lift another person's heart this season?

Slavery Still Exists
We cannot afford for another generation to be continued repeat offenders; either dying behind prison bars, or killing each other on the streets.

A Love Letter From God
A great part of our African American Culture has been our Faith. Our faith has given us hope and light. However, so many today have forsaken their belief in God because of the gravity of today's world. Here is a love letter from God to you. May it encourage you.

Giving in the African American Community
As we look over our history as a culture, African Americanís have been strong in the area of giving. Our ancestors understood what it meant to give. Many shared and had a spirit of giving because that is what kept us alive. It was a way of life. What are we doing to keep that spirit alive?

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