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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?
Oxtail Stew With Coconut Rice and Black Beans
Looking for a twist to your Holiday fare? Then try this easy recipe for Oxtail Stew with Coconut Rice and Black Beans.
A Stress Free Holiday Season
The Holidays are fast approaching. No need to feel stressed or overwhelmed. With preparation and delegation, you can enjoy a stress-free Holiday. Well, almost stress free!
Election Day Knowledge
It is Election Day again. It is vital that we know why and who we are voting for. be an informed voter, and make the best decision on what is best not only for you and your family. But your community as a whole.
Giving Thanks for the Life You Have
Our life may not be all that we want it to be; but we are alive, and can take the opportunity to count the blessings instead of the problems.
Black Women & Breast Cancer
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Breast cancer seems to be claiming the lives of many African American women than any other race. What can we do to help prevent a greater loss of life, and to get women out their homes and to a doctor for early detection and life sustaining treatment?
Learning to Wait
Waiting can sometimes be the hardest thing to do. But, as we grow maturer, and wisdom takes its place, we come to understand that waiting is the best thing that we could ever do; especially when it comes to God.
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