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A Phenomenal Treasure in Dr. Maya Angelou
Celebrating and honoring the impact that the life of the profound and prolific, Dr. Maya Angelou had on so many lives.
Struggling With Body Image in The Black Community
In a society where it is immediately celebrated to be beautiful, who is defining what is beautiful? What is the standard for beauty? We hold the task of teaching our children and reminding ourselves to be confident as individuals. To celebrate uniqueness. To encourage individuality and creativeness.
Bring Back Our Girls
As the fight continues to bring back the 276 young women to their families, it is imperative to understand that the same atrocities have been taken place here in America. Bring Back Our Girls is a global message.
The Power of a Mother's Love
The power in a mother's love is astounding. It can heal, soothe, comfort, and bring peace to chaos. I honor women that have it in their hearts to pick up the slack left by other women who just could not, for whatever reason, be a mother for their children. Happy Mother's Day!
A Foundation For Healthy Relationships
All relationships need work and time. And all relationships start with individuals. A healthy individual is a foundation for healthy relationships. If you do not take care of yourself and know who you are, you will never have a successful or healthy relationship.
Choosing The Right Healthcare Professional
African Americans are stated to be lax when it comes to seeing a physician. Often times, it is a matter of finding the right healthcare professional that will meet your needs. It is necessary, sometimes, to seek out a new doctor to meet the current changes in your life.
Family Traditions Highlighted This Easter Season
We all have family traditions. This Easter season, what traditions are you and your family keeping or passing on? It is wonderful when we can pass along traditions that help us to remember who we are, where we came from, and where we want to go.
National Child Abuse Awareness Month
April is National Child Abuse Awareness Month. We don't always recognize the signs that are not visible. It is imperative that we understand, and open our hearts to be able to recognize what we might otherwise miss. Let's make it personal.
Changes Within The African-American Community
For generations, African Americans have fought for equality and justice. Changes often come with every new generation, as well as new challenges. If we expect change to occur for the better, we must begin from within the community.
Keeping The Faith in Difficult Times
Feeding Your Spirit. How hard is it to hold onto your faith when you are facing heartache and pain?
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