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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?
Celebrating The Women of Your History
Before you begin to celebrate women you have never had the opportunity to meet, but have idolized from afar; remember those women that are in your life. That, have raised you, nurtured you, and provided for you. Give them their honor now.
Dismantling Self-Hate in Black America
There has been a longstanding war when it comes to color. This “war” is not only within the African-American community, but it reaches far and wide across continents. It is creating self-hate and self-loathing in so deeply rooted, that even children as young as four are affected.
Portrayal of African American Women
There has been much debate concerning the status of Black women and how we are viewed and portrayed. Recent conversations have ranged from the status of reality TV, pop culture, music, television shows, and the negative way in which Black women are being portrayed.
Creating A Very Special Valentine's Day
Turn your home into a spa getaway for Valentine's Day. Great tips and recipes for making Valentine's Day special for you and your loved one.
Young African-Americans Disconnect With The Past
Young African-Americans have been severely limited in their understanding and knowledge of their past. It is upon the shoulders of those who know and understand the past that we do what is necessary to inform and teach this generation; so they, too, can know who they are and where they are going.
Easy Chicken Soup Recipe
Here is a delightful and easy recipe for chicken soup. With the weather we are having, and the Flu epidemic we're experiencing, this is the perfect soup to help what ails you!
Balancing a Life of Leadership
Which of us are willing to do what it takes to produce the kind of leadership that leaves behind a legacy worthy of its laborer? To, produce the kind of change that will affect our people for generations to come? In order for this to be possible, we must find the balance in our lives.
Perceptions of African-Americans
With all of the hate and ignorance towards Black people, what is more hurtful and harmful, are those within the African-American community who share those same perceptions and prejudices; systematically destroying a people from within. First of two parts.
A New Year A New Mindset
It is my hope that 2014 will be your best year yet! I encourage you to go after your dreams. Stand up for what you believe in. Reach beyond your comfort zone. Do something that you’ve always dreamt of doing, but never thought you could, or thought no one would understand.
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