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Death In Our African-American Communities
Why have predominantly minority communities and poorer neighborhoods not received the media coverage and outcry for the senseless slayings of their minority children?
The Spirit of the Season
OP/ED What happened to the Spirit of the Season? Nowadays you hardly see or hear mention of Christ or Chanukah or anything associated with religion. It's as though it is taboo to mention the name of Christ during the Holidays.
Are You In A Toxic Relationship?
There are times when you should work it out, and then there are times when you should let go and move on. Are you in a toxic relationship? You've done all you could do. You have gone further than you thought you would. Perhaps it's time to move on.
Taking Care of African-American Hair
Which ever way you choose to rock your locks is your decision. Just be certain to take care of your hair, and include a regimen for the inside, as well.
Peach Cobbler Recipe
Okay! I received the memo! Here is an easy to follow peach cobbler recipe that is sure to become a favorite.
Just In Time...A Holiday Guide
So much is going on this holiday season, and the last thing you probably want to do spend a lot of time searching for that special recipe, or tip on how to keep your holiday as stress-free as possible. Here is a guide to help you along with all your holiday needs.
It's Your Choice
Coming to an end of another election season. No matter what comes our way, remember: It's Your Choice. How you respond. What you do. What you think. It's still your choice. That's your God given right...to choose.
Stop The Bullying
An OP/ED. What is it? Why is it? A generation is being wiped out. So many children are taking their lives because they have been mercilessly bullied. They see suicide as an only recourse to end their pain. We have to step of our efforts before lose an entire generation.
Breast Cancer...It Doesn't Mean The End
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 1 in 8 women in the U.S. will develop an invasive breast cancer during their lifetime. African-American women are more likely to die from breast cancer than any other race. Early diagnosis can help lower the number of lives lost.
October has been earmarked to highlight the efforts to stop the rise in bullying. Each day someone is being bullied. It's not just young people, but older people as well. It is time to put a stop to the rising violence that has seized our world.
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