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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.

Combatting Bullying
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.

First Obama - Romney Presidential Debate
Was it a win, lose, or draw? An Op-Ed covering the Presidential debate for the office of the President of the United States.

A Second Helping, Book Review
A book review of A Second Helping, by Beverly Jenkins

Black Pastors And Obama's Re-Election Campaign
With less than two months to Election Day, a group of Black pastors have rallied an anti-Obama campaign, encouraging their congregants not to vote for Obama, and some, not to vote at all. The root of this campaign based upon Obama's support of marriage equality.

Making Tough Decisions
How do we decide what is best for us? There are times in life when we are going to have to make some tough decisions. They may not be the most popular decisions, or in the majority. But this is life, and we only get one.

Free Thinking vs Political Correctness
When did it become such a crime to speak one’s mind? When did it become such a heinous offense to be honest and truthful about what you think, feel, and believe? In a world that is filled with differences, including opinions, everyone will not think, believe, see, or even learn the same.

African-Americans And God
We've been taught a lot through the years about God and who He is and how we should act and talk to God. Have you ever asked God a question? Have you ever gotten personal with God? God is a big God and we can ask Him anything! So...why not make it personal?

Reality or Fallacy...The Cost of Reality TV
What is “reality” TV? How is it benefiting our communities? What, if anything good, is it teaching the next generation? How much are we willing to sacrifice to be entertained and to gain that fifteen minutes of fame?

African-Americans in the 2012 Olympics
While others were flaking about the gymnast’s hair; she herself was setting goals, achieving goals, creating records, and doing the impossible. She rose to the occasion. All the hard work paid off, and Gabby Douglas can defiantly say: she knows the price of Gold.

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