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Eating For Longevity
As African Americans, we often celebrate life's milestones with food. Some have debated that our affinity to Soul Food is killing us. There is something we can learn from our ancestors: how to eat for longevity. It just takes a change of mind and how we see food.
Economic Crisis Linked to Increased Abuse?
Is there a link between the economic downspiral and the rise in abusive behavior? As the rise in unemployment continues, there has been a definite spike in the need for shelters for battered women and children. As well, a demand for addiction centers and counseling centers for young people.
Economic Stress and Relationship Strife
There is a link between economic stress and relationship strife. How well is your relationship fairing?
Educating A New Generation About HIV
Though there have been strides in the treatment and teaching on HIV; many in the African American community are not quite on the receiving end. The number of new HIV/AIDS cases continue to rise each year in the African American Community. We need to reach the new generation.
Education is More Than Knowledge...It is Power
With knowledge comes power. And, with that power is responsibility. An education can be gained through many facets: home, school, the street, life. It is what we do with what we have learned that will make a profound difference, not only in our own lives, but in the lives of those around us.
Effective Communication With Our Children
For many students, returning to school signals a time of fear and pain; especially if they are the victim of bullying. It is vitally important that open and consistent dialogues are occurring between parent and children. Parents must foster healthy and effective communication with their children.
Effects of Gentrification on Poverty and The Poor
Gentrification affects poor urban areas, where its poorer residents no longer are able to afford to live there due to the changing composition of their neighborhood. Is this a silent war on the poor in disguise of redevelopment?
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.
Embrace Your Greatness
As we celbrate Black History Month, let us remember that is more than a one time celebration. It should be a way of life. Each day we should celebrate who we are, where came from, and the greatness our lives behold.
Embracing Your Black History
I know this for certain: in order for a greater tomorrow, we must always embrace our history. It holds the keys to our future, and to the future of each and every generation to come. We cannot possibly know where we are going, without knowing where we came from.
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