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Marriage & The Black Family
How does one begin to work on a marriage, when they feel that it may already be too late? What steps can be taken, before deciding on a divorce? What is the worth of marriage? There are reports that the divorce rate is down. That is not so amongst African Americans...
Marriage, Divorce & The Black Church
The divorce rate stands at 60%, as the rate of marriages declines. Even more alarming is the rise of divorce amongst leaders in the Black church. What kind of message is this sending? There is a need for more open and honest dialogue. Is the church the right place?
Martin Luther King to Barack Obama
From Preacher to President. Taking the cause for human and civil rights to another level in African American History. Yet, it is more than African American history; it is American history—plain and simple.
Mary Church Terrell
The extraordinary life of Mary Church Terrell. We have so much to learn and gain from the life of this extraordinary woman who was a trailblazer in many arenas.
Michael Jackson, Loss of an Icon
Michael Joseph Jackson, dies at the age of 50 from cardiac arrest.
Mo'Nique Wins The Oscar!
Mo'Nique wins Best Supporting Actress Award at the 82nd Oscars. She delivered a moving acceptance speech, and pays homage to Ms. Hattie McDaniels.
A day to celebrate the women in our lives. Our mother's are precious, and deserve to be recognozed for all that they do.
Mouth Watering Fried Chicken
A deliciously, easy recipe for southern fried chicken.
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.
National Foster Care Month
May is the national Foster Care month. It is estimated that nearly 600,000 children are now in the foster care system. Thirty-five percent of those children are African American. Learn more about what we can do change lives, one child at a time.
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