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A Year In Retrospect
A year ago, we watched as the first African American man was sworn into the highest office in the land: President of the United States. With that came a sense of hope, pride, inspiration and a feeling of change. How many of us still feel the same? What are we looking for in this coming year?
Absolutely Divine Roasted Leg of Lamb
Tired of turkey? Then here's an easy and divine recipe for Roasted Leg of Lamb. Just in time for the holidays!
Accepting Who You Are
Why do we put so much emphasis on what someone else says about us? It is time to accept who we are, and recognize the treasure that is in us.
Affects of Extreme Poverty
In 2008, the estimated number of people living in poverty was 39.8 million. Now, it is believed that in only two short years, that number has nearly doubled because of the harsh reality and devastation of the economic downturn.
African American Artist Henry Ossawa Tanner
Henry Ossawa Tanner was the first African American Artist to gain critical acclaim as an artist after moving to France. His most famous painting is The Bango Lesson which currently hangs in Hampton University Museum.
African Americans and Breast Cancer
Breast cancer claims more lives amongst African American women than any other race of women. Many reports indicate that this is due to a lack of an early diagnosis. Early detection, a correct diagnosis and treatment have not been the norm for many African Americans. It's time we changed that.
African Americans and Stroke
Twice as many African Americans are suffering Stroke as Caucasians. It is time we educate ourselves and spread the word about this silent killer that claims nearly one half of African American Women.
African-American History Is American History
It is important that we take the time to explore our roots, and teach our children to do the same thing. Knowledge is power. It not only frees the mind, but breaks the ties that would hold us back and bind us from moving forward.
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?
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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