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We Can Still Learn From Dr. Martin Luther King Jr
As we celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we still have much we can learn from the man, the messenger, the Prophet, the teacher. How many of us continue to teach the next generation of what Dr. King stood for? Are we living the dream or still trying to reach it?
Walking Away From Abuse
Whether it is physical, emotional, mental, psychological, or financial; abuse is, and always will be unacceptable. Yet, there are many women, and some men, that continue to stay in relationships that are harmful and most often, deadly.
Violence Against Women Act Fails to Pass
Possibly affecting 30 million LGBT individuals, Native American women, and undocumented immigrants, House Republican leaders failed to advance the Senate's 2012 reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act.
Unity Can Shed Insecurities In Black Women
As Black women, something amazing and powerful happens when we come together and support one another. Coming together and having open, honest dialogue about our struggles has proven to be key in us overcoming and shedding our insecurities.
United States...A Divided People
Why does it take such tragedies to cause us to look at the state of our nation, and know that there is a deepening rift that needs to be addressed and healed, and not placated with a Band-Aid.
Umoja...First Principle of Kwanzaa
Kwanzaa celebrates what is called the seven principles of Kwanzaa. Or, Nguzo Saba, the seven principles of blackness. The first principle is called: Umoja (Unity). With the current difficulties we are facing, it couldn’t be a more opportune time to practice this first principle.
Tyler Perry's, Why Did I Get Married Too?
A review of Tyler Perry's latest movie: Why Did I Get Married Too?
Twenty First Century Black Diaspora
We should not only care about where we are going; but also care and understand about where we’ve been, what we’ve experienced, and how we arrived at the place we are in. And, what are we going to do to make a change.
TV One, African American Television
TV One is an authentic representation of the beauty of African American culture.
Truth Concerning African Americans and Welfare
Many candidates have been griping that African Americans are given too many handouts, and are in need of jobs and not welfare—making it seem as if there are more African Americans receiving welfare than any other ethnic group.
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