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The Black Vote
There is just a mere fifty days or so until election day is here. And how we vote will determine who will represent us; our communities; our voice; our choices.
The Bully, A Powerful Short Film
The powerful short film, The Bully,tackles not only the issues bullying, but that of racism, religion and sexuality. It is a story of intolerance, but also a story of kindness, forgiveness, and redemption.
The Choices We Make
Choices. Decisions. Having to decide what is best and what is right. When we find ourselves making rash decisions, it most likely based upon our emotions. How many times have we’ve done that, only to regret it later? Whether it be sooner or later; regret often does come.
The Cost of a Black Presidency
For as many of us who cheered and reveled in this historic event in American history; there were many that jeered, and were consumed with fear and hostility. Although seen after the election, it has taken center stage during the past sixteen months, and is gaining steam with each day that passes.
The Cost of Being Black in America
There is a cost for being Black in America. The majority of the bill falls upon the shoulders of our Black sons and men. We must arm and educate our Black children; especially our sons, arming them with the knowledge of their rights and the laws of this land and how they can protect themselves.
The Courage of Our Civil War Soldiers
Is the same courage and conviction present in our lives as it were in our soldiers of the Civil War?
The Deal, the Dance, and the Devil: A Book Review
A book review of Victoria Christopher Murray's latest novel: The Deal, the Dance, and the Devil.
The Dichotomy of Black Life
You are invited to share in this series of articles focusing on: Education, Housing, Employment, Health, Church and Politics. Black life in America has bought with it many struggles. For many, it has been a series of choices--good and bad. Sometimes, with devastating consequences.
The Dichotomy of Our Church Life
Concluding the series on The Dichotomy of Black Life. The Church has always been a staple for the Black family. So why have we allowed socioeconomic status determine our membership? In order to move forward, we must understand our past, our present and how we got there. It´s time for a change...
The Dichotomy of the Black Church
What is the most segregated time in America? Sunday morning. Although, more integrated churches can be found than ten years ago. An even newer trend seems to have hit many houses of worship; church divided along the lines of socioeconomic status.
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