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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. Itīs 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.
The Education and Housing Dichotomy of Black Life
Continuing 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 Education of the African-American
Ignorance of who you are and where you come from perpetuates a diabolical cycle of death and destruction. It is time to educate ourselves so we can educate our children; arming them with every tool they need to make it in this life.
The Employment Dichotomy of Black Life
There are choices in life. We are responsible for what we add to this world. Whether it is negative or positive. We have a responsibility to be aware of what is around us, and the kind of mark we leave after we are gone. This a continuing series, on the closer look at Black life...
The Ensuing Fight For Justice
In wake of the tragic death of seventeen year old Trayvon Martin, there has been a loud cry for justice. Protesters are banning together with the family of this slain 17 year old, and are crying out against the continued slayings and profiling of our black males. It's a continued fight for justice.
The Extraordinary Pearl Bailey
Did you ever stop to consider what makes a great woman? What characteristics constitutes a woman of substance; a woman that is worthy of remembrance? One such woman is the great Pearl Bailey. She left an indelible mark in American History.
The Fight Against Racial Disparity
As long as the color of your skin remains the same, you will always be subject to the same disparities. Most injustices and inequality is based upon what you look like, and not what you have or have achieved in this life.
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