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The Political Dichotomy of Black Life
Continuing in the series on the Dichotomy of Black Life, let us conclude our discussion on healthcare. There are areas that we must look at, and begin to develop solutions. This article will also examine the politics of Black life. What role has and does politics play in our lives?
The Power of a Father's Love
Celebrate Father's Day in a way that lets him know he is appreciated and adored. Show him what his love, presence and devotion means. Put meaning behind the things you do for him, so that he knows, too, his love is valuable and very much powerful.
The Power of a Mother's Love
The power in a mother's love is astounding. It can heal, soothe, comfort, and bring peace to chaos. I honor women that have it in their hearts to pick up the slack left by other women who just could not, for whatever reason, be a mother for their children. Happy Mother's Day!
The Power of Family
Coming off the proverbial high of Thanksgiving; relishing in the joys of coming together to fellowship and break bread with those we love, I am convinced more than ever before that there is power in the family.
The Power of Music
June is Black Music Month. As we celebrate this beautiful art form; let us reflect upon how music has brought change into our lives. How it has impacted many areas of our lives.
The Power of Our Thoughts
We often hear about the power of our words. But have you ever considered the power of your thoughts and the affects your thoughts have on your life?
The Power of Words
There is power in the words that we speak. What do your words say about you? Do you speak life and hope? Or, death and despair?
The Price of Freedom
Today we celebrate the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. More than a dreamer, he was a visionary. There must be a new generation of dreamers and visionaries. Those that will be determined to stand in the gap and fight for those who cannot fight for themselves, and dare to face the enemy head on.
The Reason We Can Feast
Every day is a reason to celebrate when you know why you celebrate and for who.
The Reason We Celebrate
I heard a statement once: Black people love a good party. I didn't take offense. And neither should you. Why shouldn't we love a good party? A celebration? We have a lot to be grateful for. God has done some phenomenal things in our life; within our culture. And continues to do so.
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