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The Words We Speak
Sometimes our words can bring more harm than good. Living in the digital age that we do, we must be mindful of what we put out. For certainly, it can and will come back upon us—in a good way or bad way.
There is A Blessing With Your Name
You may be going through hell right now. Things may seem to be crowding in on you. But I encourage you to hold on. God has a blessing with your name on it.
There is Power in Your Vote
Everyone has an opinion; but not too many vote or, are even registered. There are many African Americans that don't know what a new bill or legislations means to their family and community. There is much to be learned and considered.
This Christmas maybe you can give someone the gift of hope. An opportunity to celebrate the small things and steps being made, that will eventually lead to bigger steps and changes. Yes. Hope. It goes a long way.
This Easter Season
This Easter season I want to remember the lessons that I was taught through the people that I love. I want to be able to pass along to those I love those same lessons, and show the Christ in action through the way in which I live and love.
Three Keys to a Memorable Valentines Day
Wondering what to do on Valentines Day? Here are three keys to having a memorable and great Valentines Day.
To Love Purely
Do you love unconditionally? We have so many definitions of what love is and what love looks like. What reflection does your love cast? Is it pure or polluted with unattainable conditions?
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.
TV One, African American Television
TV One is an authentic representation of the beauty of African American culture.
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.
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