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Black Life and Responsibility
We have read all the statistics concerning poverty in the Black community. As well as, the marriage statistics, the number of black children in foster care. You do not need anyone to tell you that times are hard. Who is responsible for all that is going on? What can be done?
Black Lives Matter
These past weeks of peaceful protests has proven that we have the power to make a difference in our communities, our families, our nation and worldwide. Donít just sit and wait for a change. Become the change you want to see, by first believing and knowing that YOUR Black life indeed matters.
Black Pastors And Obama's Re-Election Campaign
With less than two months to Election Day, a group of Black pastors have rallied an anti-Obama campaign, encouraging their congregants not to vote for Obama, and some, not to vote at all. The root of this campaign based upon Obama's support of marriage equality.
Black Rage or Black Exasperation
Is it Black rage or Black exasperation at the continued vitriol and injustice of the unfair treatment of African-Americans? Is it really 2015, or have we some way traveled back in time to 1965? There is need for reform. Not just concerning police, but policy and government.
Black Women & Breast Cancer
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Breast cancer seems to be claiming the lives of many African American women than any other race. What can we do to help prevent a greater loss of life, and to get women out their homes and to a doctor for early detection and life sustaining treatment?
Black Women and Daughters
What is it about the Black woman? What is it that makes her who she is, and determines where she is going? Was it the women before her; her mother, grandmother, great grandmother? Who gives the Black woman her strength and character? We have a generation of daughters that need guidance...
Black Women and Depression
A two part series on depression. Many women suffer from depression. While many Caucasian women are readily diagnosed, it is not so amongst Black women. Black women are three times as likely to suffer from depression. Many readily accept that it is what it is: the life of a Black woman.
Black Women and Money...Getting Finacially Fit
A new series on getting finacially fit. Statistically speaking, men have a higher ratio debt than women. However, it is has been more difficult for women to get out of debt; most debt coming from credit cards. More women use fifty percent of their income on paying off their debts...
Black Women and Obesity
Obesity is at an all time high in America. For the African American woman, the rate is the highest, attributing to astronomical numbers in the cases of diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, cancer, and heart disease. What can be done to change this?
Black Women and Relationships
Every relationship is meant to teach us something, whether it was a pleasant experience or not. We learn as we grow, how to navigate certain situations. However, we must be sure that we understand who we are and what we really want in terms of a relationship.
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