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Breast Cancer Awareness
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. It is the hope that each and everyone of us are doing our parts to spread the word about Breast Cancer in our African American communities, where the statistics are staggering and climbing amongst not only our Black women; but our Black men also.

Breast Cancer...It Doesn't Mean The End
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 1 in 8 women in the U.S. will develop an invasive breast cancer during their lifetime. African-American women are more likely to die from breast cancer than any other race. Early diagnosis can help lower the number of lives lost.

Bring Back Our Girls
As the fight continues to bring back the 276 young women to their families, it is imperative to understand that the same atrocities have been taken place here in America. Bring Back Our Girls is a global message.

Building Strong Relationships
Every relationship has a chance to thrive and survive despite the growing odds against it. It depends on what you do, what you believe, and if you truly want your relationship to work. Are you willing to do what it takes for a strong relationship?

Can Right of Freedom of Speech Cross the Line
When we exercise our right of Freedom of Speech, there is responsibility that comes with it…and consequences.

Caramel Pecan Cake
This has got to be one of my favorite cake recipes! Caramel pecan cake. It is so delicious. I usually make this for my birthday or for holidays. Try it...You won't be sorry!

Caring For Our Seniors
We must begin to take certain measures to ensure that the care of our seniors begins to be a crucial matter on our lists of things to do. We must be prepared, concerned and equipped to handle all matters that may arise expectantly or unexpectedly.

Celebrate You!!
Sometimes it may feel as though life is whizzing by and we have not accomplished a thing. Take courage, and remember to count your blessings and celebrate who YOU are!

Celebrating Black Fatherhood
Not found on any calander, this week we celebrate Black Fatherhood. So often we hear about the father's that leave, and the mother's that do it alone. But there are many Black men that not only exemplify fatherhood; but they are seeking to mentor others and open up dialogue amongst one another.

Celebrating Black History
February is Black History Month. This year,we have much to celebrate, including the election of our first Black President, and celebrating 100 years of the NAACP.

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