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National Bullying Prevention Month
What steps are you taking to help bring an end to bullying? When we take accountability for our own actions and hold others responsible for their actions, we can help prevent bullying right where we live.
Breast Cancer Amongst African Americans
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast Cancer claims the lives of more African Americans than any other race due to lack of early detection. It's time to change those statistics.
Taking Care of Our Senior Citizens
It's not easy to find quality care for seniors when many are at an economic disadvantage. We must be prepared for the future. Let's face it: we do get older. Things do happen. And the cost of caring for our seniors are rising.
African-Americans Dealing With Domestic Violence
Far too many hide the fact that abuse is going on. Many in the African American community grew up with the notion that we didn’t share what was going on in our home. All that did was create a circle of violence that has been repeated for generations. It's time to break the cycle.
Rest, Relax and Enjoy Labor Day Weekend
Take time to relax and have uninhibited fun with your family and friends. Relax. Chill out. And enjoy your Labor Day Weekend.
Ferguson Keeps Race Relations in the Spotlight
The occurrence of yet another death of an unarmed Black person brings up feelings, thoughts, and concerns about the race relations in America. One only has to look at the numbers and the deaths to see the imbalance of things.
Politically Correct Vs. Genuine Conversation
Too many people are walking on eggshells, afraid to offend someone or be ridiculed for asking an honest and sincere question. Somewhere along the line, we have become obsessed with saying the right thing and not “hurting” someone’s feeling, that we are forgetting the art of genuine conversation.
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.
Educating A New Generation About HIV
Though there have been strides in the treatment and teaching on HIV; many in the African American community are not quite on the receiving end. The number of new HIV/AIDS cases continue to rise each year in the African American Community. We need to reach the new generation.
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.
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