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Shadows in The African American Community
There is a heavy shadow over the Black Community. A shadow of the past. A shadow that will not leave until a light is shone so bright that eradicates what has been going on in the dark for far too long. A shadow hat holds the cries of those who have lost their lives unjustly.
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. Don’t 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.
Continuing The Fight For Lives_World AIDS Day
Today is Worlds AIDS Day. We support those affected by HIV/AIDS, and take the time to remember and honor the memory of those we’ve lost over the years, as we continue the fight to find a cure.
Chocolate Chili Spice Cake
Here is an easy to follow recipe for a Chocolate Chili Spice Cake...Or cupcakes! A perfect addition for your Holiday dessert table.
Easy Steps To An Enjoyable Thanksgiving
It's easy to get caught up in the bustle of the holidays. Here are a few easy steps to help ensure you have an enjoyable and rather easy-going Thanksgiving.
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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