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1. Family Traditions
There is nothing quite like family traditions. Here's a short story from my past. Wishing you and your family a wonderful Easter Holiday!
2. Seven Simple Tips to Hosting for The Holidays
Here are seven tips to help you host an amazing soiree for the holidays.
3. Fatherhood Today
Celebrating every father that has stood in the gaps and has been a father, not only to their own children, but to those in their community. Setting an example of strength, love, and pride in fatherhood.
4. 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.
5. Healing Through Easter Traditions
Miracles are often associated with the Easter season. Traditions can be a source of healing and comfort in times of uncertainty and grief. The act of celebrating and remembering can be just the thing to help get us through some tough times.
6. 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.
7. 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.
8. One Injustice Too Many
A firestorm is raging across the United States of America. The lights shining bright from the flames of injustice that leaves one with the notion that America is not united, but clearly divided. One injustice is an injustice too many.
9. Black Heritage
The future is now. We are responsible for teaching this generation about where they came from, and giving them the tools to become who they desire to be. And it all starts with them knowing and understanding their black heritage.
10. 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.
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