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By Georgia Woodbine Health care starts with you is a true axiom, but are you willing to commit to changing your daily habits. What may not be possible overnight, can be achieved over time. All of...

By Maurice Brian Henderson Not often has there been a clarion call, a harkening and lyceum for people, viewers and patrons to proceed with action.  Bennie Boom's soon to be released movie on Tupac Shakur...

By Glynda C. Carr and Kimberly Peeler-Allen With a few days left until Election Day some are speculating what the overall turnout will be among Black women. Black women were among the most active voters in...

I can’t remember if any of my childhood friends had fathers. I can’t recall ever being exposed to the Boy Scouts or Little League Baseball as a child. My “little league” activities took place on...

Devin Robinson, a black business & economics professor, had strong words recently for the attendees of the Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce Annual State of the Union. He said, “Some of us have good...

Every few years U.S. Supreme revisits the issue of admitting African Americans and other under represented groups into college. This issue goes by many names, equal opportunity, affirmative action, diversity, inclusion, and most recently...

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