Daily Archives: April 11, 2017

Gutsy Gals Get More: 2017 the Year of YOU & We

Gutsy Gals Get More: 2017 the Year of YOU & We

TRUTH: We should all keep in the spirit of Christmas every day, in our personal and professional lives TRUTH: We can be stuck because we hide under our comfort zones…

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ACANA Launches Project BAOBAB

ACANA Launches Project BAOBAB

he African Cultural Alliance of North America Inc. (ACANA) is partnering with the African Diaspora Health Initiative (ADHI) to conduct community-based outreach to at least 200 immigrant women resettled…

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WILLIE MAYS STEALING HOME: Still an Inspiration

WILLIE MAYS STEALING HOME: Still an Inspiration

W ith the presidential election over and a new administration in office, we are seeing in many ways that despite President Donald J. Trump’s statements of hate, this…

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Dr.Corrielus –  A man passionate about helping you succeed

Dr.Corrielus – A man passionate about helping you succeed

When choosing a doctor to care about you, you want to choose someone who is passionate about his/her job, but also about you! Dr. Corrielus started Corrielus Cardiology to…

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Lynching Memorial and Museum to Rise in Montgomery

Lynching Memorial and Museum to Rise in Montgomery

t is no secret the American past is riddled with ugly xenophobic acts. Lately there has been a serious influx in recognizing the crimes of the country’s ancestors…

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Clearing, Gratitude and Intentions

Clearing, Gratitude and Intentions

There’s a simple New Year’s ritual that can help release negative left-overs from 2016 and open up for the positive. Clear and release – Think about…

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BLACK HISTORY Month: A Reason to Celebrate our Future

BLACK HISTORY Month: A Reason to Celebrate our Future

Dr. Stephen Jones Hundreds of years have passed since Africans landed in America. One month is not sufficient to celebrate all the Black History that has occurred over the years…

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Watch Out for Immigration Scams

Watch Out for Immigration Scams

Immigration Scams By Jane Cowley mmigration services scams are a serious national problem. They exploit the vulnerability of immigrants, refugees, foreign students and others, including U.S. citizens. Combating immigration…

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What Do You Know About Fibroids?

What Do You Know About Fibroids?

Black Women Affected More Fibroids are the most frequently seen “tumors” of the female reproductive system, according to UCLA Health. Though they’re common, many women do not know…

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Connecting Each Other Through Connecting Our Motherland

Connecting Each Other Through Connecting Our Motherland

was recently in the presence of Dr. Maulana Karenga, an erudite scholar and educator who created Kwanzaa. A VIP reception was held as part of ceremonies marking the 50th anniversary…

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