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10 Foods To Boost Male Health

Healthy eating is essential for both men and women. Whereas a woman may turn to consuming a salad, the average African American male would more likely scarf down a burger and fries combo, minus the bacon topping as his way of promoting nutritious eating.  Traditionally, an African diet consists of fresh fruits and vegetables.  The native… Continue reading 10 Foods To Boost Male Health

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President Obama Makes History Again!

Viva Obama! President Obama has made history again, this time he is the first president to get re-elected during a tough economic time with a high rate of unemployment. Some political experts felt like the state of the economy alone made him an easily beatable candidate. The Republican Party found out that he was not… Continue reading President Obama Makes History Again!

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BLACK Cuisine: Restaurant Secrets Putting Your Health at Risk

When you’re dining out, the last thing on your mind is the safety of your food. But after learning these industry secrets, it might become the first thing you consider. Learn what you can do to ensure that your dining experience is just as safe as it is delicious.   Secret: You’re More at Risk… Continue reading BLACK Cuisine: Restaurant Secrets Putting Your Health at Risk

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“If I Had A Father”- The Importance Of Fathers in Children’s Lives

If I Had A Father “To educate a man in mind and not in morals is to educate a menace to society.” -Theodore Roosevelt A new school year has started and the process of education is important once again in this nations schools. The educational system of this country is at a cross roads between… Continue reading “If I Had A Father”- The Importance Of Fathers in Children’s Lives

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Kristen V. Carter – Screenwriter, Television Producer & Educator

Kristen V. Carter is a screenwriter, television producer, and educator from Newark, New Jersey. She has produced for a variety of cable’s top programs including MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew, OWN’s My Mom is Obsessed, and Food Network’s Cupcake Wars. In addition, Kristen has served as a speech writer for Viacom executives, including BET’s CEO… Continue reading Kristen V. Carter – Screenwriter, Television Producer & Educator

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JAMAICA, WEST INDIES – Home of Olympic heroes Usain Bolt & Shelly-Ann Fraser-Price

During the first week of August, a sea of people dressed in black, green and gold occupied an enormous space teeming with electricity and excitement on the grounds of the Jamaica 50 Grand Jubilee Village, formerly the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica. The stadium was filled with lively musical celebrations, plays, movie screenings, fashion shows,… Continue reading JAMAICA, WEST INDIES – Home of Olympic heroes Usain Bolt & Shelly-Ann Fraser-Price

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Gabby Douglas Wins The All-Around Title

  Gabby Douglas’ gold medal winning routine will forever be remembered as one of the greatest moments in Olympic history. It is hard to take your eyes off of the sixteen year old’s exciting routine as she executes with such skill. When she is competing, her energy is electric. When she is being interviewed, her… Continue reading Gabby Douglas Wins The All-Around Title