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Black/Minorities Jobs on Order!

Everyone has their part and parcel to say about thenewest happenings in the White House, now it’s the President’s and Black Caucas pushing back minority unemployment there is so much more wrong here than just blacks being without jobs. Our … Continue reading

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Will and Jada Might Be Calling It Quits (via Your Black Bloggers)

They have had a long run being in Hollywood and on the TV, Media and Movies. However they seem to have well rounded kids and they are on to their own careers. I hope that the reasons that there separating … Continue reading

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Will and Jada Might Be Calling It Quits (via Your Black Bloggers)

They have had a long run being in Hollywood and on the TV, Media and Movies. However they seem to have well rounded kids and they are on to their own careers. I hope that the reasons that there separating … Continue reading

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Everything has a shine

The very fact that even if a thing is not attractive to you it can still hold meaning and beauty if you will in it. You have to understand the simplicity of a thing any thing that God is responsible … Continue reading

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DC Mayor Arrested for Protesting Budget Cuts (via The Boyce Blog)

This is an interesting case because most of our political figure-heads would rather remain in the background and let their hounds handle the hard work case in point this fiscal year funding and the animosity that has risen from it. … Continue reading

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Sister-Love who do we love?

A Letter To All Sisters~Black Women Please Listen to ourselves!!! by Brenda Jordan When I first heard of the movie “For Colored Girls” I got so excited. I had the idea of getting as many women together that I could … Continue reading

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Weaves, Braids Cause Baldness in Black Women (via The Boyce Blog)

  by Dr. Boyce Watkins, Syracuse University – Scholarship in Action  Over one-fourth of 326 black women to participate in a study on hair loss were found to have lost hair on the top of their scalp. Additionally, 59 percent … Continue reading

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