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Breast Cancer Fears…..A Personal Perspective

October 31, 2014 0

By, Dell Braziel, R.N. I am amazed at how far we have come in our rally against breast cancer; the awareness messages, pink Sundays, community runs/walks, media highlights, corporate engagements, pink ribbon campaigns…the list goes […]


Every time you see a butterfly think of me

October 29, 2014 0

Tears began flowing silently down my cheek. My mother with her eyes closed, in a low whisper said, “Don’t be sad; every time you see a butterfly think of me.” You were a unique egg […]



October 28, 2014 0

OPRAH’S THE LIFE YOU WANT WEEKEND” HONORS LOCAL MIAMI WOMAN WITH THE TOYOTA “STANDING O-VATION” AWARD Estella Pyfrom of Estella’s Brilliant Bus Recognized for Her Outstanding Commitment to Making Computers and Technology Accessible to Underserved […]


Estelle Unveils “Something Good”

October 28, 2014 0

Estelle has unveiled her new video for the breezy, danceable house track “Something Good” from her forthcoming album True Romance, out February 17. Estelle and her label Established 1980, Inc. teamed up with Music Choice […]


My unsung Hero, Mom, Melzinah Dlamini

October 24, 2014 0

Mom never feared any challenges in life. She believed in doing things differently, being a pioneer, always thinking out of the box. She always stood her ground. She succumbed to cancer on 12 September 2014. […]



October 21, 2014 1

By Marisha Scott The first time I heard Goapele’s voice was in 1997 on an underground cassette single called Don’t Explain. The song was a part of a collaborative series by female singers, producers, MCs, […]


Color Run for cancer

October 21, 2014 0

I was at a Color Run for cancer yesterday to honor TWO of my friends.  One just beat breast cancer and one was just diagnosed.  They are so brave and beautiful and so I asked […]


We Can Make A Difference

October 16, 2014 0

On August 19, 2014, I was surrounded by family, friends and bountiful love in Indian-occupied Kashmir at a wedding reception hosted by my family there to celebrate my recent marriage.  The day was full of […]


Dear Black Woman

October 16, 2014 0

UNTIL Partners with Spoken Word Poet to Break Silence of HIV/AIDS Spoken word poet, Jasmine Waiters, speaks directly to African American women living with HIV/AIDS in her newest poem, Dear Black Woman. She encourages them […]


Children’s Champions Win Nobel Peace Prize

October 11, 2014 0

American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten on Nobel Peace Prize recipients: “There are no two people more deserving of the Nobel Peace Prize than Pakistan’s Malala Yousafzai and India’s Kailash Satyarthi. Their courageous efforts […]



October 11, 2014 1

“Addicted”, starring Sharon Leal, Boris Kodjoe, William Levy and Tyson Beckford is a steamy new flick that is sure to send you running home to your man to get some…I sure did! Directed by former […]


Chef G. Garvin Joins the Fight Against Hunger

October 3, 2014 0

by Meilan Carter-Gilkey Celebrity chef, author, restaurant owner and TV Host, Chef G. Garvin is clearly passionate about food. And his passion does not stop at satiating the gourmet appetites of the wealthy. Chef Garvin […]



October 1, 2014 1

By Nneka Samuel “Women suffer in silence sometimes,” says Averl Anderson with such calm and nonchalance. You don’t have to see her face or hear the smile that reigns supreme in her voice to understand […]

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