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Health

Are you a Part-Time Caregiver?

September 28, 2017 0

By Joyce Hill You may not perceive yourself as a caregiver because you don’t live with the person who needs your help or because you have a full- or part-time job that requires your attention […]

Health

GoNAKid.com: A BLOG-A MOVEMENT

September 12, 2017 4

The Creator…Lisa Comfort What is GoNAKid? GoNAKid.com is a BLOG-A MOVEMENT-that provides a safe space platform that allow others to share and release their gifts, aspirations, life dreams, issues that restrict their personal/professional goals and […]

Escapes

The Woman Behind The Business Retreat

March 29, 2017 1

 It’s a delicate subject. Being a woman entrepreneur (especially in the start-up phase) can mean long hours, late nights, and nobody to talk to! Add on your responsibilities as wife, mother, daughter, sister, or any […]

Events

The Women’s March on Washington

January 21, 2017 0

The Women’s March on Washington is a grassroots effort comprised of dozens of independent coordinators at the state level. The effort is helmed by four national co-chairs and a national coordinating committee who are working […]

Events

MMTC’s 8th Annual Broadband and Social Justice Summit

January 12, 2017 0

MMTC’s 8th Annual Broadband and Social Justice Summit and FinTech Empowerment Forum taking place February 7, 2017, at the Westin Georgetown Hotel in Washington, DC! The Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council (MMTC) is a […]

Culture

Holiday Parties Made Simple

December 24, 2016 0

by DJ. C. DeVone DJ, Producer, Foodie  and Founder of the Perfect Eat What brings life to a party. Music, food and a great cocktail. During this holiday season, DJ C. DeVone shares simple tips for fabulous holiday celebration and parties. Which […]

Culture

‘‘TIS THE SEASONINGS”

December 20, 2016 0

The Healthy Holidays are here, RUN DMC Christmas song is playing in the background, the house is filled with family + friends and you’re in the kitchen Nae Nae’ing, Cupid-Shuffling and Whipping up some something […]

Culture

The History Of African-American Social Dance

December 13, 2016 0

by Camille A. Brown Artistic Director, Camille A. Brown & Dancers Why do we dance? African-American social dances started as a way for enslaved Africans to keep cultural traditions alive and retain a sense of […]

Health

What is HIV Criminalization

December 11, 2016 0

 What Does It Mean For Black People? By Gerald Garth of The Black AIDS Institute   Statistics consistently show that Black communities are more disproportionately impacted by HIV.  Along with higher rates of transmission, statistics […]

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