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Poetry Blog Tour Hosts Needed

I would like to organize a blog tour to help to spread awareness about my latest collection of poetry, I am Soul. Except, I do not have much money so I am reaching out to bloggers who enjoy poetry to see if you would have the time and interest to host me on your blog this summer. 257 more words

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Why You Don't See Many Negative Sponsored Posts

I’ll address the white elephant in the blogging room:

Sponsored posts.

As a blogger, there are many different ways to make money depending on your situation and wants.  1,034 more words

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How there is hope to establish democracy in Iran

The Middle East and the Islamic world will only experience peace once Iran undergoes fundamental change. For the past four decades, the Iranian regime has actively been the most destructive force across the region. 308 more words

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A Monthly Shot for Opioid Addiction: An Option For Some

Home » Harvard Health Blog » A monthly shot for opioid addiction: An option for some – Harvard Health Blog, POSTED APRIL 01, 2016, 9:05 AM , UPDATED MAY 25, 2016, 1:38 PMWynne Armand, MD, Contributing Editor… 787 more words

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Black Indie Readers: African American Historical Fiction is Important Too

Kanye West, Waffle-House, Childish Gambino, Roseanne, and elderly Black women being manhandled by police is but a snippet of what’s going on. I can turn on my television or more precisely, open my computer, and see a similar scene as a 1960s protest march. 697 more words

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Black History Fun Fact Friday - Black Wall Street and the Power of Community

On June 1, 1921, in Tulsa Oklahoma, occurred just one of the worst catastrophes to ever grace the communities of Black people. It was then that the systematic destruction of years of building had made manifest in less than 24 hours. 519 more words

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Begging Ban

I was shocked to see on Stuff.co.nz that a building in Christchurch has now put up No Begging signage in a “effort” to move beggars on. 271 more words