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Conversations with Ganja.

why is God a man
why did God put the tree in the garden
who built hell

why didn’t the other books make it
why is the church still sexist… 213 more words


[ Guest Blog] The Demise Of The Black Household [Written By Shandell C.]

In this day and age, being a single parent is the new “normal.” Marriage has been a declining institution among all Americans and this decline is even more evident within the Black community. 890 more words


Live Beautiful Memories.....

One of the biggest things about aging is the looking back on life. Sometimes some of us spend a great deal of time looking back regretfully or if we are truly feeling blessed, we look back with joy and thanksgiving woven throughout the regrets, or sorrows or sadness. 655 more words


Jack And Jill Taught Me That Blackness Is In The Eye Of The Beholder

Originally published February 9, 2017 on Blavity

I’ve heard folks describe Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated as “a club for bourgeois black kids with rich parents,” but that sounds like one of Kellyanne Conway’s alternative facts. 1,090 more words


Pop Eyed 

​Me and my two older sisters were reminiscing over childhood memories not too long ago when my oldest sister brought something to our attention about our Mom. 294 more words


A Study on Mental Health Being Conducted by a Howard University PhD Student at Baylor

By Johanna Williams

Mental health concerns in our African American community are worthy of exploration and attention. Continued research is needed to cater to families in need both underprivileged and affluent. 135 more words

Affluent Blacks

Rib eye steak, three cheese macaroni and fresh steamed green beans

Fresh is where it’s at. Y’all, listen, you don’t know what you’re missing until you eat fresh vegetables. We grew up on fresh vegetables but in college I discovered canned vegetables and frozen broccoli. 492 more words

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