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A Woman is a believer

Can I say women have more faith than men? I don’t know but I feel so. They seem to be wired to believe more, trust more, love more and live more. 197 more words



A lot has been said about things won’t necessarily flow until its time to. So you could have a cracking idea and the world is just not ready to see it yet. 250 more words

5 Things You May Not Know About The Montgomery Bus Boycott

On December 5th 1955 the first large scale protest against segregation was born. That Movement will forever be known as the Montgomery Bus Boycott.

When… 207 more words

Black History Month

Hero of February: Rosa Parks

Meet Rosa Parks, the woman hero of February! Rosa Parks was born on 4 February 1913. She was an activist in Civil Rights Movement. She was called “the first lady of civil rights” and “the mother of the freedom movement” by the United States Congress. 220 more words


WHAT, ME BLOVIATE # 59: "Who Invented Racism... and Why?"

> FOR ALMOST 13 YEARS I have been privileged to work in a wildly successful after-school program. This semester, I’m bowing out a little early to go check in with my aging mum in Ireland. 577 more words

Kevin Keelan

Like All Black Lives, All Black History Matters

There’s something that needs to be said before we go any further: Black history is American history is the world’s history.

That said, there’s no denying that some histories are told more often than others. 735 more words


Using Your Power as a Consumer

Originally Published: 04/05/2013 04:35 pm ET │Updated Jun 05, 2013

By Dedrick Asante-Muhammad

Did you know that consumer spending equates to 70 percent of our country’s economic activity? 453 more words