Auburn University Honors Attorney Gerald A. Griggs as National Hero Award Recipient

Auburn University Honors Attorney Gerald A. Griggs as National Hero Award Recipient Atlanta, GA — Being an “upstander” rather than a “bystander” in bullying situations requires courage and risk, but individuals or groups who take the initiative to be “upstanders” – those people whom we describe as Anti-Bullying Heroes –…

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8 Red Flags You May Be Dating A Sociopath

8 Red Flags You May Be Dating A Sociopath There is an unfortunate trend and buzz that has emerged across the national landscape as it relates to relationships.  The recent events of a few professional athletes have shed additional light upon domestic violence, skewed relational roles/responsibilities, and how power manifests itself…

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Major African Music Artists to Perform Pro Bono for PLAD’s STOP Africa Land Grab Concert — Sunday, September 21st at the Warner Theatre in Washington, DC

Major African Music Artists to Perform Pro Bono for PLAD’s STOP Africa Land Grab Concert — Sunday, September 21st at the Warner Theatre in Washington, DC Washington, DC — Performing for the first time ever in DC – The legendary Mbilia Bel from the Democratic Republic of Congo, artist producer…

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Understanding the Dynamics of Racism: “The I Don’t See Color Illusion”

Understanding the Dynamics of Racism: “The I Don’t See Color Illusion”   First of all, anyone that has convinced themselves that they don’t draw racial lines and they don’t make decisions based on race is delusional. I will simply say that anyone who questions this should read the book Propaganda…

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Local newspaper: New witnesses emerge in Michael Brown police shooting

U.S. CHIP SOMODEVILLA / GETTY IMAGES Local newspaper: New witnesses emerge in Michael Brown police shooting New testimony could offer fresh insight into fatal police shooting of unarmed teen last month in Ferguson, Missouri September 6, 2014 4:16PM ET by Amel Ahmed   @amelscript Two new eyewitness accounts have emerged of the police shooting…

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How Police Caught The Cop Who Allegedly Sexually Abused 8 Black Women

How Police Caught The Cop Who Allegedly Sexually Abused 8 Black Women Prosecutors say Officer Daniel Holtzclaw made a mistake after a series of sexual assaults on black women in Oklahoma City — he profiled the wrong woman. His family says he’s a victim of “solicited testimony” from women who have “personal…

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The Cry of a Black Nation

The Cry of a Black Nation   As a race, blacks have come to a crossroads — a place in time in which a decision must be made. In a nation, such as America, where millions of immigrants fight to find refuge so that they may pursue dreams associated with…

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Unity Care Community Service Agency Launches Free Academic Assistance Program For African American Students Grades 6-12

Unity Care Community Service Agency Launches Free Academic Assistance Program For African American Students Grades 6-12 – Community Kick-off Celebration Sept. 12 | Oak Grove High School, San Jose CA – San Jose, CA — Unity Care, a non-profit youth and family service agency, is proud to launch its Imani Village…

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Essential Oils Support Physical and Emotional Well-Being

Essential Oils Support Physical and Emotional Well-Being September 04, 2014 | 196,362 views |   By Dr. Joseph Mercola  Your sense of smell is your most primal sense and exerts surprising influence over your thoughts, emotions, moods, memories, and behaviors. Scents are experienced long before words. This is why it’s nearly impossible to…

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