• What We Learned The Most From The Life Of Nipsey Hussle

    What We Learned The Most From The Life Of Nipsey Hussle

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    “Find your purpose or you’re wasting air.” - Nipsey Hussle The Great I remember the exact moment when I heard the news of Ermias Asghedom, better known as Nipsey Hussle The Great’s untimely death. It was so surreal because my fiancé and I had just finished not only listening to the album Victory Lap for the hundredth time, but we had been discussing him...
  • Black Owned Fashion Brands To Support

    Black Owned Fashion Brands To Support

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    I love black people! Our culture, our melanin, our hair, our smiles, our hearts, our creativity, our strength and most of all, our SWAG! We are some of the most stylish people I’ve ever seen in my life. I LOVE US! Not to be a shady palm tree to anyone else or other cultures, but it’s very important for us as a community of...
  • What I've Learned The Most From Red Table Talk

    What I've Learned The Most From Red Table Talk

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    Red Table Talk burst onto the scene in May of 2018 with the beautiful Jada Pinkett-Smith, her ever-gorgeous daughter Willow Smith and Jada’s exuberant mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris. The ability to take raw emotions and real stories all while using an uncut lens of dialogue by taking a deeper look at issues that families all over the world can relate to in some way has...
  • The Power of Shifting Your Thoughts

    The Power of Shifting Your Thoughts

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      “You become what you think about all day long,” Ralph Waldo Emerson said long ago and that is very true. When you internalize everything that is told to you and replay it over and over in your mind, it can become a part of you. When we think about things that people have said to us or what we have even told ourselves...
  • Counseling before marriage

    Counseling before marriage

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    There has always been a stigma within the African American community when it came to counseling or seeking help outside of the family. The need to speak to someone regarding how you are feeling was not something that we did on a community level or even an individual level. We are raised to be strong, to suck it up and get over whatever it...
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