Physical circumstances may change – but it takes a free mind to make it permanent.
Newspaper publishers think they are selling a product, but they’re actually engaging in a relationship. The dynamics of the newspaper business model is readers allow a stranger to come into our home; gossip about our neighbors, talk about government issues that affect our lives while revealing some of most of the intimate details of the community when we’re most vulnerable. This engagement requires an exchange of the most valuable relationship commodity: trust.
Some times, that small voice transmits an outdated message, preventing you from transforming into your best self.
If nothing is what it seems in this universe – could it be we’re conditioned to play winner take all games against each other when the true prize comes from solving the mystery of the puzzle?
A cautionary tale for those who mind everyone’s business but their own.
Changing poison into medicine.| I profile two women filmmakers for EBONY’s September Fashion Issue who show how persistence and creatively hurdling obstacles to achieve their goals pay off for the community.
“Magic doesn’t come from talent; it comes from pain”
According to the news release from BlackGirlTravel, Bravo (U.S. Television Network) newest program To Rome for Love, which premiered on January 7, 2018, at 9/8 c, borrows heavily from Black Girl Travel’s signature tour Bella […]
This an excellent Op-Ed on the state of literacy in the U.S. and how to make it better. If you don’t have an NYT time subscription here are the highlights. The article indicates how the […]
"It is good to be 'woke'. It is even better to be 'woke" to your own f*cked up sh*t too..." ~Manatole