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    Bou’Jae II The New Black Owned Gluten Free Vodka

    Everyone loves a good cocktail and often discuss the hierarchy of their favorite brands. What most people don’t know is that a few parent companies control the industry. Ciroc for example is owned by Diageo who also owns Ketel...
    July 10, 2016 1267 0
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    Submission Is Not A Bad Word

    Submit   The topic of submission has always been a controversial one, especially within our community. There seems to be this stigma in 2016 that says women must be independent and not need a man for...
    June 15, 2016 963 0
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    What’s In A Meme?

    NO. NO. NO A simple trip over to will tell you that the number of black women relative to black men isn’t outrageous at all and until old age isn’t far out of line from their white...
    June 15, 2016 345 0
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    Friendship To Brotherhood

    “My role model has changed. When I was a kid, my role model was someone you would see on tv, like Michael Jordan. But now me being a dad, I understand the lessons my father taught...
    June 15, 2016 172 0
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    Shulunda Gibson Wants You to Speak Your Success

    A speech pathologist and owner of The Speech and Voice Care center in Houston, Shulunda or Shulie as she warmly asked me to call her is teaching people in our community to speak their success, one...
    June 13, 2016 188 0
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    Black Privilege

    As a youth growing up in Harlem, New York City I always had a love/hate relationship with school. I loved seeing my friends and pretty girls every day. I loved the feeling you got when the...
    June 10, 2016 179 0
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    May 19th Officially Malcolm X Day!

    While making my rounds through social media, I came across a picture calling for May 19th to be celebrated as Malcolm X day.  “What a dope Idea” I thought to myself; May 19th being Malcolm’s Birthday it’s the...
    June 4, 2016 141 0

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