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It’s not easy being pro-Black in America. On a daily basis, we are reminded of this nation’s disdain or disregard for our existence. Black folks have had to develop coping skills to maintain our sanity. Here are five rules I suggest for living a happy, productive, pro-Black life: 1) Pro-Black people should never go on…

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I love fall! With fall comes the beauty of the leaves changing colors, weather cooling down and harvest season. For those that were wise and planted good seeds, this is a season of celebration! Often when we think of a harvest, our analogies are of a farmer. We know that farmers intentionally plant specific seeds…

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Her identity was in question. The first thought of whose she was crossed her mind and later flooded her thoughts. Many cheered her but she couldn’t receive the accolades or trust her feelings because she was unsure of her source, her foundation. She was perceived as a babydoll to many but she always wondered who…

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The Sunday mornings of my childhood were filled with the sounds of Mahalia Jackson, Andrae Crouch and The Winans. That soundtrack was the preparation for a day of worship at the Delray Beach Church of God. It was on those uncomfortable wooden pews that I learned about Jesus. I learned that Jesus comforted the poor,…

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Jesus Christ, arguably the most renowned biblical figure, traveled by foot, boat and donkey. Granted in the ancient world, those were the most common modes of travel. But despite the fact that he didn’t travel in a craft that moved faster than the the speed of light, his name launched a religion and 2,000 years…

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