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Vacations are a time of peace and relaxation. It is a time to step away from your normal day-to-day schedules and instead take time for yourself to restore your peace. Ladies, as you travel to your getaway destination, listen to these podcasts to uplift your mental state. “Therapy for Black Girls” –  Dr. Joy Harden…

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Imagine if the Bloods, Crips, Vice Lords, and GDs became organizations that empowered Black and brown youth to focus on self-improvement, entrepreneurship, and education. With a goal of building instead of destroying. It’s not too late for gangs to turn crime into legit commerce. NASCAR began due to liquor bootleggers who built fast cars to…

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Since the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown by Officer Darren Wilson, the town of Ferguson, Missouri, and all of America have been on edge. Almost 50 years after Freedom Summer, black Americans find themselves once again marching peacefully for justice and freedom from oppression. Rolling out is on the ground in Ferguson and…

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Morehouse College is once again on the forefront of new academic endeavors and course offering, the latest of which is the Peace Studies Program. Rolling out spoke with Dr. Gregory Hall of the Morehouse College Political Science Department. What is the Peace Studies Program? How long has it been in place? The peace studies program…

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It’s no secret that since NeNe Leakes and Star Jones appeared on the latest season of Celebrity Apprentice , that the two have been nothing less than bitter rivals. And although they expressed their mutual disdain through vicious verbal jabs, both on screen and in the press, Leakes recently revealed that she doesn’t actually hate…

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