Written by Dr. Anne Crémieux Ph.D   
Friday, 12 August 2016 00:00


"African," "Colored," "Negro," "Black," "Afro-American," "African American"…

What is Africa to me Copper sun or scarlet sea, Jungle star of jungle track,
Strong bronzed men, or regal black,
Women from whose loins I sprang
When the birds of Eden sang?
One three centuries removed
From the scenes his fathers loved,
Spicy grove, cinnamon tree,
What is Africa to me?

"Heritage," Countee Cullen-1925

My Undying Love Of Black Women
Written by Joe Davis   
Sunday, 24 July 2016 12:10


My Undying Love For Black Women actually started in middle school when I noticed so many pretty young Black girls when I was in class, hallway, and the lunchroom.

And after seeing that in middle school everyday, it made me realize that the beauty of the Black woman is second to none in the world and that they are the most beautiful women in the world.

The Psychology of Your Five Best Friends
Written by W. Eric Croomes   
Monday, 20 June 2016 22:42


Do our friends have an impact on our success and failure? Is negative peer pressure something only teens experience? Is it possible that our so-called friends say they have our best interests at heart but really don’t?

Yes. No. Yes.

Here’s the bottom line: Our ‘friends’ represent an invisible force field that can yield positive or negative results for our lives, depending on our ability to discern the meaning of such friendships and our willingness to take corrective action when circumstances deem it necessary.

Celebrating Fatherhood 10 Ways To Be A Better Father
Written by William Jackson   
Sunday, 12 June 2016 16:09



There are things that every father needs to know and should modify their behaviors when helping to raise their children whether in the home or not. The actions of fathers have serious effects on their children. The relationships of fathers and their children have lifelong effects on both.

A father’s words and actions carry tremendous weight throughout the life a child and shape the relationship behaviors of children into adulthood. Girls need fathers to show them what expectations to have on how they should be treated and respected. What they morally and ethically should expect from boys and men as they mature and why girls and women should have their own and not have to depend on anyone to provide for them.

A father and his daughter have a dynamic relationship that changes as both mature and grow into their roles. Fathers need to understand that daughters need their fathers for support, guidance, love, creating an atmosphere of trust and building self-esteem and self-development.

America's 'Exceptional' Lack of a Female President
Written by Dr. Dinesh Sharma Ph.D   
Sunday, 22 May 2016 16:08

Are Americans ready to elect a woman as president? A SUNY professor take a global
perspective on what it would mean for women's rights

Most Americans believe in the exceptionalism of our nation. However, when it comes to electing a female president, the U.S. is not exceptional. Rather it is an exception to the rule.

The U.S. ranks 97th in global ranking of women in government. Women hold only 19 percent of elected government offices here.

While many countries, including Germany, Denmark and even Rwanda have embraced quotas for gender representation in government, the U.S. has shown no interest in adopting such a policy.

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