LYNNIS WOODS: How To Prevent A Stroke With Herbs & Vegetables

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OPINION – When my brother ‘n’ law had a stroke.  He was just over 50 years old.  Every day I hear about someone  under the age of 60 who has either died of stroke or had a stroke. Stroke is one of the top five killers of Americans and in many cases can be prevented. […]

TIANA BURSE: Why Some Entrepreneurs Succeed More Than Others

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OPINION – There are countless stories that have been written about what successful entrepreneurs do on a day-to-day basis that stand worlds apart from those who merely exist as entrepreneurs. As a relationship marketing coach, I’ve discovered that practically all successful entrepreneurs set goals, specifically at the first week or two in the new month of […]

KEVIN CHAVOUS: Black History Month – A Time to Know Who You Are

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OPINION – As a very young boy, I would love to wake up on Saturday mornings and watch Tarzan starring Johnny Weissmuller. The programs were all re-runs from the 1930’s and 40’s and they featured the main character leading, outsmarting and outfighting the savage native Africans as he roamed the jungle swinging from tree to […]

TIANA BURSE: You Have Choices

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OPINION – Deepak Chopra once stated: “No matter the situation, remind yourself that you have a choice.” A few days ago, I was engaged in an intense conversation with a long-time friend and business partner of mine. As time carried on, we began to discuss humans and more specifically how many options we as Americans […]

JASON MATTHEWS: Put It On Auto

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OPINION – Many times I hear from people that say they can’t afford to save — even though there are many things we pay for each and every month without noticing them. How many of us have a gym membership, Netflix, taxes, social security, health insurance; among a bunch of other things we never use […]

DARRELL ALLISON: Every day is Ferguson

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OPINION – We are all justifiably outraged at the events occurring in Ferguson, Missouri. Headlines scream almost daily about a new incident of racial violence boiling over in a town that is struggling to overcome its troubled history. While prominent African American leaders shout their outrage from microphones and television studios and the rest of […]

LYNNIS WOODS: How To Have Healthy Alternatives For Breakfast

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OPINION – Everyone hears how breakfast is the most important meal of the day. That is true — it is! Although Breakfast is important it is just as important to make sure we use wisdom on what we are eating for that “most important meal of the day.” While having pancakes, bacon, eggs, sausage, orange […]

SIMEON GANT: Why is Eric Garner Dead?

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OPINION – There are good cops and there are bad cops. Just like there are good citizens and there are citizens who are corrupt, mentally ill, deranged or misguided. Police Officers have many names — law enforcement, overseer, Sheriff, Deputies, pig, the man, 5-0, Johnny Law–the list goes on. Regardless of these facts, Eric Garner […]

ANITA JOHNSON: The Black Women- The Other Victim

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OPINION – Over the last three decades, the U.S. has experienced an increase in the death, killing and imprisonment of men in the Black community. Incarceration studies have shown that Black men are imprisoned nine times more than non-Hispanic Whites and around 40 percent of inmates in jail are Blacks. It was stated that one […]

TIANA BURSE: The Power of Letting Go

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OPINION – Havelock Ellis once stated: “All the art of living lies in a fine mingling of letting go and holding on.” Recently I found myself doing a little spring cleaning in the friend department on social media. While scrolling through and deleting some unwanted negative humans, I found myself pondering on the power of […]