Is There A Benefit For Continuing The Violence In The Black Community?

BlackOnBlackBy Lawrence A. Robinson - I see plenty of announcements for ‘stop the violence’ forums and town hall meetings.  I’ve seen ‘stop the violence’ bar-b-que gatherings and even special movie showings.  I have seen, ‘stop the violence’ gatherings at churches, homes, parks, city hall steps on the street corners and in parking lots.

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A Passionate Message

OrlandoUnity LogoBy Rena Mack Peterson
It's my life, my life's not mine I live for a better tomorrow for my people. No matter where I go or what I do. Im searching for ways to cultivate culture, love, independence and family to my people. It doesn't mean I'm anti any other race. That means that I love my black people and I want the best for them like every other race wants the best for there own.

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Upside Down, Right Side Up Miracle

Jill Capri SimmsBy Jill-Capri Simms Excerpt from the new book “I Am” 

We had just completed pre-recording this week’s edition of Liberating Truth Radio. Typically, I send my guests their interview questions about a week in advance. Yes, it might seem “stagey”, but the preparation formula helps me and the interviewee relax and keep on track to meet the broadcast timeframe. After all, 30 minutes will seem like 30 seconds once we get started. 

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The Man Beside Aramis Ayala

Aramis David Ayalaby Alisia Mary Adamson
While many argue that personal lives (especially of family members) shouldn't matter when it comes to politics, I see why they do...because situations in our lives shape us into who we are.
David Ayala's story is one of reformation, restoration and most importantly, rehabilitation.

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THE COLLECTIVE IDENTITY

collective identityby Attorney Pam Keith     (formally US Senate Candidate)
Often, on the campaign trail I mentioned the fact that I was about eight years old before I finally understood that I was, in fact, an African American person. Up until that point I only understood that i was an American, and that being an American was very special.

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Domestic Violence Ain't No Joke

Domestic Abuse - Tiffany Baldwinby Tiffany Baldwin
Domestic violence is becoming worst and worst these days! If you haven't been through it you would never understand! To have a weakness and not love yourself enough to get out is frightening! To think a man loves you after he treats you like scum and disrespect you in front of family and friends is sickening! It happens it happened to me!

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