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13-17yrs, 18 & over, blog series, career exploration, Education, Motivational (Coaching, Speaking, etc)

Writing and Waiting: Author Chronicles Installment 2


I’ve spent almost ten years writing the same novel. Sometimes I ask myself why that’s the case, even though I know full well the reason why. For starters, I had this grandiose vision of what I wanted Love Changes to be, even before I put the first word on paper. I wanted all the sass

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18 & over, Blog, blog series, career exploration, civic duty, global citizenship, personal development

Haiti:Global Citizenship is food for the soul


  Global Citizenship: Giving to Haiti Yesterday I followed my spirit.It whispered,“Donate.”  Currently I am working on project for Haiti, so without hesitation, I donated to the efforts in Haiti. I chose three non-profit organizations that I knew were on the ground directly providing resources to Haitians as they prepare for their rain and hurricane

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Blog, commentary, Education, Journalism / Mass Media, Media, personal development, Television / Film

Virtual vs. Personal, Black vs. White . . .


Last year I sat on my couch at home and soaked in the first installment of  CNN’s special: Black in America, wondering what other people were thinking. I was craving open discussions, feedback, and the ability to put collaborative plans into action.  Instead of the face to face socializing, I settled for the mass media outlet of blogging and

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13-17yrs, 18 & over, 8-12yrs, commentary, Education, global citizenship

President Obama visits Ghana ? Huh?


Why Ghana? Governments of countries on the continent are scratching their heads!  South Africa can’t understand, “Why not our country?”  We are the continents “economic powerhouse” for crying out loud.  The “most populist country”, Nigeria feels slighted and Kenya, home of Obama’s dad and uummm, well, according to them, that’s reason enough.  “They are a

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