Five Inspirational Black Women

With Black History Month coming to an end and myself being a young African American young woman I wanted to share inspirational women who you might not have the opportunity to have learned in school or the people we do not mention. The first woman I wanted to share is Mary Jane Patterson. She is […]

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How You Know He’s Not the One

Today is the day that most singles dread including myself. Logging onto social media and seeing all the couples all coupled up and spoiling each other with love and gifs. But, it just seems that you cannot find one person to spoil and give gifts. I have this problem all the time you start seeing […]

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Is Technology Hurting Us?

Is our society today too focused on technology that we have lost sight of communicating with one another. We have kids today who have the lastest phones as their first phones. Are we setting up our kids for failure before they even have the opportunity to grow. What I have noticed and I am even […]

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Is it Harder Growing up in the 21st Century than it was in the Past?

Growing up we have all heard of our parents tell us that we have it easy. Or we have heard of the phrase “Back in my day” and how they had some many hardships than us. We have cell phones that we call and text people throughout the whole country. On our phones we have […]

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One More Month Left in 2019!

Where I have been for the last few months: Phew! This year is coming to an end really fast and as a college student the semester went by really fast. Currently, I am in my third year of college and all the things I have dreamed of doing in the media industry is coming true […]

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Is Western Medicine Dehumanizing ?

Western medicine is quite dehumanizing given its emphasis on science and technology (Walker, 2013). This is given that the procedures followed make one feel like an object through the use of excessive medicine and other inhumane procedures .This procedures in Western medicine tend to be dehumanizing in the manner patients are treated. The emphasis on […]

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Are Phones Hurting Relationships?

Twenty years ago we wouldn’t have this problem I remember my parents and even my grandfather telling me how things were back in their day. My mother would tell me that if my father had to talk to her that she would have to beep him and he would have to go to the nearest […]

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Interview – NPHC

Now you are at the interview of the organization that you are trying to join. Don’t worry about I’m going to share some tips Treat it is a regular job interview. Remember the organizations are businesses as well. KNOW INFORMATION ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION! You don’t have to be an expert on the information for the […]

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Are TV Shows Too White?

Whiteness is often invisible on telvesion that is has become the norm that people no longer look into it. Growing up as a 90s baby I could remember all the shows that appeared on many different networks. From the shows like Martin, Hanging with Mr. Cooper, Sister, Sister, 227, Amen, Roc, Family Matters, Moesha, Living […]

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Are Blacks Treated Unfairly by Law Enforcement ?

The deep racial tensions are seen in many areas of American life underlie how blacks and whites view police in their communities, as well as their reactions to the deadly encounters in recent years between blacks and law enforcement officers. It’s pretty evident that African Americans are treated fairly poorly by police officer. People of […]

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