Jason Moore, Author, Internet Entrepreneurship 101 for African Americans, on myCULTURAL Conversations
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Jason Moore, Author, Internet Entrepreneurship 101 for African Americans, on myCULTURAL Conversations

This book was written with the African American entrepreneur in mind. Whether you are a budding or established entrepreneur, this book has something for everyone. Continue reading

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Bring Our Girls Back Now! Missing Schoolgirls of Nigeria
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Bring Our Girls Back Now! Missing Schoolgirls of Nigeria

                  AWESOME SHOW. THANK YOU TO Obang Okello, Rosemond Sarpong Owens… http://goo.gl/KJIQgA myCULTURAL Conversations’  in depth analysis and personable look at the crisis of the kidnapped Nigerian Schoolgirls through the expert and firsthand experiences of Rosemond Sarpong Owens, 1st African woman appointed President of Books for Africa … Continue reading

Bring Our Girls Back Now! Missing Schoolgirls of Nigeria
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Bring Our Girls Back Now! Missing Schoolgirls of Nigeria

Rosemond Sarpong Owens, 1st African woman appointed President of Books for Africa organization; and Obang Okello, international motivational speaker, survivor of war, and refugee camps in Sudan & Ethiopia, speak on missing Nigerian Schoolgirls. Continue reading

It’s Time for Muslim Outrage Against the Boko Haram
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It’s Time for Muslim Outrage Against the Boko Haram

“For Muslims in specific, every imam who takes the pulpit this Friday should at the very least pray for our sisters in Nigeria as well as every woman who faces religious persecution and oppression at the hands of those who claim to act on God’s behalf, but really have no semblance of God in any … Continue reading