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

Black People Are Not Immune From Mental Illness
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Black People Are Not Immune From Mental Illness

Reprint… http://diverseeducation.com/article/57310/ by Dr. Elwood Watson A few weeks ago, more than two dozen students, mostly Black, were involved in a violent brawl at a local college hangout near the campus where I teach. In this digital age and 24/7 media cycle, the news spread like wildfire throughout town in a matter of hours. Moreover, … Continue reading

On “myCULTURAL CONVERSATIONS” –  April 15 @5pm (est)/4pm (cst); Author Rhonda Lee, For the Love of Bipolar
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On “myCULTURAL CONVERSATIONS” – April 15 @5pm (est)/4pm (cst); Author Rhonda Lee, For the Love of Bipolar

Rhonda M. Lee is a native of New Orleans, Louisiana and author of her new book, “For the Love of Bipolar” released on March 25, 2014. She is a current employee of the federal government for over 25 years; a member of NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) and trained facilitator. Continue reading