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Truth, Beauty, Wisdom & Courage in Women of African Descent

March 7, 2011 by

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Women’s History Month  March is recognized and celebrated as Women’s History Month in the U.S. and the U.K., while India uses the month of October for the observance. These are times to highlight the significant contributions of women in history and contemporary society. The observance traces back to 1911 when the first International Women’s Day […]

Dealing with Change

March 5, 2011 by

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“Do not believe in that which comes to your imagination, thinking that it must be the revelation of a superior Being. Believe nothing that binds you to the sole authority of your masters or priests. That which you have tried yourself, which you have experienced, which you have recognized as true, and which will be […]

United Nations IYPAD Calendar Highlights

March 5, 2011 by

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A variety of activities are planned throughout 2011 by Member States as well as civil society to raise awareness about the Year and of the situation of Afro-descendants including their contribution to the societies where they live. 2 March 2011: Panel on the enjoyment of human rights of people of African descent at the Human […]

Boys hoops team’s rise re-frames school, thanks to female coach

March 5, 2011 by

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A “Prison on the Hill” No More By Cameron Smith, YAHOO Sports.com Mon Feb 07 09:19am EST The school was called “The Prison on the Hill” around the community, and no one had been able to break through to the attending teenagers, many of whom were labeled as dangerous. The original school at Audenreid (Pa.) […]

There’s Power in the Name of ” “

March 5, 2011 by

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There’s Power in the Name of “          “  ! By: Amenseph JP Wks February 27, 2011 After reading the heading above, many may have already placed a quick ending to that very statement.  In doing so shows a couple of things in regards to the Influence of Power, or the Power in influence. This in […]

Anna Marie Carter – The Seed Lady of Watts

March 5, 2011 by

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Presented here is an important documentary provided by Anna Marie Carter – The Seed Lady of Wattts     ACT SLOW MINISTRIES was found ed by Anna Marie Carter in 1975 incorporating mission field work to the citizens of Watts and South Los Angeles to serve the Community with prayer, spiritual enrichment, g reen job […]

Positioning Africa

March 5, 2011 by

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Positioning Africa to Engage the Globe   The following are excerpts from Dr. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis’ interview with the chairman of the African Renaissance Party (ARP), Mr. Yahaya Ezemoo Ndu. Candidate for Nigeria´s for presidential elections, Mr. Yahaya Ndu is member of the National Committee of the African Unification Front (AUF), and has spearheaded many […]