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The Miracle of Healing as a Result of Giving

13/12/2015

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Fogata Charity Foundation, Eva Fogata, Photo by Amante Jun Bustamante

Ayanna Nahmias, Editor-in-Chief Last Modified: 02:45 a.m. EDT, 14 December 2015 WASHINGTON, DC – I work with an amazing person who has a young family and is dedicated, kind, but quite unpresuming and quiet. Earlier this year I noticed his absence, but as a private person myself I did not inquire as to the reason. […]

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What Women Don’t Need to Hear from Men

10/12/2015

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Curiosity, Photo by Casey Muir-Taylor

Ayanna Nahmias, Editor-in-Chief Last Modified: 23:25 p.m. EDT, 10 December 2015 As a woman who is passionate about women’s rights born out of my own personal history, I found this video quite revealing. Regardless of where we live, how old we are, or our social economic circumstances, we have all been on the receiving end […]

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America’s Reluctant Racists: Are the Media & Donald Trump to Blame?

01/09/2015

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Donald Trump, Photo by Gage Skidmore

Angela Carson, Contributing Journalist Last Modified: 16:37 p.m. EDT, 1 September 2015 UNITED STATES – In my heart I’ve always wanted to believe that racists are simply radicals who comprise a very small percentage of the population back in my native U.S.A. Sadly, that hope has been increasingly hard to hold onto over the years […]

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Civil Rights in America, a New but Old Debate. Meet My Grandfather, Julius W. Robertson, Atty.

05/07/2015

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Supreme Court of the United States, Photo by Brandon Kopp

Ayanna Nahmias, Editor-in-Chief Last Modified: 22:46 PM EDT, 05 July 2015 WASHINGTON, DC – Among Attorney Julius W. Robertson many talents as an author, civil rights activist and lawyer, he was also the lead attorney on the case of Sarah Keys v. Carolina Coach Company, and he is my maternal grandfather. I believe that his […]

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“Well, Who Burns Churches in God’s Name??!!” South Carolina Black Churches Under Fire

02/07/2015

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New Orleans LA: A four alarm fire burns down the Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church in the Lower Garden District of New Orleans on January 7, 2011 at between 9 and 10 p.m.

Chrycka Harper, Poet & Literary Critic Last Modified: 23:57 p.m. EST, 2 July 2015 SOUTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES Ragged pieces of the Confederate Flag Dipped in blood still smoulders upon The basement floor of Mount Zion AME Church. A White man in ‘Blackface‘ Adorned in the KKK’s uniform Waves his right hand in the air, […]

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