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Love Is More Than Just A Four-Letter Word

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By Joye D. Epps | Love, there’s so many things that I have to tell. I hope that you’re down to listen. In today’s society, the word love is touted around like a prized pig as if it were the last girl left in the bar ready to go. Love is treated like a moose’s head that a skilled hunter …

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Hope Floats. 30+ And Single

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By Joye D. Epps | There is a tremendous amount of pressure on thirty-something-year-old women who find themselves unmarried and without children- past the age of societal expectations. Historically, in earlier generations, women had a marriage, mortgage, kids and a minivan by the age of 25. By age 30, most of the women in my mom’s generation …

Traveling While Black: 4 Companies You Need to Know About

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By Cenithia Bilal | I’ve traveled with numerous people from very different backgrounds to many countries. I’ve seen firsthand the stark differences between my own experiences and the experiences of someone who isn’t a person of color. It’s not that my time in these countries was rife with prejudice or racism, but rather it was so subtle …

Ethnic Foods Made Healthier: 5 Easy Healthy Dishes from Across the Globe

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By Aisha Powell | One of the better parts about coming from descendants of different cultures is the amazing foods! Whether your family is from Ghana, Asia, Italy or Venezuela, the traditional foods that brew in countries all around the world are a delicious reminder of where you came from. The problem with ethnic foods, especially ones …