Every Day Gratitude

Every Day Gratitude

by Michelle Spiritbird Harris Gratitude. Such a simple word with meanings larger than we fully comprehend. In many indigenous cultures gratitude is a daily practice. It is not reserved for one day More »

God On The Run- ‘Running to and from Church’

God On The Run- ‘Running to and from Church’

By Lucius Gantt I attend church services about 35 times a year. I go to my neighborhood church every Sunday unless I am not feeling well, working, traveling or visiting some other More »

Mickey Mouse runs this town, but he’s got company.

Mickey Mouse runs this town, but he’s got company.

Mickey Mouse runs this town, but he’s got company. Alex Martins has become one of the most powerful figures in Orlando. Not only does Martins’ business card read, CEO of the More »

…and the beats go on: Dirty politics, disrespect and voters

…and the beats go on: Dirty politics, disrespect and voters

What’s next for Democrats and Black America? WASHINGTON—The latest crisis for the Democratic Party, sparked by former party interim chair Donna Brazile’s new tell-all More »

Dr. Larry Robinson can already taste the banana pudding.

Dr. Larry Robinson can already taste the banana pudding.

Dr. Larry Robinson can already taste the banana pudding. It’s been on his mind for almost a year. FAMU’s interim president is More »

 

THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION NOW PREPARING TO GUTTING THE INDIANS

IS THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION PREPARING TO GUT THE INDIAN REORGANIZATION ACT?

The Gantt Report – Wonder Women

By Lucius Gantt

Devilish Donald Trump and his seemingly wicked and deceitful Chief of Staff former General John Kelly has spent over a week

31 Twitter Tips: How To Use Twitter Tools And Twitter Best Practices For Business

For years I have wondered what the value of Twitter is for sales and business. Everyone knows the indisputable value of LinkedIn for B2B sales, marketing, B2B prospecting, and entrepreneurs in general. But Twitter is finally gaining traction in B2B.

Starbucks COO is the first woman, African American

App-savvy new Starbucks COO is the first woman, African American in company’s highest echelon

Brewer is not quite an outsider — she joined the Starbucks board of directors in January. Yet she’s not an insider, having spent the past five years

Books Bill and Melinda Gates Read to Their Kids

‘So what are the best books to read to your kids?’

by Rachel Gillett (Cover Picture) Melinda and Jennifer Gates on a trip to Tanzania. TED.com/YouTube

Considering all the support the Gates Foundation gives to literacy initiatives around the world, it comes as little surprise that Bill and Melinda Gates embrace the benefits of reading at home with their kids, too.

Reigniting Our Civilization is a Resolution Not a Slogan… Launching the Translation Challenge

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Yesterday the world celebrated International Translation Day, honoring the instrumental role translators play in bridging civilizations, cultures and generations. The knowledge that translators preserve

America’s Melting Pot Is Boiling Brown People To Death

People of color are growing accustomed to imminent danger.

By Sahaj Kohli

I’ll never forget the first time I realized people saw my brother and dad

Who — Or What — Will Rebuild Houston?

The U.S. already needed thousands of additional construction workers.

Then Harvey, Irma and Maria hit.

A few days after Hurricane Harvey slammed into Texas, pummeling the state with devastating flooding, a home remodeling contractor in Detroit sent a text to her four employees, asking if they would be up for temporarily moving to Houston.