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Aside from being highly entertaining, the Kung Fu movies that became popular in the early 80’s provide the watcher with lessons on life, history and most importantly on the significance of family, culture and protecting ones community for the future of its survival.
Yesterday, I had an interesting conversation with a friend from Detroit about the declining humanity of the American poor. Close living quarters, lack of resources, and an inability to maneuver the legal system disproportionately devastates low income communities. With murder, robberies and vicious assaults on the rise, it seems the respect for life has been […]
When a family declines, ancient traditions are destroyed. With them are lost the spiritual foundations for life and the family loses its sense of unity. Where there is no sense of unity, the women of the family become corrupt; and with the corruption of women, society is plunged into chaos
Embedded video from CNN Video I know you’ve heard, “She’s pretty for a dark-skinned girl.” In America it is no secret nor surprise that some African Americans have a color complex. It’s a subject matter that has been well documented and made for good books and movies i.e. Black Girl. Why do blonde-skinned people seem […]
Could you go from being a “corporate person” to the assistant manager at a grocery store, if it meant that your knowledge would springboard your loved ones’ success?