Added by Barbara Howard on March 31, 2008 at 7:39pm —
Focus on Achievement-#6 in a Series of Discussions
By Joan E. Gosier, CEO of HBCU kidz, Inc.
Definition of GAP [a problem caused by some disparity] Pronunciation: \?gap\ Function: noun
Science +Math +Artifacts of Culture +Reading +Test Taking Tips=Gap Closure
Did you know that there is a 18% gap in parents reading to children at home between black and white parents?
Source: US… Continue
Added by Joan E. Gosier on March 31, 2008 at 7:27pm —
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Added by Paula Moffett on March 31, 2008 at 4:00pm —
We as people need to feel as if we belong, to a family an organization,a community,etc. And with belonging comes exceptance. Therefore we must realize that even though we have our differences we are all part of one family, The Human Race. It would be a beauitful thing to teach this to our children and future generations.
Added by PheNixx on March 31, 2008 at 3:30pm —
The Wish Maker Checklist.pdf
The Wish Maker Checklist – 5 Strategies for Successful Goal Setting
How many times have you set goals only to watch miserably as they fall by the wayside?
Did other dreams get in the way?
Were you too busy to make your dreams a reality?
Do you feel you are a victim of life’s circumstances,… Continue
Added by Barbara Howard on March 31, 2008 at 3:30pm —
Added by Margaret Salmond on March 31, 2008 at 12:00pm —
I registered in the Avon Breast Cancer walkathon to support my aunt whose 36 years old and have been battling with breast cancer for 3 years... She a mother of 4 year old triplets... She was told on friday that she might not make it but i don't believe it.. with alot of prayer and support i hope everything can turn out for the best... She is like a mother to me she help take care of me..She was there for the birth of my kids i have 3 by the way... I just want to support her and all the breast… Continue
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Coming April 2nd 2008!!!!
Added by Dominique on March 31, 2008 at 1:47am —
“I'm tired of hearing that big women are not attractive. I feel like sterotypes think the norm is just a size 2, but we women come in all shapes and sizes.”
of my shout-out to Trina of Big Girls Don't Cry.
You gotta love her!
Added by Elana Pruitt on March 31, 2008 at 12:23am —
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Kpangnan butter, pronounced “pain-ya”, is also called golden shea butter or African nut butter. It is obtained from the African nut tree, which is found in the forests of West Africa. It is a golden yellow color, which is the reason why some call it “golden shea butter”. It is not, however, related to shea butter. Kpangnan butter is a soft, powdery type nut butter that melts into the skin and gives it a dry, silky feeling.
According to cyberlipid.org, this butter contains a high… Continue
Added by Christine on March 29, 2008 at 9:00pm —
In the spirit of Black entrepreneurs supporting each other, I am posting this video on Nation Building. Buying Black and creating Black businesses are the building blocks towards nation building- which- I don't know about ya'll, but that is my ultimate goal as an entrepreneur. The video is a snippet of a lecture by Dr John Henrick Clarke- Well known ancestor who was steeped in his knowledge of African History as a Prof. at Hunter College in NYC- was involved in various world movements for Black… Continue
Added by Kala Mujibha on March 29, 2008 at 12:33pm —
Hello Good people,
View this documentary and see why credit debt is a setup. Designed to keep you broke.
Did you know that your rate can be increased for almost any reason the bank decide.
Did you know you will charge a higher rate on money borrowed before the higher rate applied.
Did you know that late fee is 100% profit for the banks and you pay interest on that amount.
Yes, you are being legally robbed. View this then go to http://www.juniques.org and stop the… Continue
Added by Rickey on March 29, 2008 at 1:50am —
I am looking for vending opportunies in Michigan. I really enjoy networking and meeting new people. I have a website www.3mbgifts.com also, but I enjoy going and doing and the excitement of being around all sorts of people. Let me know of some upcoming events anyone might know of. In Detroit, Flint, Sag, Pontiac, Lansing , Grand Rapids Areas
Peace and Blessings
Added by Margene Burkett on March 28, 2008 at 8:20pm —
IF YOU HAVE CHILDREN , MORE SO GIRLS WE ALL KNOW THE THREE MAJOR BIRTHDAYS ARE HER, SWEET SIXTEEN, (OR FIFTEEN, FOR OTHER NATIONALITES) EIGHTTEEN, AND TWEENTY ONE. AND I KNOW WE HAVE ALL SEEN THE HIT MTV SHOW "MY SWEET SIXTEEN" WELL IF YOU ARE A SINGLE PARENT LIKE I AM OR YOU HAVE A LIMITED BUDGET TO LIVE ON PARTIES THAT LAVISH ARE JUST NOT POSSIBLE. WE ALL WANT OUR CHILDREN TO HAVE THE BEST. WE ALL WANT OUR CHILDREN TO FEEL SPECIAL. WE ALL WANT OUR DAUGHTERS TO FEEL LIKE A PRINCESS ON HER… Continue
Added by CATERING/EVENT PLANNIGANISSA DAVIS on March 28, 2008 at 1:15pm —
For Immediate Release
Author Ananda Leeke's Novel Celebrates National Poetry, Jazz Appreciation, and Financial Literacy Month in April
Ananda Kiamsha Madelyn Leeke, yoga teacher and debut author of powerful women's self-discovery novel, Love's Troubadours - Karma: Book One, to celebrate National Poetry, Jazz Appreciation, and Financial Literacy Month in April with two book readings and two free yoga events in Washington, DC.
March 27, 2008 - Washington, DC -- On… Continue
Added by Ananda Kiamsha Madelyn Leeke on March 28, 2008 at 11:38am —
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