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By Early Jackson Of college and graduations, Dan Rather said, “A college degree is the key to realizing the essence of the American Dream. It is well worth the financial sacrifice because it is supposed...

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TD Jakes: The Shame of Black Consumerism

July 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

The church has long been a conductor of ideas for the African American community.  In the church have come many of our most gifted thinkers, orators, performers and spiritual leaders.  Among the leaders in this...

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This video may come off as a bit childish, but sometimes, seeing a cartoon can actually relax our minds and make us less afraid of the thing that lies in front of us.  This video,...

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By Dominique’ N. Reese Having it all in 2014 can be an enormous challenge for a lot of us. Given the layoffs that are still occurring across the country, the alarming unemployment rates, the growing deficits,...

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Michelle Singletary is a nationally syndicated, award winning columnist for The Washington Post.  She graduated from the University of Maryland at College Park and Johns Hopkins University and has a Master’s degree in business and...

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How to save money by eliminating 10 things you don’t need. Check out these relatively painless ways to cut back on your expenses. You will need self-discipline, sacrifice and open-mindedness. Step one, stop buying unnecessary...

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You think that the cost of lunch isn’t eating through your bank account?  Well, think about it this way:  Imagine if you took $10 per day that you might spend on lunch and instead saved...

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by Dr. Boyce Watkins I was thinking this morning about someone I know who was a drug dealer with a lot of money. He took pictures on Facebook with hands full of cash and had...

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Star Parker is a a syndicated columnist, Republican politician, activist, and author. Parker began her advocacy of conservative social and political causes after graduating from Woodbury University with a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Business...

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Dr. Harold A. Black is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville who lectures, consults and publishes extensively on the subjects of financial institutions and the monetary system.  After being the first black...

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