We Made The Papers!

-+*I owe a BIG THANKS & HUGS to everyone that made it to our event on Saturday, May 16th, and to those that already donated towards our campaign!! The “2nd Annual Black On Black Crime Solutions Panel,” made it into four different newspapers: The Sun-Sentinel, The Boca Raton Times, The South Florida Times, and The […]

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Solutions To Black On Black Crime Epidemic In America, Phase 1

-+*Slavery has been a blight upon humanity since the dawn of civilization. It has impacted almost every culture and society that has existed in some way, shape, or form, America has been no exemption. The effects that slavery has had on American society have been varied and far reaching, leaving America’s former slaves socially divided […]

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A Little Girl’s Quest For Her History: Toussaint Louverture

-+*Say hello to Majesteé, a thirteen year girl that wrote an impressive history paper on Toussaint Louverture, (May 20, 1743 – April 7,1803) the great Haitian general. Majesteé’s paper was so intriguing that she’s going to districts for a national history contest. She decided to write about the iconic general since its “Black History Month” […]

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The Bravery of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

-+*The three words that I think about when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. crosses my mind are: bravery, peace, and black history. There are times that I try to imagine myself with the brave heart to speak in front of hundreds of thousands of people. The patience to allow police to smack me across the […]

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