Realizing That Having An Education Is Power

Millions of students enroll in college and don’t realize the power they have. This is a chance for our generation to grow and continue life. The power that education holds is strong and everyone should realize that because not many people can get an education. They want to but because of the predicament they were […]

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How To Stay Focus In College During The Pandemic

We are in a time where focusing on your work should be your number one priority. Have you seen the news lately? Covid has taken so many people who never expected it. You just never know how long you got, so you just have to keep working. During this time, it can be hard to […]

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#Black History Month: First Black Photographer “Gordon Parks”

Photography is such a beautiful thing. It lets you capture the beauty, emotions and life with pictures. “Gordon Parks” did just that and became the first black photographer. He was a photographer, musician, writer and film director in the 40’s. His work was known everywhere and he was one of the co-founders of “Essence Magazine”. […]

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#Black History Month: Greatest Boxer of All Time “Muhammad Ali”

Known as the greatest wrestler, “Muhammad Ali” did more than box. He played a part in the civil rights movement. Everything blew up after he was sentenced to 5 years after refusing to be drafted into the military. You have to give him his respect for that one because he has own beliefs. It’s crazy […]

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#Black History Month: Powerful Athlete “Alice Coachman”

“Alice Coachman” was known as the first black woman to win a goal medal in the London Olympics for the high jump. She was awarded her medal by “King George VI” which is a huge deal. Growing up, she was unable to train in certain places or use equipment because of her skin color. Once […]

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#Black History Month: “Bayard Rustin” All Round Activist, Leader, and Supporter

I honestly don’t know where to start because this man did so much in his lifetime. Bayard Rustin had many accomplishments in his life. He worked next to Martin Luther King Jr, helped organize freedom rides, made many speeches, fought for the black communities and so much more. He was raised by his grandparents and […]

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#Black History Month: Powerful Black Couple “Barack And Michelle Obama”

I wanted to dedicate today’s black history post to the Obamas because they did make history and it’s also valentines day. Barack Obama made history as the first black President and Michelle Obama made history as the first black First Lady. They were a match made in heaven. They have been together for over 30 […]

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#Black History Month: First Black Doctor “Dr. Rebecca Lee Crumpler”

This woman became a doctor during the scary parts of history. I am talking about the late 1800’s when there was full on slavery. How did she do it? During this time, many blacks weren’t allowed to go to medical school but she was accepted with the others. Let me repeat that this was during […]

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#Black History Month: Beauty & Brains”Jane Bolin”

Talk about leading with judgement. Did you get it? Judgement because she is a judge (lol). It was good but we are talking about the first black female judge “Jane Bolin”. Not only did this woman make history as the first black female judge, but she was also the first black woman to attend “Yale […]

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