Advocacy

Standing up for what we believe in and what we know is just and right

Advocacy

Call to Action to Dismantle Structural Racism and Economic Disparities in Minneapolis-St. Paul

In response, these leaders reached out to seven African American nonprofit executive directors (I was one) and together, we established the Itasca North Minneapolis Partnership. The Partnership’s mission: develop and implement strategies to better leverage private-sector employment and economic development assets against the disparate and deepening racial and economic disparities experienced by African Americans in North Minneapolis.

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Is College to expensive now?

A college education has always been presented as a stepping stone to a better life. While the latter might be attainable, data has shown that

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Patricia Pou: Faith In Action at The Rock Church

Patricia Pou, faithful member of St. Alphonsus “Rock” Church in St. Louis, MO discusses faith, family and embracing the Redemptorists mission of sharing the full gospel of Jesus Christ in word and deed to those in need.

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Gwen Berry – Fearless Hammer Thrower

Elite hammer thrower and activist Gwen Berry has become one of the most outspoken leaders in the sport fighting to bring awareness to issues of social injustice in the United States.

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Part 2 of A Series About the Church and Tithing

However, the called upon my life is Apostolic and that’s the realm I operated from within that anointing. It means a lot more than the definition provides and that’s why I tackle subjects that others may run from, and this is one of those, Tithing.

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Minorities 4 Medical Marijuana

Who We Are Minorities for Medical Marijuana, Inc. (M4MM) is organized as a non profit organization with corporate offices based in Orlando Florida. The organization

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A CULTURAL AWAKENING: International Decade for People of African Descent

Before Christopher Columbus changed the name to Puerto Rico, my island was named Boriquen, and Puerto Ricans call themselves Boricuas, in honor of our ancestors. Our roots are linked to Afrodecendientes aka Afro-Latinos, descendants of enslaved West Africans brought to the US, the Caribbean and South America during the diaspora of the Atlantic slave trade.

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