Category Archives: Inequality

Healthy Relationship Quiz

Photo Credit Relationships are things that we all desire at some point in our lives.  Yet, relationships are also amongst one of the most difficult experiences that we will ever encounter.  Because relationships are highly sought after, yet difficult dynamics … Continue reading

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Trayvon Martin – Justice Denied

Photo Credit Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints.  ~ Psalms 116:15 There are no words that can truly express how I feel about the travesty of what has become of Trayvon Martin’s legacy.  For … Continue reading

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Constructive Criticism or Prideful Arrogance?

Photo Credit I was only trying to help you! Well if you would have listened to where I was coming from, you would have understood! I was just telling you the right way! Are you reading the above quotes, or … Continue reading

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Why YOU Should Care about Gang Rape

Photo Credit The recent tragedy of the death of the 23-year-old woman who was gang raped in Delhi, India is shedding light on what is an all too common occurrence… Gang Rape.  Until now, many of us have turned our … Continue reading

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  Photo Credit   Nothing would please me more… if all men joined together and said “My Strength is NOT for Hurting” As I think about the over encompassing element of domestic violence, I can’t help but think of how … Continue reading

Discipline, Inequality

The Publicity of Mass Murder and Destruction… it’s still a matter of inequality

Photo Credit As I reflect on how amazing my Christmas was with my family, I can’t help but think of what Christmas must have been like for those friends and families of the 27 people most recently murdered in Newtown, … Continue reading

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Brown Paper Bag Test

Photo Credit I was watching CNN today, when a 22 year old, beautiful, African American woman by the name of Kiera (didn’t get her last name) advocated for the need to educate African American youth about skin color.  Kiera worked … Continue reading

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