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How To Survive Crisis Or Change As A Family | Mia Redrick


By Mia Redrick In March, my husband had a successful kidney transplant after being on dialysis for five long years. He is doing amazing and our family has learned the transformative power of change after spending the last five years responding to frequent change as a result of adjustments to schedules, vacations, medical considerations and activities that daddy could not attend ... Read More »

Mary J Blige Shares Bouts With Domestic Abuse In Video


Mary J. Blige is known for using her sultry voice and hip-hop beats that control listeners like a vocal puppeteer commanding us to sway and pat our feet. The R&B Diva’s latest single is truly a soul-gripping melody that shines a spotlight on the dark world of domestic abuse. Blige belts out a haunting refrain that captures the pain so ... Read More »

VH1 Is Teaching Women To Say “Bye Felicia” To Low Self Esteem


The year, 1995. The movie,”Friday” starring Ice Cube,Chris Tucker, Bernice Mac and Nia Long. In a hilarious story about what happens when you owe a drug dealer. One of the most memorable lines from the movie, “Bye Felicia” took on a life of its own and has became the ultimate expression of disinterest and a way to passively-aggressively tell someone ... Read More »

“Hit the Floor” star found dead, alongside her rapper boyfriend


A tragedy occurred this week.  “Hit the Floor” star Stephanie Moseley was found dead along with her rapper boyfriend, according to TMZ.  The woman and her boyfriend both died in an apparent murder-suicide. Police aren’t yet sure who shot whom.  Officers only say that they heard a woman screaming and shots rang out in an apartment complex near The Grove ... Read More »

Meet The First Black Woman To Win a World Title in Swimming


Reported by Kacie Whaley Alia Atkinson won gold at the 12th FINA World Swimming Championships Saturday after competing in the Women’s 100m Breaststroke Final in Doha, Qatar,  according to reports.  She has made history as the first black woman to secure a world swimming title. During the fourth day of the championships, Atkins, 25, was head-to-head with swimming favorite Ruta ... Read More »

Actress Discusses Role as Whitney Houston’s Alleged Lesbian Lover In Forthcoming Biopic


Lifetime’s Angela Basset-directed biopic about Whitney Houston entitled “Whitney” is fast approaching.  With the premier coming in January, actress Yolanda Ross spoke with Huffington Post about playing Houston’s rumored lesbian lover,  Robyn Crawford. Crawford was Whitney’s best friend and personal assistant, but throughout the years, some have speculated that the friendship was actually romantic.  Houston always denied these rumors. Ross, ... Read More »

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