Month: March 2020

Ebony Farashuu

I AM A WOMAN by Ebony Farashuu Last night, my friend, Jerica, dropped off a book I’d purchased from her and a cute T-shirt that says, “I Am A Woman.”…
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Patricia A. Saunders

Patricia A. Saunders was born and raised in Connecticut before relocating to the San Francisco Bay Area nearly 27 years ago. She received her Master’s in Management from the University…
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D. Michele Jackson

Celebrating twenty-five years as a professional nurse, Donna Jackson now adds a writer, published, politically active nurse to her accolades. Having studied Sociology at the historically Black college: Tuskegee University…
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DOPE SICK: JOURNEY IN THE OPIOID CRISIS BY MARILYN G. DIAMOND

I have a big smile on my face in this photo, but there was a sense of brokenness filling my soul. My child was sick and it was tearing me…
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