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Sir, You’re In My Seat:

It’s been a long four years an election. For the Democrats it’s a celebration, but does that mean that both parties can’t work together? As “T” gives up the Presidential seat, an President Biden takes over. My question is will there be change? With some of the major errors from our previous leader, as far this Pandemic to building a wall we never finished, to keeping Women an children held an detained without the proper necessities. Will President Biden be able to put things back in order? Biden States: “It starts with doing everything possible to get the COVID-19 under… Keep Reading

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Social Consciousness:

During this pandemic I ask you how has Social Consciousness, has changed. I feel we are all becoming more aware of what’s going on around us. I feel we are more conscious about our actions an what we as individuals are perceiving to the world. I feel we are evolving more as one. Which brings us to A discussion for the necessity of the submission of the current educational system to the quickly evolving mass consciousness of the post coronavirus state for a united humanity. The raising of social consciousness as the new worldview was established prior to coronavirus, yet… Keep Reading

LGBTQ Equality 
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LGBTQ + Equality 

For years the LGBTQ+ Community, we’ve been marching, killed, asking an fighting for equality. Far back to Marsha.P Johnson, born and also known as Malcolm Michaels Jr., was an American gay liberation activist and self-identified drag queen. Known as an outspoken advocate for gay rights, Johnson was one of the prominent figures in the Stonewall uprising of 1969. Now 2020,  our brothers an sisters fought long an hard. Now California Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) has officially signed A new Bill 932. We in the LGBTQ+ will no longer be discriminated against Insurance Companies an Health Care Providers, An Governor Gavin… Keep Reading

Debbie Allen
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Who knew 70 would look this good? 

Born Deborah Kaye Allen, January 16, 1950 in Houston Texas. Actress, choreographer, dancer, television director, television producer. Allen is best known for her work in the musical-drama television series Fame (1982-1987), where she portrayed dance teacher Lydia Grant, and served as the series’ principal choreographer. Fame won several Academy Awards, and helped launched a dance fad across the U.S. The wild success of the film evolved into a successful television spin-off in 1982, in which Allen also co-starred. For her role as choreographer on the show, Allen snagged three Emmy Awards for choreography. After Fame was canceled, Allen headlined Bob Fosse’s revival of the musical Sweet Charity, for which she was… Keep Reading

Cardi B and Offset No More
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Cardi B & Offset No More?

According to legal records in Fulton County Superior Court, Cardi B (real name: Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar) filed for dissolution of marriage asking the court to end her marriage. According to Hollywood Unlocked, who broke the story, Georgia court officers confirmed the filing which is filed against her husband Offset (real name: Kiari Cephus). The shocking news comes after Cardi B and Offset’s relationship has had its ups and downs, but following a huge moment in the rapper’s career with the success of ‘WAP.’ As we reported, the couple were secretly married in 2018 but were plagued by numerous rumors of infidelity immediately following the… Keep Reading

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Hollywoods College Bribery Scandal:

Our favorite actor isn’t so innocent, there’s more to her than we knew. Including her clothing designer husband, J. Mossimo Giannulli. TV actress Lori Loughlin will serve her prison sentence at the federal correctional institution in Victorville for her role in the college admissions scandal, according to court papers obtained Thursday. A judge signed off on the actress’ request to Serve Time at the medium-security federal prison camp, according to a Sept. 9 order filed in Boston federal court. Loughlin’s husband, clothing designer J. Mossimo Giannulli, will serve his sentence at the low-security federal prison for men at Lompoc in Santa Barbara… Keep Reading

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Parenting During Pandemic:

Like millions of other parents, that have have been struggling to sustain the competing jobs of work, home schooling and parenting. School is out for the summer, and the debate about how and where to resume it in the fall is raging. As homes multitask as office, school and living space, parents now find themselves in a bind. They have the extended time they always wanted with their children, but the pressure to juggle multiple roles without support structures has proven stressful, leaving them with less quality time to enjoy parenting. Child well-being begins with parental well-being. As parents with… Keep Reading

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Acknowledgement & Highlight

Every month we take the time to acknowledge Artists, in the entertainment that have a positive impact in the world today. Especially at a time like this. I had the pleasure of interviewing, Juiced up Joey (Joelle). Which has came a long way as an independent Artist, which along the way helped developed other up an coming artists an motivates the youth in her city. She teaches an mentors the youth in her community to be great an find a more positive an productive way an path towards being great an achieving their goals. Where you from? I’m from Pittsburgh… Keep Reading

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Take Me Back To The BallGame:

I remember growing up an going to the Oakland A’s game. I remember tailgating, bonding and interacting with others. An having that family time. I constantly ask myself when will we back to attending the games an making those great memories again. I feel having those moments as Americans we had a something we shared in common. We made positive memories an connections. We didn’t focus on color or politics. It was a space of diversity and acceptance. But only time will tell through this pandemic, will we go back to the Ballgame? The outbreak of the novel coronavirus, which… Keep Reading

Renters An Homeowners
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Renters An Homeowners

I always wondered how renters an homeowners  were affected through this pandemic? I wonder how this pandemic affected their family?  As the coronavirus pandemic continues to roll across the U.S., keeping many individuals in semi-isolation, millions are already out of work for the foreseeable future and others are likely to become so. How will those suddenly without income be able to keep a roof over their heads? The federal government and individual states are stepping in to provide protection for homeowners and renters. On the state level, some initiatives are specifically intended to provide relief to homeowners and tenants financially impacted by… Keep Reading

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