HED: What corporate America can learn from the tragic mulatto

By AARON T. FRAZIER Daily Record Columnist Depending on whom you ask, “mulatto” is either a neutral term or a pejorative for a multiracial person. In America, “mulatto” usually means a person who is the…

From Maafa to Marcy to Magna Carta: A “Remix” of the Slave Narrative

By: Edyson Julio King Storytelling predates writing.  It is an intercultural practice that helps bring meaning to the human existence.  America however, both historically and in the present day, hasn’t exactly allowed everyone the privilege…

Ten Tips to Becoming a Successful Entrepreneurs

By: Veronica Moore   Do I consider myself an entrepreneur?  I would say yes, although I did not start out with the intentions of becoming one.  According to definition, an entrepreneur identifies a need and…

A “Grand” Awakening

Push! Push! Push! Puuuush! Interject the sound of brand new life taking his first gasps of air! Whaaaa! He’s here!! Tears! Laughter! Joy unspeakable! Josiah Khai and I have entered new worlds. Josiah; suddenly pushed from the…

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Break Ups and Depression – What To Do When It’s More Than Just Feeling Bad

    All of us, at one point or another, have experienced a break up, some more devastating than others.  Often times, individuals in a breakup experience a gamut of overpowering emotions that leave them…

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