International Women’s Day #ChooseToChallenge #IWD2021

Hi Sisters! It’s our day—International Day of Women or the Day of International Women! I celebrate you with this post because we are Sisters, and wherever you are, I see you. You, my dear, are an anomaly—a chameleon—who is wonderfully empathetic and flexible. You magically perceive others’ needs and then bend, twist, and reshape yourself […]

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I, Too, Remember Emmett Till #BlackHistoryMonth

I close this Black History Month with a long quote by the late Sen. John Lewis. His words have stirred my own memories of Emmett Till. Emmett Till became my generation’s poster boy to accompany our parents’ lectures on what could happen to black children who misbehaved while on summer vacation to our Southern relatives. […]

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Inside Politics Sunday With Abby Phillip

CNN news contributor, Abby Phillip is now host of Inside Politics Sunday a show airing each Sunday at 8:00 a.m. on the CNN network. I became aware of Abby Phillip while watching CNN’s coverage of the Presidential campaign. Her thoughtful commentary impressed me, but I was even more connected because Abby is a chocolate-brown African […]

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Singer Stevie Wonder a Major Influencer in Martin Luther King Holiday

It would take singer songwriter, Stevie Wonder 15 years and countless protests, marches, and free concerts before Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday would become a national holiday. In the course of this pursuit Wonder would be assisted by U.S. labor unions and countless citizens who would put their names to a petition of more […]

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A Stroke of Technological Good Luck

A wonderful thing happened to me yesterday. I returned a 15 inch, three-month-old Apple MacBook Pro and received the newly released 16 inch MacBook Pro for no extra money. Last night I watched YouTube reviews of the 15 inch versus 16 inch, and based on the reviewers’ reports, I got a good deal! CJKnowsTECH, a […]

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