Economy

How African Americans Can Build Generational Wealth for Pennies Per Day

[ad_1] Generational wealth consists of assets, holdings and monies that are passed on from one offspring to the next, and built upon by each generation. A family business is the first thing that comes to mind when many think of generational wealth. Wine vineyards, orange groves, tobacco farms, and sugar plants...

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America’s Shoe Problem and Leadership

[ad_1] Since its founding, America is and has always been a country obsessed with sorting people into specific categories. These categories, most notably race, were often created and emphasized to exclude people from enjoying certain privileges if they did not fall into the "white" category. Whether it's through your race, gender...

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Different Types of Entertainment

[ad_1] Before we look into different types of entertainment, first let's define what entertainment is. Entertainment is any kind of activity that provides amusement for people in a passive way, other entertaining activities that involve participating are considered recreation or hobbies.There are many types of entertainment for particular tastes, for example...

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Add to the Bewitching Look and Persona by Using African American Hair Extensions to Give a New Look

[ad_1] With increasing awareness of different fashion techniques and trends women today feel more comfortable in adopting techniques which suit their body, skin tone, features and frame so that from now they look made adopted but look as part and parcel of the whole and nobody is able to...

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Ruby Bridges, Barbara Anderson, Mrs Ackerman and Me

[ad_1] We recognize Ruby Bridges for her life's work as a civil rights leader and activist; we find an unsightly caricature of Ruby's historic walk through a snarling angry crowd with new education secretary Betsy DeVos depicted as Ruby. This depiction exemplifies how little understanding of race...

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