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I am here to uplift, encourage, praise and press with my sister
Sistas Let's Stop Hatin' On Each Other.
Ok...so I walk in and you see me. You see that my hair is done, my
outfit is fierce and I carry myself like a lady. I smile at you but
you roll your eyes at me, then, turn your head and whisper something to
your girl. Why you hatin'?
Ok ...so maybe my man and I have been having problems. And since
you've been my best friend for years I confide in you that I think he's
cheating on me. You offer your support. Until I find out that he's
been cheating on me....with you! Why would you hurt me like that?
I found your knife, girl.....it's in my back!
As women we battle daily. We battle keeping our families together,
keeping our men happy and maintaining our presence in the workforce.
With all that battling going on why in the world should we have to
battle each other?
Now I'm not saying every sistah has a knife...but some of you
do....and you know who you are.
Inferiority Complex. It makes us feel that in order to be someone
special we have to put everyone else beneath us. Are we so insecure in
ourselves that we can't feel good until we pull someone else down?
There's something wrong here. We've come to envy those who've
accomplished in their lives what we've only dreamed of having for
ourselves. And when we fear we will never be able to get what we want
- we steal it.
There is a serious self-worth issue going on here. We're in a day and
age where we should be encouraging each other and holding each other
Life is so much more than who looks the best, who dresses the best and
who makes more money. So when you see your sister going for hers let
it inspire you .... To do you. Author Unknown
For women to flourish, we need to band together. We need to re-create the sense of female connection we once had during biblical days where women gathered, shared stories, supported each other, and passed on their female wisdom. Join me and my special guest Lauren Brown of the Sisters Evolve (SE) organization as we discuss this concept and how we can get back to supporting and uplifting each other instead of tearing one another down. SE is a great organization that's all about connecting women and inspiring them to become better together.
For years we have been under a false impression, that the choices that we make as individuals only affect the decision maker or maybe those close to them but we are wrong. Every decision we make will affect another person whether it is our intent or not. This is why we must consider each and every decision we make and prepare ourselves to be ready to take responsibility for that decision.
Sisters Network® Inc. (SNI), founded in 1994, is a leading voice and only national African American breast cancer survivorship organization in the United States. Sisters Network is governed by an elected Board of Directors and assisted by an appointed medical advisory committee. Membership is 3000, which includes more than 40 affiliate survivor run chapters nationwide. The organization’s purpose is to save lives and provide a broader scope of knowledge that addresses the breast cancer survivorship crisis affecting African American women around the country.
As a nationally recognized organization among leading medical establishments and breast cancer physicians, Sisters Network is also recognized as a critical information resource for African American women.
Our guest, Letitia Price is a Physician Assistant with the Cancer Treatment Centers of America and the Member Chair of Sisters Network Atlanta Southern Region Affiliate Chapter. She is a graduate of The Florida State University and Bethune Cookman College. She is an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. where she has served as a Team Captain for The American Cancer Society Relay for Life, raising nearly $9,000. She received her Masters of Clinical Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Barry University in Miami Shores, FL. For nearly seven years she has worked in the field of Hematology and Oncology. Having a mother and cousin as breast cancer survivors, breast cancer has become a personal battle of hers. She is an advocate for “Stopping the Silence” and inspiring African American families to discuss their family health history.
Join us Sunday 21 December 1434 MC [2014 CCY] @ 1:00pm as MHHS Eyes Wide Open presents Sisters Standing On Law Class #19 as we discuss:
An Analysis of “The Spirit of the Supreme Law of the Land” – Part XIII – Bill of Rights IX & X
A 13 part segment where we will analyze the American Constitution 1791
The syllabus for the class can be downloaded from www.rvbeypublications.com Sisters Standing On Law page.
We trust that you will listen, absorb into your Hearts, and participate as we all participate in uplifting ourselves and fallen humanity.
We must activate our voice with law and speak with our Writs!!!
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Join us tonight for Fancalls with TLC's The Gypsy SIsters, Mellie, Kayla and Annie. Its about to be on Gypsy Sisters style. Do you watch the show and have a question for one of The Gypsy Sisters? Well here is your chance to get your question answered. Call in tonight at 7:30pm Eastern Standard Time, you may be one the lucky callers to have your call answered 646-929-1325
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-We Continue the 0 to 100 contest...Find out whose facin off on tonights show.
-Special Guest: We have an interview w/ Rockland orginization "My Sistas Keepers" as they will be discussing what there orginization is about and what events they have comin up. We also have an interview w/ Mr. & Mr. Padilla as they will be discussing the food drive they have comin up tommorrow(OCT 22ND). If you want to hellp any of these guys out ¡¡¡Tune in!!!
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Live This Wednesday October 15, 2014
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2.1 Billion Christians worldwide banking on hope that THE BEST IS YET TO COME! This week Pentecost Sunday is on the Christian calendar. It’s the 50th day after the resurrection of Jesus The Christ, and a celebration of the return of power to the church through the Holy Spirit . What’s good to you and for you from the first lady’s garden? What’s love got to do with the President’s My Brother’s Keeper Initiative? And were is the civil rights leadership endowed by a LEGACY OF HOPE? Join us on YouthUSA Radio as American Mentors set out to discover #MyBrothersKeeper somewhere out there in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s vision for The Beloved Community.
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