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Sumatra's blog show host Loretta "LO" Green-Williams is R&D/CEO for Green-Williams & Associates (GWA). Founder of Women of Concern Professionals & Strategic Conscious Networking (WOCPSCN.com), “LO” is Just tryin to help a sista out." From womanist theology to today's fashions, Sumatra Talks!!!!

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At the beginning of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Sunday, September 26, 2016, 4 pm, the city of Atlanta's Caribbean American Movers & Shakers will celebrate its annual honoree celebration. The event will take place at Atlanta... more

And who doesn't like a great handbag? Gurrrrl pleeease! Accessories are a must. Combining heritage with history is an interesting combination, as Joyce G. Robinson, designer of handbags to clothing, Joyce incorporates leather and mud... more

DCL Firm DeCristofaro Law are a team of lawyers and other professionals who collaborate with clients to achieve their unique business goals. Their clients find practical solutions in impractical situations by providing them with the finest... more

We celebrate Caribean-Ameican Heritage Month with Dr. Basil W. Kong, Jr. new book, ?Bad Boy from Jamaica: The Garnett Myrie Story". Dr. Kong celebrates the culture of Jamaica—both good and bad—with his friend's life story.... more

The discussion regarding male domestic violence has been given limited consideration due to social stigmatism and various aspects surrounding the abuse. However, it does exist. According to data from Men: The Overlooked... more

Joann Babiak now a board member of Community Violence Solutions and support the organization through volunteer service. Community Violence Solutions helps survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking, works with youth to create... more

The United Nations Sustainabilty Development has a 17-goal transition action plan to change the socioeconomic relationship of female inequalities. Issues such as female genital mutilation, human trafficking, to economic balance in the... more

A recent book, Slavery by Another Name, challenges one of our country's most cherished assumptions that the belief that slavery ended with Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation of 1863. Following the end of Civil War (1865), 150... more

While February is Black History Month, there has been contraversy that there isn't a need to specify a particular month for such historical content. March is Women's History Month that yet another marginalized group of Americans have shown a... more
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