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Remember One Thing: Take Care of What You Have

In this “Gotta Have More” society that we live in, there is a constant attraction to have more, to get more, and to never be truly accepting of what you have. For the last several days, I’ve heard a voice in my head. The voice says, “God […]

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Check It Out: New article on Still Eye Rise Media

I want to say thanks to Mitch, a colleague who I met on Twitter who published the article below on my company, Still Eye Rise Media. We’re business people/ entrepreneurs and over the past year or so we’ve communicated and encouraged each other. Twitter is great for […]

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Yasmin’s Concert Review: Jill Scott

Hey there! I like to keep you up to date on what I’ve been doing. So, last night I went to the Jill Scott concert in Washington, DC. All I can say is: I LOVE NORTH PHILLY JILLY! Her voice is so strong. I mean she can […]

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Named One of Top 21 Black Social Media Influencers

It’s always an honor to be included in a “GOOD” list… I was recently informed that I was named at one of the top 21 Black Social Media Influencers.  A lot of my business colleagues are on that list. Congrats to them as well! Here’s a link […]

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Rihanna Criticisms?- Scapegoating or Reasonable – Listen to the discussion here.

Folks been slamming Rihanna lately. I’m beginning to think that she’s being a scapegoat for everything controversial. Some people may argue that the criticism are reasonable. But, last night we discussed the topic on Retaliation Radio. It felt good to be back. Here’s the archive. Please listen. […]

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  • Book Research: Black Defendants Are Often Wrongfully Accused
    YASMIN SHIRAZIn my recent book, Accused, one of the main characters is accused of a crime that he didn’t commit. In looking at the criminal justice system in the United States, there are plenty of people who are convicted of crimes only to find years later through DNA […]The post Book Research: Black Defendants Are Often Wrongfully Accused appeared first on […]
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