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How To Help Black Businesses When You're Broke

How To Help Black Businesses When You're Broke

You See a Black owned business online or in your neighborhood and you want to show some support, but you have no need for their product or service or just can't afford to purchase anything. You go home feeling disappointed as you reminisce and wish that there was something you could do or that you had enough money to help out. Well believe it or not there are many ways to support Black owned businesses without spending a dime. If you can't give a business a sale you can always help get a business a sale. There are several ways to accomplish this and it all involves passing along information, and with today's technology it's easier than ever.

Michelle Obama's College Rap

The first lady and comedian Jay Pharoah of "Saturday Night Live" release a video about the benefits of higher education. The video is used to encourage young minds

The Chase

As I continue to live, my desire to chase seems to grow. I am getting faster and wiser as my skills improve and strategies are sharpened. I am curious enough to search high and low for it, and explore places that others have ignored to find it. Those places that they were too afraid to seek out because of the unknown.

Speed Demon

There is something about changing lanes when you are on the freeway during rush hour. If it’s in the morning you are ready to get to your destination, and if it’s in the afternoon you are more than likely past ready to end your day and let your hair down. I’m more of an evening person ready for the day to end.  Whenever you drive there are times when like myself you get that feeling of frustration wanting to curse out the next driver, hunk your horn until it stops working or just simply give them the road rage scare.

The 3 P's: Petty, Particular & Possessive

Good ole India Arie playing in my background talking about getting things together on her “Voyage to India” cd. When listening to this great song I’m reminded to choose life in spite of any hurt that comes my way. I let out a big sigh with no tears…Let me take a deep breath before I share my voyage with you.

Is your representative in Washington a KKK member?

Stephen Joseph "Steve" Scalise is the House representative for the state of Louisiana. He has been apart of the Law making body since 2008. It was reported by Louisiana blogger Lamar White, Jr. that in 2002 Scalise associated with former KKK leader David Duke and gave a speech to a white supremacist group.

Vitamin D Deficiency in the Black Population

As a holistic doctor, I consider myself as a relatively healthy person. I eat better, exercise more, and am conscious about maintaining a balanced lifestyle.

I went to the doctor for my annual physical and my results were normal except for my vitamin D. To be more specific my vitamin D was at a dangerously low level. The picture below are my actual lab results for my vitamin D. 

Real Talk About the Buy Black Movement

Sometimes the stars perfectly align and a plan just seems to fall into place. That’s what seems to be happening right now, across this country. You may not see it that way, but as a Black business owner and visionary, you should.

Obama Did Not Fail Black People

In 2008 America saw the development of a historical event. For the first time in American history there is a black presidential candidate for one of the two major political parties. Black people felt that they would have someone leading the country which may represent them.

Who’s Pulling the Trigger ?

Living in America  nearly every citizen has feelings and opinions about gun control being guided by  world events , mass media,  society, our schools, and politics. The argument about gun control involves a lot of propaganda and statistics which has been misleading.  Will this matter ever be resolved?

We Are Still The Wrong Color

From the first day that a black people stepped onto this land called America we have been the wrong color. Brought here against our wills, we have been disgraced, beaten, mistreated, and killed. We were forced to build a country that would not even consider us as being human because our skin color.