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  • The "Pink Slip" Blues

    Career Coach and Author Ford R. Myers Shares Six Tips on How to Deal With This Dreaded End-of-Year Layoff Phenomenon Haverford, PA (October 12, 2010) - The fourth quarter of the year is the most common time for employees to get laid off. One mistake man...
  • Now is the Time to Say "Never Again"; Destroying the 14th Amendment and Civil Rights Act of 1964 is Meant to Destroy Black America

    Washington, DC (BlackNews.com) -- With a massive and resistive wave pushing against the Barack Obama administration from the Republican right, an old voice of time past has sprung a new cry among the Republican Party faithful that is aimed at the Black co...
  • Small Business Bill Passes

    Virtual Murrell; U.S. Senator Mary L. Landrieu (D-LA); Tom Williams, CPA, Partner, Williams, Adley& Co.,LLP; and Ernest Green, co-chairman and Partner, Madison Asset Management Group, are shown following a discussion about the passage of the Senate Sm...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    It was the best of timesIt was the worst of times... Dickens It just did not seem possible that USC would lose to Washington again. So, at this point Steve Sarkisian has defeated both Pete Carroll and Lane Kiffin. It is beginning to look like Sarkisian ...
  • Scholarship Workshop 2010

    On Saturday, October 23 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., the Pasadena Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. is sponsoring its Annual Scholarship Workshop in the Cafeteria at Pasadena High School located at 2925 Sierra Madre Blvd, Pasadena, CA. This wo...
  • Mo’ Betta Blues N’ Jazz Concert

    On Saturday, October 23, 2010, the Pasadena/Altadena communities are invited to join Women In Action (WIA), as it hosts the 12th Annual "Even Mo Betta Blues N' Jazz Concert, which will be held at the Pasadena Convention Center's Ballroom in Pasadena, Cali...
  • Flintridge Center to Host Workshop on Earned Income Strategies for Nonprofits

    Three-Day Workshop to Explore Innovative Funding Opportunities In response to a steep decline in government support and the sharp competition for private funding, nonprofits are increasingly adopting entrepreneurial alternatives to conventional fundraisi...
  • Rosemary Children’s Services Holds Annual Open House Event and 90th Anniversary Celebration at the Historic Cottage

    On October 13, 2010, Rosemary Children's Services will hold its Annual Open House Event at the Cottage, the oldest residential care facility of Rosemary Children's Services, built in 1928 and home to 19 teenage foster girls. More than one hundred closest ...
  • Man Worship

    I was so very disappointed by the recent news about Bishop Eddie Long and the sexual misconduct allegations against him made by several young men from his congregation. I had met Bishop Long on a visit to Atlanta, GA at a Trumpet Awards event that highli...
  • Not By Power Or Might, But Spirit

    For some the hardest thing about being fit is getting started. We set start dates and goals, and buy gym memberships, exercise equipment and apparel; carve out the time of the day when we'll do our fitness routines, and sometime all this isn't even enoug...
  • Seeds from the Sower

    Typhoons are a terror to pilots. A veteran pilot was asked, "What's the secret of flying in them?" "Turning the typhoon into a tailwind," he answered. Violent storms come into all our lives. They can blow us from the Lord or to Him. They can trip us or ...
  • The Cast of the Living Trust

    In talking with clients, it is sometimes apparent that there is misunderstanding regarding the titles and roles involved in the cast of a living trust. This article is an attempt to shed some light on the matter. The person creating a trust can be called...
  • Financing Options for Your Small Business

    Where can you turn if you need to borrow money for your small business? It's often a smart idea to take out a loan to finance an expansion or upgrade, to consolidate debts and lower your borrowing costs or for any number of other reasons. However, in a re...
  • Setting the Table, Nurturing the Soul

    When you take extra moments to prepare an attractive table, you're really performing an invocation, welcoming Spirit to be present in recreation and remembrance. Choosing to dine rather than just eat is a small but significant step toward self-nurturance...
  • American Cancer Society Encourages Women to Put Their Health First to Fight Breast Cancer and Celebrate More Birthdays

    California Women Can Take Steps to Stay Well, Get Well, Find Cures and Fight Back The American Cancer Society is encouraging women to choose to put their personal breast health first to stay well and reduce their risk of breast cancer. Breast cancer is t...
  • Education as Opportunity

    African Americans have always seen education as a key to life and freedom. In his autobiography Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave, Frederick Douglass taught us that to educate a man is to "forever unfit him to be a slave," bu...
  • Collateral Damage Corrected… Wrong Sheriff Identified for Burning Man on Car

    In our September 30, 2010 Issue we identified Officer Thames, nicknamed Tiger Woods, as the officer who placed a Black man on the hot metal of a car. The Deputy held the man on the hot car until the skin burned off both his right and left shoulder. It was...
  • African American Leaders Respond to First Gubernatorial Debate

    As Election Day approaches, the race for California Governor becomes even closer. Last week, Rasmussen Reports released a poll indicating that Jerry Brown (D) was slightly ahead of Meg Whitman (R) by one percent (47 percent vs.46 percent), while three per...
  • Re: Altadena Sheriff and “Crisis In The Village”

    In your editorial [August 25, 2010] in which you cited the brilliant book, Crisis In The Village by Mr. Robert M. Franklin, President of Morehouse College, raised a concern regarding this very subject. From our view point, there appears to be a lack of c...
  • Thank You

    It's always gratifying to have a mention of my book, They're Your Kids Not Your Friends, but it is a very special acknowledgement when another author does this. Ruth Hopkins is truly thanked for including in her weekly Journal column, that always sends a...

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