Monthly Archives: January 2012

C’mon People

Let’s reconnect with common knowledge. Of course, milk separates — where do you think cream and skim milk come from?
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Things I Like — What Does It Mean To Be Present? A ‘Children’s’ Book

In a culture that applauds multi-tasking and abhors stillness, we are constantly learning how to avoid truly being with ourselves and, in turn, teaching our children the same. Without even knowing it, we are disconnected – from others, our environment and, most importantly, ourselves Continue reading

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Business at the Speed of Light

Can our minds and plans keep up? Continue reading

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From: A Year of Faithful Questions

Naguib Mahfouz, Nobel Prize Winner, says you can tell a clever person by the answers given; but you can tell a person is wise by the questions asked. Continue reading

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Things I Wish Black Pundits Would Discuss More Often

My wish list for 2012? That the few Black pundits, journalists and public intellectuals with a national mic would dramatically broaden their scope. Continue reading

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Halle, Gabriel and Nahla, Race in Interracial Relationships

For people of color in interracial relationships, this has to be an ultimate fear. While most couples wind up saying things that hurt each other, racial epithets are particularly thorny. They threaten to hurtle us back to a blood-soaked, vile history. Continue reading

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Et tu, Red Tails?

Red Tails is not the end of African American cinema. Continue reading

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