America A Struggle For The Soul Of A Nation

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When the iron curtain came down in 1989, America’s role as the great proponent of freedom dramatically changed. As the only super power, America and its concept of freedom were challenged on one international front after another. Sept. 11, 2001, and its aftermath in Afghanistan and Iraq have brought to focus America’s idea of freedom […]


Book Review The Covenant With Black America

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The Covenant with Black America is the brainchild of Tavis Smiley. For the past seven years, the talk show host has had his own "State of the Black Union" symposium. Seeing that simply exchanging opinions with the nation’s top black leaders was not sufficient, he decided to chart a course for the African American Community. […]


Book Review The Bottomless Well Why We Will Never Run Out Of Energy

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For anyone who has any interest in energy, its cost, future and the political debate over this precious resource- The Bottomless Well is a must read. This book is an intriguing insight to the other side of what most of us have been led to believe on the environmentalist monopoly of the subject. The Bottomless […]


Great Golf Courses Across America

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One of the most beautiful aspects of the game of golf is the variance between playing terrains. There are great courses, and there are terrible ones, but there’s a world of new playing experiences available to you. In this article, we’ll highlight some of the top places to play golf across America. – Pebble Beach […]


The America S Cup

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When you talk about the best sailing competitions in the world, all discussions start and end with The America’s Cup. It is by far the most popular and the most heralded regatta in the sports of sailing. Known as the Holy Grail of yachting, The America’s Cup is also the oldest active international competition where […]


Top 5 Mexico Soccer Teams

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Mexico hasn’t been very successful at national team level, since they only managed to reach the World Cup quarter finals on two occasions (both in World Cups held in Mexico). However, soccer teams in Mexico gradually became more powerful and today they are considered a force to be reckoned with in American soil as well […]


Still The One

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In 1989 a small company named Quantum Computer Services, changed its name to America Online (eventually becoming, AOL). The name change would be the beginning of a meteoric rise as an Internet service provider. By the mid-1990’s America Online would surpass Genie, Prodigy and CompuServe to become the number one Internet service provider in the […]


Making The Most Of Your Location

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Vocation location matters less and less in our day and age of technology. A person living in Alaska can work for a company in Florida. A man in China can do work for a corporation in Los Angeles. All of this occurs, thanks to the information super-highway that few have dared to travel on. Even […]


Booker T Washington

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As you travel this great nation, it is no accident you will see a lot of schools given the name of Booker T. Washington. That is because this great black educator and leader set the standard and carved out a new path in the years right after the fall of slavery to lead his people […]


Slavery

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Not everything that has to make a mark on the history of African American people is on the surface a positive thing. But we know that there some very terrible things that happened to the black population in America that are undeniably a big part of the history of a people. So any survey of […]


A Troubled Time

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From 1955 to 1965 there was a war right in the middle of America. No, it wasn’t a war like World War II or the Revolutionary War. It was a war for the heart and soul of this country to determine once and for all if America was really going to be a land of […]


The Halls Of Power

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Black history has been a progressive climb from without the lowest echelons of society during slavery to the highest. When you think of black history, we often think of the civil rights movement, of John Brown’s violent protests, of the Underground Railroad. But black history doesn’t end with any one event. It is always in […]


Who S Your Reason

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Every 21 seconds, someone is diagnosed with diabetes. Every 21 seconds, there is a new reason to walk. Who’s your reason? The American Diabetes Association (ADA) has launched a new theme designed to bring the reality of the diabetes epidemic into perspective. The “Every 21 Seconds” message will be the main theme at America’s Walk […]


Obesity In America Today

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The Americans tend to lead a fast-paced lifestyle so convenience foods and takeaways always seem like the best option. Its not. Obesity in America has risen more than anywhere else in the world but not only with adults, children are also suffering the same fate! If obesity is not tackled then all around the world […]


Monday The Day

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The day of Monday is either considered the first or second day of the week. It comes after Sunday and before Tuesday. The name “Monday” comes from Mani, who is the Germanic Moon god. Monday is often considered to be the first day of the week. It is considered as this in most of Europe, […]


Diversity Education Program Addresses Teen Concerns

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With prejudice and violence continuing to cause problems in schools and communities nationwide, studies show many young people have hate-related words used against them at school and are often exposed to hate-related graffiti. While parents play a critical role in helping their children develop positive attitudes about diversity, they cannot do it alone. Community programs […]


An Overview Of South America

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South America is located in the Southern Hemisphere between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. Following is an overview of South America. South America is defined as all the land south of the Panama Canal. The stark figures on South America categorize it as a middle of the pack type of content. Covering roughly 6.9 million […]


Detroit Schools Excel In National Competitions

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Detroit Schools Win Awards in the Academic Games Leagues of America Competition Schulze Elementary, representing the Detroit Schools, has won several awards, in this year’s Academic Games Leagues of America Competition. The elementary school had several teams competing in the Academic Games Leagues of America Competition. Both team and individual awards were given for performance. […]