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12:21 AM / Monday March 30, 2020

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Divine Muva Diva: The Legacy of Lies

January 3, 2020

As we welcome 2020, and all that comes along with embracing another 365 days — should we be so lucky — it has come to my attention that far too many die and leave a legacy of secrets, pain, and unfinished business, judging by the behaviors of the ones who are left to carry on…

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The Thriving System of Convict Labor

January 3, 2020

By Julianne Malveaux TriceEdneyWire.com            As 2019 ticked to a close, the screamingly outrageous headlines have not slowed. Every day there is something, whether it is a flurry of presidential tweets or yet another Republican spouting off about something or other. Who would have thought, though, that amid the Christmas holiday…

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A Millennial Voice: Forbearance

January 3, 2020

By Danae Reid A years’ end always causes a scrambling that forces us to think about how incredibly fast the last 12 months have gone by, and how much has changed within that span of time.  The culmination of 2019 marks not only the end of a year, but also the end of the decade….

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Divine Muva Diva: Keys to effective communication with your partner

December 26, 2019

Dear Lovies: Just as I was gearing up to wish you all the happiest of holidays, and a roaring good start to 2020, someone sent me the question below. In true Muva form, I must answer-so buckle up, buttercups! Dear Muva: Q: What are the keys to effective communication with your partner? How do you…

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Alawfultruth: Dear public officials…

December 20, 2019

Here is my message to the newly elected officials,  those currently In office, and those gearing up to run — get it together and quickly.  In what became a pot of the cold and unrelenting water of truth, Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro recently stood up in a room filled with people of color at…

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Kamala Harris — Still a Winner

December 16, 2019

By Dr. Julianne Malveaux Trice Edney Newswire  California Sen. Kamala Harris threw her hat in the ring for the Democratic nomination for president before more than 20,000 people in Oakland, California. She made the announcement on the official Dr. Martin Luther King holiday, January 21, 2019. She jumped into the race with enthusiasm, and many…

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A Millennial Voice: Gift ideas for the men you love

December 16, 2019

Finding the perfect gift for the men in my life has always been a difficult task. Year after year, I ask them what they want for Christmas, after which I always get the same frustrating “I don’t know” response. Through conversations with friends, I’ve found that this is a fairly common dilemma, so I took…

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A Millennial Voice: To Be the church and not in the church

December 6, 2019

Why I no longer attend church or identify as a Christian By Danae Reid The fact that many millennials like myself are leaving the church and religion behind cannot be contested, however, very few are asking “why”. Those that do muster up the gall to probe  don’t always keep an open mind.   Although the…

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