Archive for April 2017

Boxing: Muslim Boxer Amaiya Zafar Makes History

Boxing: Muslim Boxer Amaiya Zafar Makes History
By A Comeaux While all eyes are on British boxing sensation Anthony Joshua, a female boxing star is also coming into her own. It was a regular evening after work, school and Minneapolis traffic. I was low-key exhausted but a mother’s work is never done. There was boxing training tonight and my baby was ready... Read more »

“I'm 41-years-old and I really don’t know who I am.” 

“I'm 41-years-old and I really don’t know who I am.” 
By Nicole Harding I spoke to a group of women at a fun heath conference/expo Saturday and asked them a very simple question…. Who are you? Right now, in this moment, who are you? There were many answers that you may expect: I’m a mom. I am a wife. A sister. A mentor. A daughter.... Read more »

Photos: Chicago's Movers & Shakers Make Millionaire Moves

Cheryl Grace, Nielsen Senior Vice President, U.S. Strategic Community Alliances and Consumer Engagement,  hosted the event.
Dr. William F. Pickard is Chairman of Global Automotive Alliance, Co-Managing Partner of MGM Grand Detroit Casino, CEO of Beanwood Management Company, and co-owner of five Black-owned newspapers. Dr. Pickard has also penned an Amazon #1 Bestseller, Millionaire Moves: Seven Principles of Entrepreneurship. Dr. Pickard is dedicated to creating the next generation of entrepreneurs, and... Read more »
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Sherri Shepherd: On Success, Sisterhood + Bouncing Back After Breakup

Sherri Shepherd: On Success, Sisterhood + Bouncing Back After Breakup
By Devin Miller I had the pleasure of meeting with Chicago native actress and comedian Sherri Shepherd while she was in Chicago to discuss her new project on NBC, Trial and Error.  Sherri’s role as Anne Flatch on the new hit sitcom Trial and Error is full of surprises. She has several health concerns, like passing... Read more »

Author Torri Stuckey: Learn His Code Language

Author Torri Stuckey: Learn His Code Language
By Torri Stuckey It’s difficult to determine the motive of every man who approaches you. Always assuming the worst would make you a cynic; however, believing every word a man says would make you gullible. Men lie, as do women. Learning to decipher code language, verbal and non-verbal, can be the difference in giving your... Read more »

Black Women's Expo: 8 Black Men Talk About Love

CHENIER: Pastor and author.
This is our sixth year at the Black Women’s Expo, and ladies, we have a HUGE surprise for you: Eight Black men will take the stage to tell their truths about love, sex, and relationships.  Join us at the Black Women’s Expo on Saturday, April 8th. Bring your love questions, share your opinions on the open... Read more »
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