Posts tagged "Black Women's Expo"

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 »

If Love is to Survive, Men Must Learn How to Forgive

If Love is to Survive, Men Must Learn How to Forgive
By Okera Hollis Recently I sat on the Six Brown Chicks’ panel at the Black Women’s Expo to discuss relationships. It was quite the discussion for myself and the five other men who sat beside me to speak to an audience filled with women. While all of the questions were interesting, there was one question... Read more »

Kenyea's Plight: A Selfish Man Changes His Ways

Kenyea's Plight: A Selfish Man Changes His Ways
By Kenyea Beach Before 2008, I felt like I had a pretty good grip on what made my happy; my family and friends, networking, sports, shopping, and trips to a variety of places flooded my life. I was a newly single, smart, strong younger man who had whatever I wanted. I was raised by a... Read more »
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Okera Reveals: "I Couldn't Even Man-Up"

Okera Reveals: "I Couldn't Even Man-Up"
By Okera Hollis I grew up in a family where you had to go to work or school. I watched my mom go to work practically every single day. I have always been taught a man is supposed to work and pay his way. I was 27 when a friend from work called me to... Read more »

Morris tells: How God Forced Me to Change My Ways

Morris tells: How God Forced Me to Change My Ways
The Silence By Morris Brent At some point in life, most people approach a devastating crossroad that seems overwhelming. Some of us, unfortunately, have experienced such turbulence on multiple occasions and even repetitively, to the point where all hope is lost, including faith in ourselves and our spirituality. This is what happened to me. Living... Read more »

Girls Night Out: Hot April Events!

Girls Night Out: Hot April Events!
By Devin Miller Spring is here, and these upcoming events in the City of Chicago are sure to keep your April exciting Mark your calendars and grab your friends for: WHAT: RedEye and Gentleman Jack present “Toast to Traditions” RedEye and Gentleman Jack, one of Jack Daniel’s premium Tennessee whiskeys, will host Toast to Traditions,... Read more »
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Recap: Six Black Men Take on Your Six Brown Chicks

Recap: Six Black Men Take on Your Six Brown Chicks
By Yolanda (Yanni) Brown On Sunday, Six Black Men and the Six Brown Chicks had the pleasure of sitting down twogether to engage in a thought-provoking conversation on love, life and relationships at the Black Women’s Expo. While there were several topics and comments that stood out to me, there was one in particular that... Read more »