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Author seeks to inspire church people to live well

By Marissa Wells In “Why are Church Folk Poor: Elevate Your Thoughts & Exercise Your Faith to Live an Abundant Life,” Christian author Raykel Tolson gives readers an easy to read reference of how to examine their relationship with money. Raykel Tolson The book challenges readers to elevate their minds, put feet to their faith and to live life abundantly. …

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MAKING A DIFFERENCE: New Earth offers new hope to teens seeking a brighter future

By Angela Nicole Parker For Harry Grammer, founder and president of New Earth, working with system-entangled youth is not just a job, but a calling. In fact, New Earth has “freed” thousands of homeless, foster and juvenile justice system youth, ages 13-25, through programs that ensure they are formally free of system involvement, regularly housed, employable, educationally advanced and emotionally …

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COMPUTER SCIENCE PH.D/PROFESSOR HELPS BLACK WOMEN BECOME UNAPOLOGETICALLY DOPE IN TECH

Charlotte, NC  — Black women and girls, who are grossly underrepresented in tech degrees and careers, now have a blueprint for successfully navigating the field. In Unapologetically Dope: Lessons for Black Women and Girls on Surviving and Thriving in the Tech Field, Dr. Nicki Washington provides candid advice on not only excelling in this diversity-starved field, but also remaining one’s most authentic self …

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