Obesity in the Black Community

A discussion examining the obesity epidemic in the Black community with Donna Richardson Joyner, fitness…

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Marc Morial on Young Black Leadership

Marc Morial, CEO and President of the National Urban League, talks about appealing to younger…

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Remembering Ed Bradley

A special reporter’s roundtable reflects on the death and legacy of veteran newsman Ed Bradley.…

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2008 Presidential Election

A special reporter’s roundtable discusses the 2008 presidential race with panelists Robert George, reporter,…

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Deval Patrick’s Aspirations and Goals

Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick on his plans, aspirations, and goals as well as what his…

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Life After Incarceration

A discussion explores how convicted felons can successfully transition back into society with panelists Judge…

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Rev. A.R. Bernard and Rev. Donnie McClurkin talks Mega Churches

Rev. A.R. Bernard and Gospel Singer Donnie McClurkin discusses the role of mega churches in…

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Russell Simmons takes on Politics

Hip Hop Mogul Russell Simmons is becoming a force in the world of politics. He’s…

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Faith & Politics

A look at the role of religion in politics with panelists Rev. Floyd Flake, Rev.…

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Managing a Windfall

One signed a multimillion-dollar contract; another bought a lucky lottery ticket; a third sold property rights. We’ll look at what they did with their sudden gains and what you should do with yours.

It’s the get-rich-quick dream shared by millions of people nationwide: to strike it big…

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Cracking the Genomics Code

Genetic research isn’t just for prime-time dramas or high-profile criminal cases. Here’s how african american DNA detectives are employing scientific research to change our lives.

For generations, the question of origin has been especially important to African Americans. With…

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Simplifying the Startup Process

Here are three online services that every entrepreneur should know

Starting a business can be a daunting proposition. Designing the perfect logo is…

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Getting a Seat at the Table

Why there is a lack of black representation on corporate boards

In 1977, Reatha Clark King became a member of HB Fuller Co.’s board of…

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The Sweet Spot

A sugar-coated pitch paid off big time

Name: Debra Sandler
Title: Worldwide president, McNeil Nutritionals L.L.C., a division of Johnson &…

By Laura Egodigwe

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Getting Fit to Model

I read in your magazine about fit modeling. Becoming a fit model requires…

By Tanisha A. Sykes

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From One Track to Another

Releasing the past can lead to a rewarding future

It was a Thursday afternoon in 1992 when Linda Bond, now 49, made…

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Capital View

Keisha M. Gilchrist marches on Washington D.C.

Distinguished for being the nation’s capital and the platform for a pivotal moment in…

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Handle with Care

Shalea Walker goes skin deep

When Shalea Walker opened Walker’s Apothecary in Jersey City, New Jersey in 2004,…

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The Best Time To Buy A Car

December is not the only time to get a new set of wheels. We’ll show you when to make your move to the dealer’s showroom.

Rodney Leonard, a 37-year-old corporate procurement manager for the Coca-Cola Bottlers’ Sales and Services…

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When To Roll over

I have a 401(k) with a former employer. I like the investment options…

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