As a child she wore leg braces and underwent extensive physical therapy to help her walk properly, who would have thought she’d grow up to be the first American woman to win three Olympic gold medals in track and field. A Tennessee native, Rudolph faced great discrimination and segregation having to attend all Black schools, […]

It’s tight but it’s right….Welcome to a brand new life.  Let’s agree to be thankful by giving up pressure for praise; by giving up confusion for celebration and by giving up discord for deliverance. Live life on purpose today. Celebrate the Creator and not the hater today! RECENT HEADLINES: Mary Mary’s Tina Campbell Pregnant With 5th Child “Music […]

Roslyn M. Brock made history in February 2010 when she was unanimously elected the 14th Chairman of the NAACP’s National Board.  Not only is Brock the youngest person to hold this position, but she is also the fourth woman to be elected as Chairman of the National Advancement of Colored People. Additionally, Brock serves as Vice […]

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital was founded by the late entertainer Danny Thomas and opened on February 4, 1962 in Memphis, Tennessee.  Its mission is to find cures for children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases through research and treatment. St. Jude has treated children from all 50 states in the USA and from around the world. Actress, […]

Put on your best dressed attitude suit, accessorize with a smile and spray the fragrance of love today.  I tried it! I tested it! It’s true!  This is my Clo-ism and I’m sticking to it.   Miss Community Clooovia Listen in on my Clo-ism: RECENT HEADLINES: MARVIN SAPP’S Set to Release his 9th SOLO PROJECT – […]