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  • Chef Cherisse Byers

    The People’s Chef: Cherisse Byers

    We eat what we know. It takes someone to step outside the box to get people to change the way they think about cooking techniques and food in general.

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  • By Charles Martin

    Challenges Faced by Black Families

    The collapse of nuclear families is not only happening to Blacks. Fifty-three percent of Hispanic mothers are birthing children out of wedlock today, up from a little over 30 percent in the 1990s.

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  • Uncomfortable Truths

    Uncomfortable Truths

    North Carolina has ranked in the top ten states for homicide rates from domestic violence in females murdered by males in recent years. In 2013, the number of violence related homicides dropped from 122 to 108.

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  • Lea Alston

    Scentuosity: Your Wellness Haven

    I knew exactly what I was going to do for a living, I spoke this dream out loud 15 years earlier and I kept dreaming about it.

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  • Line drills

    Elite Football Camp Prepares Youth For Success

    In sports success is often determined by the accomplishments over time, and not the road that is taken to get there. With so much emphasis placed on physical attributes, far little is placed on technique.

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