Janis Belcher Moore

by Terry Watson | November 18th, 2016
Janis Belcher Moore

Janis Belcher Moore says she is just a regular gal, a child of Janice and Robert Belcher. She is also a blessed wife to Kenneth Moore, and a mother to five children Dorian, Siera, Kenneth, Janice and Kenasia. Along with her grandchildren Trinity Nicole and Olivia Jewel, these are the things that make life complete […]

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Jay Green and Beauty By Jay

by Terry Watson | November 18th, 2016
Jay Green and Beauty By Jay

A woman of African descent, Jay Green was born and raised in Durham, North Carolina. As complexed as her many looks and visions are, Green has lived her life as such. She has dabbled in many things including acting, beauty, marketing and continuing education. She received her high school diploma from the Durham School of […]

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MG Music Group

by Alana Allen | November 18th, 2016
MG Music Group

Cedric Hester, a native of Roxboro, N.C., is a multi-talented artist and entrepreneur. He is the founder and CEO of MG Music Group, a Christian based company in Greensboro, N.C. The company is a music label that produces and records music for artists, and offers multi-media, sound, lighting, DJ services for concerts and special events. […]

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Sean Ingram

by Terry Watson | November 18th, 2016
Sean Ingram

Sean Ingram is an Author, Educator, Motivational Speaker, Actor, Spoken Word Artist and Founder/CEO of “The Sean Ingram Creative Arts Academy”. Sean has touched many lives with his ability to passionately orate through lecture or performance the importance of overcoming life’s obstacles while in the pursuit of happiness and success. He utilizes his creative gifts […]

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Arise & Shine Dance Intiative

by Terry Watson | November 18th, 2016
Arise & Shine Dance Intiative

Victoria Sparks is the founder and director of the Arise & Shine Dance Initiative, a dance project based in Greensboro, N.C. Since a young child, she started dancing at the age of three years old at the Love and Faith Company of Dance Ministry at Love & Faith Christian Fellowship Church. Throughout her academic years, […]

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Antonina Griffin

by Terry Watson | September 16th, 2016
Antonina Griffin

Antonina Griffin travels the world telling her story and promoting her business. Today she’s a highly sought after inspirational speaker and business advisor. Some might even say she’s living the good life. However, it wasn’t that long ago that her life and everything she knew was a perfect example of the polar opposite. By most […]

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Bunch’z Sweet Eat’z

by Terry Watson | September 16th, 2016
Bunch’z Sweet Eat’z

Ki’Nyaa Bunch is not only a person but a brand. She also has a vision for a business that will accelerate her desserts, Mz. Bunche’z Sweet Eat’z, to be available in a national chain of restaurants. It all began in the fall of 2013 after Ki’Nyaa overcame many of life obstacles such as spontaneously relocating […]

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Back To School Wisdom

Candance Morton | September 16th, 2016
Back To School Wisdom

By the time this article is published, school will be back in session and students will be enjoying the “honeymoon” period of their school year. This will include catching up with old friends, creating new friendships and establishing relationships with new teachers. However, time will pass, work will become challenging and friends more frustrating. It […]

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The Roller Coaster of Life

Demetra Moore | September 16th, 2016
The Roller Coaster of Life

In your best days things are great, the perfect time for starting your business or taking your certification. The next day it seems as of the sky is falling and you can’t get a break. This period is what I call the roller coaster of life. Many of us would like for our lives to […]

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Dr. Erika Hendrix

Dr. Erika Hendrix | September 16th, 2016
Dr. Erika Hendrix

In the opening night of the DNC Convention America had the great fortuity to hear our FLOTUS, Michele Obama, speak to us about how black America has evolved to this place. There where many points that she made that illuminated for black America and on in particular was the privilege to live in house built […]

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