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  • Member Since:

    January 14, 2008

  • Real Name::

    Swaggie Coleman

  • Sex:

    Female

  • Age:

    73

  • Race:

    Black/African American

  • Ethnicity:

    South African, Other

  • Zodiac:

    Virgo


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Greetings to my new extended family! To embrace you all from afar,
is to love you all within. Fowohodie!

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GRAND FINALE: EACH ONE, REACH ONE!

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There is a subtle presence of sadness in the air as guests tonight embrace a farewell to an event that has truly been lifealtering. The Black History Month 365 Online Book Fair Event has sealed its place in AfricanAmerican history for being the first event to bring AfricanAmerican authors together to unite a community.The Event has been unique in that new AfricanAmerican authors were given opportunities to participate in dialogue with more experienced authors. Every author was given... (continue reading)

THE TRUTH ABOUT FINANCIAL, MENTAL, AND SPIRITUAL WELLNESS IN OUR COMMUNITY-I

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Hey everybody, welcome back! I am so glad to see you all. We have a lot of ground to cover tonight on the matter of finance and mental wellness in our community. Therefore, I'm going to invite our Royal Ella Curry to get us ready for another proud moment in time featuring Ms. Rosalynn West on the Pinkster. For a complete broadcast of this recorded history telling, please download the podcast for Friday 22, 2008. Ella allows our Joint Hosts Cheryl Lacey Donovan, Speaker and Author of, Women, What... (continue reading)

THIS IS IT: IMPROVING GLOBAL IMPACT IN AFRICAN-AMERICAN COMMUNITY!

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Well, suh here we are on Night No. 20 of this grand black history event. On this occasion, we revisit the topic of literacy and the challenges our youth face educationally. Some of the issues discussed in our community continued to overlap, but if you stuck with this group of concerned stakeholders, you learned that we actually put together a list of needed action. In other words, our list from the Black Love discussions has grown and we're making progress. Of course, it is going to take a... (continue reading)