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At the time of change it can feel uncomfortable or even hurt a bit, but it is only when you fully embrace your new life that the blessing of the transformation can truly be felt. For Philadelphia artist, Yolanda Ward, even though the change from her nine to five to following her dream was forced upon her, by fully embracing her transformation, she is able to live the life of her dreams. I accidentally followed
The gang culture is an easy pitfall for a lot of youth that some never recover from. The usual consequences for being involved in a gang involve a coffin or jail. But fortunately for Michael Felton, that was not his story. Felton grew up in Southside Queens in the mid 90’s when the gang culture was very prevalent in his neighborhood. At 12 he joined the eight tre crips because the older males in his
In this era full of social media activists and movements that come and go as quickly as a tweet. The organization, Black Lives Matter is determined to make the subject of Black Lives more than just a hashtag. Even though the organization started as a hashtag in 2012 after the murder of Trayvon Martin by George Zimmerman, it has since grown into a national organization with 26 chapters spread across the nation. The movement began