The Worries of Dealing with Aging Parents

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We are all living to die. Death is the inevitable end for all things, but knowing we’ll return to the dust from whence we came does little to calm the fear that strikes us as our relatives’ age. An anonymous writer penned a brilliant piece...

7 Sort-Of Rules For Living (And Being Okay) With Anxiety

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Do you have anxiety? You’re in good company. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, there’s around 40 million people dealing with anxiety disorders in the U.S. alone. That’s a lot of friggin’ people — and Ihappen to be one of them. Anxiety is something I live...

NPR Examines Black People’s Fascination with Moscato in Controversial New Article

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All this time, I thought I chose wine based on my individual taste preference. Little did I know, rappers dictate which wines black people buy and the latest drink for “people of color” is moscato. Let me explain. After Lil Kim and Drake taught us...

‘Venus Vs’: Ava DuVernay Directs Feature Doc On Activist Venus Williams

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“Venus Vs.,” directed by award-winning director Ava DuVernay will highlight the story of tennis star Venus Williams and her journey from practicing with her father and sister in Compton to competing on a national level and her fight for equal prize money for female tennis players at Wimbledon. The...

Lolo Jones Mocks Rachel Jeantel By Comparing Her to Madea

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Lolo Jones can’t keep her foot out of her mouth. The track and field and bobsled athlete, who makes the news for her athletic inconsistency and controversial social media posts, is under fire for a tweet about Rachel Jeantel, a friend of Trayvon Martin who testified...