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Black Girls And Self-esteem

Black Girls And Self-esteem

By Dr. Peter Sealy Pride Guest Columnist The Black family — including the extended family — must come together to build the self–esteem of Black girls. The stage that comes before adulthood, a point in time determining a young person’s ...

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War, Racism And Black Love

War, Racism And Black Love

By Lamoi | L. Ardor Pride Columnist How do you love a Black Man? That was a question posed on a social media site, and I was not surprised to see the answers were few. For many, that is a ...

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Why A Black History Month?

By Rosemary Sadlier Guest Writer In the 1950’s the Canadian Negro Women’s Association brought the celebration to Toronto, Ontario. By 1978, Ontario Black History Society successfully petitioned the City of Toronto to have the monthly celebration formally recognized. This celebration ...

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The Evil Effects Of Poverty

By Rupert Johnson  Poverty is like an evil monster whose vicious tentacles are far-reaching and destructive. There is no doubt that it has taken a stranglehold on millions of people across the world. And there is also no doubt that ...

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Consent—Its Urgency And Its Dismissal

Consent—Its Urgency And Its Dismissal

By L. Ardor | Lamoi Pride Columnist On any given day, if you were to scroll down a social media platform feed, you will no doubt see the plethora of video uploads exposing people in the throes of their humanity. ...

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Symbolism Of The Canadian Flag

Symbolism Of The Canadian Flag

By Rupert Johnson  Sunday, February 15, 2015 marks the 50th anniversary of our Canadian flag which has become a powerful symbol of freedom, democracy and diversity. Therefore, on this historic day we should pause and reflect upon the symbolism of ...

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5 Secrets For Winning A Post-Secondary Scholarship

5 Secrets For Winning A Post-Secondary Scholarship

NC – Each year, thousands of Canadian students earn scholarships that help them offset their education costs. Surprisingly, over $15 million of the $70 million available each year in scholarship dollars goes unclaimed, according to industry estimates. “Scholarships are a ...

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