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Alcoholics Anonymous: Hispanic Women in A.A. share their experiences of hope and recovery

Before A.A., I lived a very sad life. Loneliness and drinking were my companions. I loved — or rather, I needed — to drink. It was an extraordinarily powerful but temporary “medicine.” …I came to A.A …I started listening to the stories and identifying. (Rosa) NEW YORK, Oct. 1, 2021 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — The 15 stories contained in the most recent Alcoholics Anonymous…

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Darrell Kelley Releases Take Your Knees Off Our Necks!!!

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After the mainstream media marked the first anniversary of the murder of George Floyd (May 25, 2021) between the conviction and sentencing of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, it’s as if they decided to move on to other topics – the Delta variant, debates over vaccine and mask mandates, messy withdrawal from Afghanistan, etc. It’s as if every other unjustifiable cop homicide on an African…

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Inaugural International Day for People of African Descent

The United States joins others around the world in commemorating the first International Day for People of African Descent. This day was created to promote the extraordinary contributions of Africans and members of the African diaspora around the world and is an opportunity to focus on eliminating all forms of discrimination against people of African descent. The United States continues to support the…

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13-Language Asian Vocalist Makes American Music History

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First Asian woman considered for prestigious GRAMMY Award categories in three decades SEATTLE — For the first time since the award was presented in 1992, an Asian woman is being considered for GRAMMY Award categories of Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album of the Year and also Best Pop Duo/Group Performance of the Year. K-pop group BTS was nominated for Best Pop…

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Sisters Launch FILTER First Program Designed To Change The Way Teens Use Social Media

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FILTER First program launches Nationwide. Program aims to equip teens with the tools they need to navigate the world of social media responsibly.   Created by sisters and co-founders Hallie House and Hannah George, the FILTER First video series and interactive study guide focuses on the acronym, FILTER, which covers six areas that are crucial for achieving a positive experience online: Following, Intentions,…

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Looking for a way to help families facing food insecurity?

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Take a Seat at The Table, Feed the Children’s Unique Online Giving Community Since the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, families across America have rediscovered the value of family mealtime. When families are able to sit down together, it helps them handle the stresses and hassles of daily life. However, with the current economic downtown, many parents are facing the…

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Brenda Bonna’s New Book ‘Girl Besides’ is a Touching Tale of Finding True Friendship

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NEW YORK (Newswire.com) – Brenda Bonna, a bilingual author, has completed her most recent book “Girl Besides”: a heart-warming tale of friendship between five girls who come from different cultural backgrounds. Brenda writes, “Four preteen girls from different countries, continents, and islands are seen growing up in the United States with unity, love, and wisdom. From a young age, each…

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Motherhood Maternity Honors International Women’s Day

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Charitable Donation to Maternity Care Coalition Motherhood Maternity® is honoring International Women’s Day by donating $2 per online order placed on Monday, March 8, 2021 to Maternity Care Coalition based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to provide emergency bundles to families in need. The bundles contain necessities a mom needs to care for a newborn baby.   Join Motherhood Maternity and follow the Life & Color virtual…

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Oscar Hopeful Short Documentary “THE CROSSING” Sheds Light on Venezuela’s Humanitarian Crisis

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In February of 2019, people from all over the world met in Cúcuta, Colombia in an attempt to deliver humanitarian aid into Venezuela. Juliana Peñaranda-Loftus, director of the short documentary THE CROSSING, knew she had to be there as she felt she had the moral responsibility to tell this story. In two days, she assembled a crew and flew to her hometown of Cúcuta,…

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Fathom Celebrates Black History Month With First Film Series This February (video)

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From Groundbreaking Musical Geniuses to TV Actress Who Changed NASA, Movie-Goers Can Discover and Honor African American History Through Film   This February, Fathom Events will launch the company’s first Black History Month film series, Fathom Events Celebrates Black History Month, in cinemas across the U.S. Movie-goers will have the opportunity to delve into the diverse lives, historic accomplishments and award-winning filmmaking of some of the…

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