Here in the United States, someone is sexually assaulted every 98 seconds. This is startling because many assaults go unreported and are not even included in that statistic.
All right, so let’s get a little personal. Mi abuela, who is nearing 90, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease about 10 years ago. Also note that the disease is not called ‘all-timers.’
We spend — no, waste — too large a chunk of our mental space thinking about what others think of us.
Before I get on with column, have we all seen the movie “Get Out”?
On Friday, I and a few hundred people were fortunate enough to catch the Holy Spirit at the 11th annual HKonJ March Mass Meeting and Worship Service at Rush Metropolitan AME Zion Church in Raleigh.
This may be a wild concept to some of you, especially given our current political context, but being conservative is OK.
As tens of thousands of people came together in several states across the country on Jan. 15 at dozens of different rallies to oppose the repeal of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and with the presidential inauguration just hours away, all eyes are on congressional Republicans’ first major move since the 115th Congress was sworn in.
Years ago I remember getting off the school bus about half a mile from my home. Something was weird about that day — I felt like the others that got off were following too closely.
Recently, I have been struggling with the concept of love and with what it really means to love blindly. I know you all will know exactly what I mean when I say that over these past few weeks, checking Facebook and all other media, where problematic former high school classmates dwell, has been a test on my willingness to love.
If you are anything like me, and you too often find yourself questioning your life decisions after ingesting a box of donuts, then please read. Is exercise the most effective way to stay at a healthy weight?