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The Connection | MASKING ISSUES THROUGH SOCIAL NETWORKING
Having The Conversation --Observations
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THE CONNECTION | REMEMBERING JOSEPHINE BAKER
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Having The Conversation --The Awareness Moment
JACKIE ORMES Cartoonist was the first Black Female Cartoonist creating cartoon characters Torchy Brown, Cadny, Patty-Jo and Ginger. The comic strip was placed in Black Newspapers for viewers to enjoy. ORMES 1911-1985 was all about making sure the characters were great examples of Blacks moving away from the stereotypical factors. Eloquence, message, how the character's were designed, shinging example of a cartoonist breaking down barriers. KUDOS!
SUPPORTING THOSE WITH
LUPUS, THE FOCUS IS
NECESSARY...AS WOMEN, MEN,
CHILDREN, SPOUSES AND FAMILY MEMBERS ALL DEAL WITH THE EFFECTS OF LUPUS.
It is time for more focus to be placed on LUPUS. For years those affected with LUPUS go undiagnosed because the systemic lupus erythematosus, SLE is known as the big 'imitator', mimicing other illnesses and conditions. The 'imitator' factor makes it hard to easily diagnose this disease that cannot be passed on to someone in terms of the infection level. As more of the online and offline platforms raise awareness on LUPUS the more beneficial and necessary it becomes to continue to find break-throughs. More than ever before those persons affected with LUPUS the long-term autoimmune disorder are coming forward in a very real way bringing awareness to the masses. With the various symptoms each person has, the more experiences shared, the more we all can come together in making more positive impacts medically, physically, mentally and along social levels.
Educating oneself on this disease is priority. Learning to manage the disease has given people more years of their life. Those big feelings of being alone, those dealing with lupus directly or indirectly you are not alone. Awareness, support is everything. Like the researches of other illnesses support is always needed. If you feel the symptoms you are dealing with mirrors some of the symptoms of Lupus, have discussions with your doctor and if no results are there know your options to seek second opinions. 1021 will be supporting the LUPUS FOUNDATION of America. Join us!
The rewards of supporting will be priceless.
The Connection Talks: THEY'RE YOU PUSHA BABY!
Seems like 1 in 3 people you know are on one or multiple type of pills. The alarming facts, one in three could be YOU. Ages range from 25-65. At one time this was unheard of those in their 20's on pills for some type of relief.
The relief could be from stress related issues that causes problems, physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. When in so much pain, grief and dispair from what ails
a person can start to lose their faith which is where spiritual moments happen. It is your right ethically to question your Physician on the types of medications you are being put on and for what length. It is vital to tell them when one pill is working and when it is not, so they as Professionals can look to other options. More times than not you will have options.
More discussions need to be made about THE PUSHA'S where legal drugs are concerned. If you are under medical care of someone who get's annoyed at you asking questions concerning your health, YOU GOT THE WRONG PUSHA BABY. More on this subject soon.
A LOOK BACK -- The Black Press
The Black Press has always been a staple in Black History and American History.
Who better to speak upon the varying degrees of issues among the Colored Race of People than People of Color in many aspects than not. From the Freedom Journal that was founded in 1827, The North Star, The Chicago Defender, The Afro-American, Douglass Monthly, The Christian Recorder one of the longest running Black Newspapers, the Official Black Press voice for the AME Church, The New Orleans Tribune a newspaper first to print in both French and English, The Conservator, to The Memphis Free Speech, The Woman's Era of 1894 written by and for women also a distinctive voice for the National Association of Colored Women, The Crisis founded by NAACP and WEB Du Bois, The Associated Negro Press.
From A Journal of Negro Life associated with the Urban League, Los Angeles Sentinel, then the FBI would launch their unofficial investigation of Black Press. Continuing... Black Panther Paper out of Oakland Ca, in 1973 The Association of Black Journalist NABJ establishes, 1975 National Association of Black Journalist establishes. The paper 1021's Publisher worked for The Charlotte Post a voice for the Black Community and beyond since 1878 is still publishing today in Charlotte NC. There are others not mentioned but each and every publication was groundbreaking in their own way. Publishers, journalist of today news staff many of us salute you all.
The Black Press is still needed though many feel blogs are becoming the new way along with Social Networking sites people from all walks of life are getting their news. The Black Press for the most part has adopted some of the components of online publishing entites but their blueprint for success and presenting information is still classic. We still need the positive voice from the Newspapers that is a voice to the community and from there it goes beyond. 1021Online shows love to all Black Press making a positive difference in the community. -1021 Contributing Staff
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