Tag Archive: Black

Remembering Our Heros on 9/11

By: Trymain Lee of the Huffington Post The years haven’t much eased Irene Smith’s pain. Some days are good, she says. Some less so. But her son, Leon W. Smith Jr., is always… Continue reading

The Importance of Giving Back- “Time Tithing”

  Time tithing simply means that you consistently volunteer some of the time which you have no control over (hours spent not working or sleeping) to community service.       A Time… Continue reading

Are You Ready For Spring Storms and Summer Heat?

  Summer is quickly approaching us and bringing to our attention some household needs that slipped our minds during the spring months. In our efforts to continue to support those who work hard… Continue reading

Employers Actively Looking for Diverse Employees

St. Louis County Police Department- http://www.stlouisco.com/police MoDOT- http://www.modot.mo.gov/jobs Coca Cola- http://www.enjoycareers.com St. Louis University- http://www.jobs.slu.edu Bethesda Health Group- http://www.bethesdahealth.jobs GKN Aerospace- http://www.gknplc.com Kirkwood School District- http://www.kirkwoodschools.org Ladue Schools- http://www.ladueschools.net Laclede Gas- http://www.lacledegas.com/employment Life… Continue reading

YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS THIS!

Saturday March 2nd– Presenters Morning Sessions 10am-1pm “Protecting and Encouraging Our Daughters” – Good Journey- Dionne Ferguson-Room 143 “Nurturing Mind, Body, and Spirit”- Acupuncture St. Louis- Afua Bromley-Room 145 “Taking Care of the… Continue reading

A Week of No Sex and an Empowerment Conference

    After 22 years of distributing 100,000 copies each year of a directory and magazine filled with businesses, non-profits, and corporations who are looking to reach the St. Louis Metro African American… Continue reading