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Black Arrow FC A new community dedicated to connecting black culture through soccer. Collective of like-minded folks utilizing soccer/futbol
27 Jul 2017
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Meet Gil Scott-Heron's father, trailblazer in Scotland's Soccer / Football folklore .Black Arrow FC A new community dedicated to connecting black culture through soccer. Collective of like-minded folks utilizing soccer/futbol as a vehicle to connect, break bread, and explore culture.
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The prostate is a gland that is a part of the male reproductive system that wraps around the male urethra at its exit from the bladder Common problems are BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia), acute and chronic bacterial prostatitis and chronic prostatitis (non-bacterial) Prostate cancer is common in men over 50, especially in African-Americans and in men who eat fatty food and/or have a father or brother with prostate cancer Symptoms of prostate problems (and prostate cancer) include urinary problems (little or no urine output, difficulty starting (straining) or stopping the urine stream, frequent urination, dribbling, pain or burning during urination), erectile dysfunction, painful ejaculation, blood in urine and/or deep back, hip, pelvic or abdominal pain; other symptoms may include weight loss, bone pain and lower extremity swelling Prostate cancer is definitively diagnosed by tissue biopsy; initial studies may include a rectal exam, ultrasound and PSA (prostate-specific antigen) levels Treatments for prostate cancer may include surveillance, surgery, radiation therapy, hormone therapy, chemotherapy, vaccine therapy, and other medical therapies that can affect prostate cancer cell growth.
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A risk factor is anything that affects your chance of getting a disease such as cancer. Different cancers have different risk factors. Some risk factors, like smoking, can be changed. Others, like a person’s age or family history, can’t be changed. But having a risk factor, or even several, does not mean that you will get the disease. Many people with one or more risk factors never get cancer, while others who get cancer may have had few or no known risk factors. Researchers have found several factors that might affect a man’s risk of getting prostate cancer. Age Prostate cancer is rare in men younger than 40, but the chance of having prostate cancer rises rapidly after age 50. About 6 in 10 cases of prostate cancer are found in men older than 65. Race/ethnicity Prostate cancer occurs more often in African-American men and in Caribbean men of African ancestry than in men of other races. African-American men are also more than twice as likely to die of prostate cancer as white men. Prostate cancer occurs less often in Asian-American and Hispanic/Latino men than in non-Hispanic whites. The reasons for these racial and ethnic differences are not clear. Geography Prostate cancer is most common in North America, northwestern Europe, Australia, and on Caribbean islands. It is less common in Asia, Africa, Central America, and South America. The reasons for this are not clear. More intensive screening in some developed countries probably accounts for at least part of this difference, but other factors such as lifestyle differences (diet, etc.) are likely to be important as well. For example, Asian Americans have a lower risk of prostate cancer than white Americans, but their risk is higher than that of men of similar backgrounds living in Asia. Family history Prostate cancer seems to run in some families, which suggests that in some cases there may be an inherited or genetic factor. (Still, most prostate cancers occur in men without a family history of it.)
5 Aug 2017
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Emerging from a bitter, painful history, this video encourages African Americans to heal because what we don't heal gets passed on to the next generation.
14 Jul 2007
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18 Aug 2007
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WIN $5000 CASH!, visit www.hairtx**** for details. Just send Dr. Lam your best idea for his business and win cash to CONTESTLAMFACIALPLASTICS.COM DR. LAM TALKS ABOUT THE BASICS OF HOW TO CREATE A NATURAL APPEARING HAIRLINE AND HOW TO EXECUTE RECIPIENT SITES ARE ARE SPECIFIC FOR BOTH AFRICAN AMERICAN PATIENTS AND THOSE MORE SPECIFICALLY FEMALE. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT DR. LAM, HAIR RESTORATION, HAIR LOSS, PLEASE VISIT WWW.HAIRTX.COM.
19 Aug 2007
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A landmark in African American independent filmmaking, The Blood of Jesus is a moralistic fantasy adventure through the afterlife. This was the first feature length foray by director Spencer Williams, who utilized an all black cast and a shoestring budget. The result is a look into the life and faith of African Americans in the forties. A pious woman is accidentally shot by her husband, and proceeds to a place in between Heaven and Hell. There she is tempted by the devil to lead a sinful life. She goes from a nightclub to a roadhouse, witness easy money and debauchery. Through these energized scenes, Williams’ abilities as a director shine through the meager means available to make the film. A struggle for righteousness and goodness, The Blood of Jesus is a historically crucial look at African American culture and art during the great depression.
3 Jan 2008
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IS TRINITY A RACIST AFRICAN AMERICAN CHURCH OR A "WARM AND ACCEPTING" CHURCH COMMUNITY WHERE ALL RACES ARE "ENTHUSIASTICALLY WELCOMED" Congregants Said Trinity Was "A Warm and Accepting Community." The New York Times reported, "On blogs and cable news shows, conservative critics have called it separatist and antiwhite. Congregants respond by saying critics are misreading the church's tenets, that it is a warm and accepting community and is not hostile to whites." [New York Times, 4/30/07] Religion Historian: At Trinity, "My Wife And I On Occasion Attend, And, Like All Other Non-Blacks, Are Enthusiastically Welcomed." University of Chicago's Martin Marty, a historian of modern Christianity. wrote, "Trinity is the largest congregation in the whole United Church of Christ, the ex-Congregational (think Jonathan Edwards) and Reformed (think Reinhold Niebuhr) mainline church body. Trinity's rubric is "Unashamedly Black and Unapologetically Christian." So far as I can tell Trinity shapes a kind of ellipse around these two "centers," neither of which makes sense without the other. This you would never know from the slanders of its enemies or the incomprehension and naiveté of some reporters who lack background in the civil rights and African-American movements of several decades ago — a background out of which Trinity's stirrings first rose and on which it transformatively trades...More important, for Trinity, being 'unashamedly black' does not mean being 'anti-white. My wife and I on occasion attend, and, like all other non-blacks, are enthusiastically welcomed." [Martin Marty, 4/2/07] Keywords: Barack Obama, Racist, Black, African American, Trinity United Church of Christ, Chicago, Religion, Christian, Faith, Race, Africa TRINITY TENETS ARE "TAKEN DIRECTLY FROM SCRIPTURE" AND EMPHASIZE "COMMITMENT" TO GOD, COMMUNITY, FAMILY, WORK, SELF-DISCIPLINE AND SELF-RESPECT Obama Says Black Values System Must Be Understood as a Whole. "Obama said it was important to understand the document as a whole rather than highlight individual tenets. 'Commitment to God, black community, commitment to the black family, the black work ethic, self-discipline and self-respect,' he said. 'Those are values that the conservative movement in particular has suggested are necessary for black advancement...So I would be puzzled that they would object or quibble with the bulk of a document that basically espouses profoundly conservative values of self-reliance and self-help.'" [Chicago Tribune, 2/6/07] Obama Says Argument Against "Middleclassness" Taken Directly From Scripture. "In his published memoirs, Obama said even he was stopped by Trinity's tenet to disavow "middleclassness" when he first read it two decades ago in a church pamphlet. The brochure implored upwardly mobile church members not to distance themselves from less fortunate Trinity worshipers. 'As I read it, at least, it was a very simple argument taken directly from Scripture: 'To whom much is given much is required,'' Obama said. [Chicago Tribune, 2/6/07]
28 Jan 2008
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So hilariously awful it’s not clear whether the filmmakers were in on the joke, Lying Lips is a ridiculous murder mystery. Made with an all African American cast, director Oscar Micheaux was the first major black filmmaker in America. He would make many great films dealing with race and other issues that minorities faced, but Lying Lips is not one of them. Attempting straight laced melodrama, Edna Mae Harris leads the way in comically bad acting and taking baths with high heels on. Aside from the laughable production values, some aspects of early twentieth century African American culture are well documented: music, social structure, dance, and segregation.
4 Dec 2008
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We are the leader in quality African American art and Black art prints online!
14 Jun 2008
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This video features popular religious art from African American artists.
14 Jun 2008
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http:www.internetmarketingforfinancialfreedom**** 503-454-0940 PATRICIA african american women in business famous african american women in business Top African American Women in Business …Other than Oprah » The Jan 24, 2008 Here we briefly profile ten fantastically accomplished African American women in finance and business. If you don’t know their names yet, African-American women step up in business world Aug 24, 2006, As women take entrepreneurship's lead, marketers from banks to tech companies are tapping black women as a new source of revenue. African Americam Women in Business African American Women in Business. BCW is proud to announce our sponsorship with Harvard Business School ... 405200 African-American women-owned businesses, generating $25 billion in sales ...African_American Women Business Owners Association The association is open to any type of business, and benefits will include financial support and information, emotional support, free subscription to Black ...European Federation of Black Women Business Owners Black Women…European Federation of Black Women Business Owners and Black Women in Business and Black Women Business Leaders. African American Women Gaining in Biz Starts Feb 13, 2005 ... More than 68 percent of the African American women-owned enterprises that were in business in 1997 were still in operation three years later ...Resources for African American Women website for African American women who share interest in business ventures. Empowering and informative for women of color. A community for black women to ...African American Women in the 20th Century: 1900-1949 Pictures of Maggie Lena Walker, African American business executive and bank president. National Council of Negro Women Since its founding in 1935, ...The American and African Business Women’s Alliance (AABWA) is an organization whose members represent business and professional women from America and ...News results for african american women in business Boston Globe Obama re-admonishes African Americans - Jul 15, 2008 He continued that parents needed to teach "our sons to treat women with respect and to ... Yves Hood, a 32-year-old African American from Austin, Texas, Los Angeles Times - 1000 related articles small black business women in detroit black business women black business suits for plus size women black business women in paterson, nj black business women photos black women business grants available black women business owners black women business wear black women owned business business black women pics business women black
23 Jul 2008
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An African American men tribute that is well deserved.
31 Aug 2008
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The Hon. James David Manning, PhD explains why blacks call themselves African Americans. This message comes from the Temple Hour of Prayer show on 2 October 2008, 3PM EST. Show url: *******www.ustream.tv/channel/atlahworldwide---temple-hour-of-prayer
8 Oct 2008
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A conservative African-American man at a Norm Coleman rally in Mora, MN hopes the Bradley Effect comes into play to prevent an Obama presidency. The Bradley Effect is the alleged tendency among some voters to tell pollsters they'll vote for a black candidate, but actually vote for their white opponent. Filmed by Chuck Olsen for The UpTake: *******theuptake****
19 Oct 2008
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