Tru Story Exclusive: Back by Popular Demand Please accept this invitation to tune in for an exclusive series about real-life leaders, both personal and professional, that will share their own testimonies of how they made their dreams into reality. In explicit detail, these Tru Story guests will document the every day contributions to their own journey. This is the … Continue reading Ashe – A Real Writer By Guest Blogger Karen Simpson
Tru Story Exclusive: About Elbert Williams Let us All Seek Justice for Elbert by Guest Blogger, Jim Emison Attorney Jim Emison, TN Cold Case Investigative Lawyer Thank you for tuning into the Tru Story blog series: About Elbert Williams. For the next few weeks leading up to Independence Day I, along with guest bloggers and/or news … Continue reading TRU STORY EXCLUSIVE: Let Us All Seek Justice for Elbert
The last time I opened this blog up was to post a blog entry on inequality for Blog Action Day. I wanted to write about how inequality always adds this extra layer of crud on top of other issues. I wrote several examples from the past year or so in my journal. First I wrote … Continue reading What Peace Looks Like on a Thursday
As I often remind myself, Thanksgiving is a mindset. Today is the first of May, The National Day of Prayer, and...Thankful Thursday! Each Thursday in May, I will focus on one person or organization that has been a positive connection on my journey. Today's featured person is Rev. Dr. Deborah Mitchell. Or, as I endearingly … Continue reading Thankful Thursdays Spring Edition
Yesterday, was Giving Tuesday. So far, local results are showing: *COTS (Coalition of Temporary Shelter in Detroit, Michigan) received a $25,000 donation from someone who was inspired by Giving Tuesday. * ATAMI (All Things Artistic Ministries, Inc.) raised over $400 on their Go Fund Account. *Kiwanis raised 75% of their fundraising goal. *Peace Neighborhood Center received a donation of … Continue reading Giving Tuesday was a Success
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Ever since my third grade librarian helped me to form my first publication, I considered myself a writer. At the wild and brazen age of 9, I didn't understand how ridiculous it was to consider yourself a writer at such an early age. I mean, there are retirees that have been writing for years that … Continue reading Just four little words