Featuring: Holly Mosley-Cooper

HollyMosleyCooperI am one of a "rare breed," a native Floridian. I was born here in Orlando, FL and educated in the Orange County Public Schools. I hold several degrees primarily focused on technical communication, health care, paralegal studies, and business management, administration and information technology. I am an alumnus of Florida A & M University, the University of Central Florida, Everest University and Rollins College!

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Hey Mr. President, Police Abuse Black Women Too

copabuseby Katrina Waters, Ph.D.
Today, President Obama said, "In too many communities around the country, a gulf of mistrust exists between local residents and law enforcement; too many young men of color are left behind and seen only as objects of fear."

Mr. President, I must say that this applies to black women too.

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Black Man Down, Again

MichaelBrown3by James DeShay
I have a degree in mathematics and I have taught
math for nearly thirty years. I completely understand
ratio and portions. I am asking those in white America
to find me a story where a unarmed white man is gunned
down by an African American Officer without cause.

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Daralene Jones Examined

DaraleneJones4by Carl Wiggins
The recent news story about Daralene Jones' assault on Commissioner Regina Hill has ignited a community conversation. Daralene Jones has become the story. The question most posed is why did Daralene Jones target Commissioner Regina Hill. What makes her tick?

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Me, My Day


by James DeShay
As I embrace my day I come to
realize, each and every day gives
me the opportunity to be a better

I no longer expect every moment to
be an award winner; but each day
can be a step toward my dreams.

Not everyone will see me as I see 
myself; but their description will 
not be the one that will determine 
my future.


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United Foundation Sets Its Sights on Duplicating the Tangelo Park Project

Orlando, Fl-- United Foundation of Central Florida, Inc., (UFCF) is a non-profit public foundation focused on early intervention and education leading to prevention. Ms. Sandra Fatmi, President of the Foundation and the Board of Directors has set its goals to duplicate the Tangelo Park Project for the children in the Pine Hills community. For the past 20 years, the Tangelo Park Initiative, under the leadership of Mr. Harris Rosen has transformed lives and mobilized the community to be self-reliant. It is one of the most successful programs for underserved minority children in the state of Florida.

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