Julia Wilson and Mr. Cen Jianjun

[FEARLESS LIVING]
How HBCU Students Can Study Abroad in China

by Julia A. Wilson

A few weeks ago, I traveled to Beijing, China, to witness and participate in activities where the Chinese government would make good on an... Read More

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[FEARLESS LIVING]
My Body Isn't Part of the Business Deal

by Julia A. Wilson

Let’s call him Mr. Bad Intentions. “B.I.” and I met through a business colleague in France. He immediately began telling me about various projects... Read More

Moments/Editor’s Letter: Choose Happy

Moments/Editor’s Letter: Choose Happy

by Mitzi Miller

I ’ve always believed that life is an unpredictable, exhilarating and amazing adventure. Each of us simply has to show up and be 100-percent... Read More

Dare to Be Happy

Dare to Be Happy

by S. Tia Brown

Falling into a rut is compounded by one thing: helplessness. That’s the unavoidable, disastrous realization once you’ve planted roots in it. Most folks have... Read More

[FEARLESS LIVING]
How to be a Culturally Aware Global Citizen

[FEARLESS LIVING]
How to be a Culturally Aware Global Citizen

by Julia A. Wilson

Years ago, invited to the prestigious offices of a very important businessman in downtown Johannesburg, South Africa to discuss some possible new business for... Read More

PERSONAL SPACE: New Adventure

PERSONAL SPACE: New Adventure

by Amy DuBois Barnett

It is very rare in one’s career to get anywhere near an iconic brand, much less touch it. For the past four incredible years,... Read More

[FEARLESS LIVING]
How to Make Your Dreams a Reality

[FEARLESS LIVING]
How to Make Your Dreams a Reality

by Julia A. Wilson

In 1992, after Rodney King was brutally beaten by police officers in Los Angeles, California, who were subsequently acquitted of the beating, local communities... Read More

[FEARLESS LIVING]
Surviving Sexual Assault

[FEARLESS LIVING]
Surviving Sexual Assault

by Julia A. Wilson

I was a teenager when the senior pastor of my church in Tulsa, Oklahoma gave me that dubious lift home from junior high school... Read More

Julia A. Wilson

[FEARLESS LIVING]
How to be Confident Anywhere

by Julia A. Wilson

I grew up in the segregated North-side of Tulsa, Oklahoma, eating powdered eggs from welfare subsidies and stuffing my holey shoes with pieces of... Read More

african american woman writing laptop

[ASK A LAWYER]
Why Aren't Juries More Diverse?

by Charles F. Coleman Jr. and George C. Gardner III

"I am seeking advice to become a self-published author under a pen name. What are the proper steps to secure and protect my writing?... Read More