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Know Your Girls Pushes Breast Cancer Awareness Among Black Women

Throughout Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we are revisiting article that focus on the disease, such as this one from May 2019.

Fighting Breast Cancer Through Living and Giving

During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we are revisiting articles, such as this one from October 2017, that focus on the subject.

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Wyclef Jean Shares Workout as He Preps for Propel Co: Labs Fitness Festival

Rapper, musician, producer, actor and author Jean, born Oct. 17, 1969, turns the big 5-0 today. We’re celebrating by reposting this June 2018 exclusive interview with the fit former Fugee.

When a Friend Is Diagnosed with Breast Cancer

It can be very difficult to know what to say or do when you learn a friend has breast cancer, but this revisited October 2014 article offers excellent advice.

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Strong & Silent: Breaking the Stigma of Abuse Because Black Men Are Victims, Too

October is National Domestic Abuse Awareness Month, and in this revisited March 2017 article, the author reminds us that victims are not always female.

Black Men and Mental Illness Can Be a Barbershop Conversation, Too

Barbershops are where brothers talk about almost everything. One subject, however, seems to be taboo, and it’s an important one that needs much more exposure in the Black community: mental health. We revisit this informative and insightful October 2015 article on World Mental Health Day, October 10.

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