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Dare To Dream

In 1948, President Harry Truman signed an Executive Order to integrate the military and mandate the equality of treatment/opportunities for Blacks. Unfortunately, desegregation of the military was not complete for several years! All-black Army units persisted well into the Korean

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Mind Your Own Garden

I’m a dreamer. I live for a great idea! Recently, however, my ideas needed a little CPR. If I didn’t get some people to breathe life into my goals quickly, my aspirations would’ve surly died. Yes, they would’ve died and been

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You Can! You Will! By Atiya Nathan

Yes, the military lifestyle can be stressful, but so can the civilian lifestyle.  Thankfully, I’m a silver-lining type of gal and I like to look at the glass as half-full.  I’m very aware, however, that there are some women who

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S.I.Q. Is Not An Option!

I love it when my husband returns home, from being in such close quarters with all of those lovely germs! A few days after reuniting with my handsome life-partner, from being on a Naval ship for almost two months, he didn’t do

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Pushing Through! By Aitya Nathan.

Have you ever heard the infamous phrase, “you knew what you were getting yourself into?”   A friend may have said that to you in a pitiful attempt at comforting you or perhaps you have uttered these words to yourself.  No

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Adults Becoming Grownups

I wonder how many arguments or friendship breakups would occur if people had those SAME conversations face-to-face? No texting, no Facebook, and no interactions on social media at all…What if you had to look that person in the face and converse without having the

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