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St. Peter's AME honors Four Tops' "Duke" Fakir

St. Peter's AME honors Four Tops' Abdul "Duke" Fakir, founding member of the legendary Motown group, the Four Tops, was recently honored by St. Peter's AME Church, 401 E. 41st St., Minneapolis, with a Living Legend award.
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It's never too late

It's never too lateRecently I have had to deal with a few deaths in my family and also the death of a truly dear friend.

These events have rocked my world somewhat and have made me take a look at my life more closely. I started thinking about my own dreams and ambitions. Have I done all the things that I set out to do? Have I achieved those goals that I set for myself so many years ago?
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Fostering a positive self-concept in Black children

Fostering a positive self-concept in Black childrenSelf-concept and the Black community
It is a well-known fact that children within the black community are bombarded early in life with images that define 'beauty', 'intelligence' or 'success' which run counter to the images they view in their own mirrors. This effectively devalues their self-concept at a critical stage. There exists a lack of appreciation for differing definitions of 'beauty', 'intelligence' or 'success' in major societal institutions with the media outlets of television, radio and print having the most influence.
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Healing for the masculine soul

Healing for the masculine soulIn my last article, I discussed healing for the black family. This week I would like to discuss healing from the male's perspective or healing for the masculine soul. Most men are born whole. They come into the world full of wonder and potential. Their souls and spirits are one, and they are at peace internally and externally. The male ego is very fragile, and it is connected to a man's masculinity through his emotions. It is protected by his thick skin. When the man is healthy and whole, his emotions are in check and his desires are under control.
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Emotional healing for the black family

Emotional healing for the black familyDuring Black History Month, I want to continue my discussion about relationships. The black family is under attack, and the emotional battle between men and women of all races is at an all time high. To counter this, we need information that will help bring emotional healing and resolution. Knowledge is power, and power is needed for sustained changed. Here are a few things to consider as we work to help facilitate emotional healing for the black family.
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When a man loves his wife

When a man loves his wifeThis is the second article in which I go back to the original intent of this column, which is relationship building.

Two years ago, I set out to share insights from my book, "Men Are Dirt." The book is based on thoughts about men from a man's perspective. During this week of Valentine's Day, use this article as the catalyst for a healthy dialogue about your relationship. For those of you who are married, this article is based on chapter 6 of my book, and it is dedicated to you.
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Five steps to build positive self esteem

Five steps to build positive self esteemDoes having positive self-esteem take work or are you naturally built with it already placed inside of you?

It would be nice to be born with this quality, but many times it takes work to build self esteem. There are millions of people who need to do those extra things to make sure they are confident and they stay that way. Having confidence in who you are and what you want is a part of self esteem which does not happen overnight. However, there are steps that I developed to help you along your journey. These are the steps that I share with my clients which have been known to help them to build self-esteem in their lives.
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