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Black Women No Longer Have Their Essence

May 26, 2011


Raynard Jackson


Essence Magazine used to be the preeminent magazine for Black women in the U.S.  They, like many Black publications, have lost their relevance; and in the process become an embarrassment to the very group they claim to target.


Essence was founded in 1968 by Ed Lewis, Clarence Smith, Cecil Hollingworth, Jonathan Blount, and Denise Clark.  Their initial circulation began at around 50,000 per month and now is estimated to be over 1 million per month.  It is a monthly pu

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Freedom Rides to Libya

Hi Everyone, Hope that all is well with you. I am peeking up from a dreadful chest cold which hlas literally forced me to bed for over a week. Up I come ready to get to work raising funds for a trip to Libya. Our scheduled trip was halted because of the Obama Sanctions which for bid acceptance of any finances or other assistance from Libya. We have to engineer our own fund raising drive to make the trip previously scheduled for last Thursday. We are the new age Freedom Riders (Boats to Gaza) enr
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