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Creative Ways to Give Gifts During the Holidays Without Breaking the Bank

Creative Ways to Give Gifts During the Holidays Without Breaking the Bank

| December 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

Christmas, Hanukkah and the other winter holidays are just around the corner, and many of you may be wondering:  how can I give the special people in my life gifts without breaking the bank?  This article is meant to be helpful to you in that endeavor, so read on! If you are trying to be […]

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How to Stay Sane this Holiday Season

How to Stay Sane this Holiday Season

| December 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

Remembering the reason for the season can quickly fade as the fervor of the holiday festivities take over. It can quickly become a time of desperation and emotional turmoil if you do not learn how to remain positive during this joyous time of year. Here are a few tips we put together to help you […]

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AG Holiday Gift Guide

AG Holiday Gift Guide

| December 7, 2012 | 1 Comment

It’s that time of year again; the time for giving and Afrikan Goddess Magazine’s shopper has compiled the following list of her favorite items as a guide to your holiday gift shopping for that special woman in your life. We hope you find it helpful! Blue Clutch by Fulani This gorgeous clutch will add some glitz and […]

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Feminism and Intellectual Property: Will Women Judges Make a Difference?

Feminism and Intellectual Property: Will Women Judges Make a Difference?

| December 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

Women have climbed to the highest apex of judicial power in a number of countries. They have also climbed higher in positions of power in several countries. Both the Chief Justice and Deputy Chief Justice in Zambia as of mid-2012 were female jurists. The Chief Justice of Nigeria is a female. The Chief Justice of […]

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“Celebrity” Financial Advice: Really Worth ALL the Hype?

“Celebrity” Financial Advice: Really Worth ALL the Hype?

In this day and age, when financial advice is pretty easy to come by, one could make the assumption – at least logically – that retirement investors should see an uptick in their success ratios, as far as hitting their financial targets. Yeah, I know. That’s not even close, in reality. Of course, many reasons […]

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Keys to Africa’s Development

Keys to Africa’s Development

| December 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

The continent’s overarching priorities are still poverty eradication and wealth creation, provision of socioeconomic infrastructure and services, food security, good governance and effective institutions. There is compelling evidence of sustained progress in the pursuit of economic growth, good governance and the emergence of strong, functional and effective institutions in Africa. These are vital for development. […]

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Secret Confessions: I’m Afraid to Get Married!

Secret Confessions: I’m Afraid to Get Married!

| November 13, 2012 | 2 Comments

It used to be that men were the ones who feared losing their independence to marriage. Today, a rising number of women are beginning to experience this fear as well. Blame it on women having more freedom and control over their own lives, but this fear is real as I found out in the many […]

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“Lack of Education Stole her Dream”

“Lack of Education Stole her Dream”

| November 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

She was sitting amongst a group of women, supervising the cooking of a big pot of ‘Jollof’ rice at a naming ceremony.  I sat watching how they admired the attire of the guests as the griot sang praises to the women linking them to their linage.  Then I observed that she was less busy and […]

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Why Being A TV News Reporter Almost Kept Me From My Natural Hair

Why Being A TV News Reporter Almost Kept Me From My Natural Hair

| November 13, 2012 | 1 Comment

For the second time in my life, I’ve chosen to wear my hair in its natural kinky state. It was an easy decision the first time. Back in 2001, I was going through a phase of finally embracing my round face, high cheekbones and mahogany complexion. Ridding myself of my straight, chemically-processed hair typically associated with […]

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Pray and Play Together: Secrets to Building Strong, Happy and Lasting Unions

Pray and Play Together: Secrets to Building Strong, Happy and Lasting Unions

| November 8, 2012 | 1 Comment

Ladies, did you know that studies have continually shown that couples who play and pray together are happier and stronger and build lasting unions? Well, now you know.  However, many of us find ourselves too serious and too busy to make room for the very things our relationships need as time goes by. We make […]

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