ThinkingGood.org My oldest son, Middleton, was born on July 4th in Washington DC. A few hours, later fireworks erupted in celebration across our nation—I’d like to think in honor of him.

This year, as his fifth birthday approached, Middleton inquired why July 4th was also called Independence Day. One answer led to another question and another, and me becoming an amateur aficionado of the...

WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans emphatically declared their anger at government Tuesday as they elected a political outsider who failed to generate much excitement but offered the prospect of change.

Exit polls recorded the simmering discontent of the American electorate.

Four in 10 voters said they were hungry for change, and those voters overwhelmingly favored Republican Donald Trump...

Soon after Roy Brook voted Tuesday at a community center in Bessemer, Alabama, he grabbed an American flag and set out to convince others to do the same.

"I'm not telling anyone what to do," said Brook, 67, who resumed the spot alongside the road he has occupied for most of the last year, with a sign urging passersby to vote. "The idea is to reach as many people as I can with the message of...

http://thinkinggood.org  - On the inaugural Suite Talk podcast we are joined by Dr. Jay Speights, Vice President of the New Seminary. Dr. Speights gives us some practical insights on how to begin each day with purpose and focus, with an eye to setting the tone, tenor and tempo. We will hear from Dr. Speights in the near future. In the meantime, lean-in, lean-back and enjoy!

 

Oakland, CA — In April this year, Black Entertainment Television (BET) aired the tenth annual Black Girls Rock! celebration and award show dedicated to elevating the narratives of Black women and shining a light on the achievements of women of color whose contributions often go under the radar in mainstream media. Between high-energy musical performances and award presentations...

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