by King Kevin Dorival, Contributor for SoulsofBlackwomen.com
My full name is Kevin Dorival (friends call me King), and I appreciate you taking the time to read about our fundraiser. I am a mentor, motivational speaker, and the author of the book and the stage play, The Courage To Believe, which is the story of how I overcame adversity through perseverance and faith. Through these mediums, my testimony seeks to help teens and young adults to consistently make successful decisions as opposed to poor choices that lead to crime, prison, and poverty. In an effort to further expand this message, I am filming a documentary whose purpose is to further empower our youth to believe in their capacity to succeed in the face of overwhelming odds.
Two 4-ounce packets unsweetened frozen acai puree
1 medium banana
1/2 cup blueberries
1 tablespoon honey
3 tablespoons granola
2 tablespoons pomegranate seeds
1 tablespoon unsweetened coconut flakes
Break the frozen acai up a little by slapping the sealed packets on the countertop or hitting them with a meat mallet. Blend the berries with 1/2 the banana, 1/4 cup of the blueberries and the honey in the blender, stopping to stir and break up the mixture as needed, until it’s the consistency of a thick smoothie; transfer to a cereal bowl.
Many of you African Americans may not know it, but there are approximately 3,200 people serving life without parole for non violent crimes, pure racism. This mother missed out on her child growing up, just because she stole a $159 jacket. No, she shouldn’t have done it, but the average white woman wouldn’t have gotten her freedom taken away for it, that’s what you must realize. Too many African Americans today do not realize the damage that we’ve done to each other when we fail to admit the oppression within our own race. It must stop, because no matter if you’re light or dark, you are still black and not wanted in the country by a group of people who feel they are superior. Furthermore, only 18 percent of these non-violent offenders are white.
This is beautifully amazing, these bi-racial twins reveal how creative God is. One of the main things, we feel He is trying to teach many people is that he can create various complexions through the same parents and of course, through two different parents. Specifically in the black race and even some whites, whenever they see siblings of various shade tones, they are in awe and are perplexed. In the black race, that’s been the main conversation since slavery. However, these two sisters are twins and people finally can see that one appears black. The crazy thing about it is, if she had siblings who were of dark pigment, they would question the same; why did she come out so dark or question if they were really siblings? So, this is amazing, but this has been going on for years in the black race. It’s time to finally learn God is very creative and all shades are very beautiful, whether you like it or not.
This is amazing sisters, Carlos Maroles is left to raise his quadruplets after his wife, Erica died, after delivery. God left Carlos a blessing through his late wife and we are sure they are going to give him so much happiness for the rest of his life.
This is insane, you cannot wash sins away like you wash dirt away from clothes. Now, this is very similar to Jim Jones and The People’s Temple, because whenever you have a multitude of followers that will accept any sort of doctrine that will kill you, it’s a cult. According to The Old Black Church, the congregation comes obediently and get on their knees while he washes their sins away. Now, what kind of heaven this pastor and his members think is waiting for them???
This R&B Diva with such a beautiful voice died too soon. Charmayne Maxwell was just 46 years old when she accidentally fell on a wine glass and cut her neck. It seems like the longer we live, the more precious sisters we lose.
According to TheRoot.com, R&B singer Charmayne Maxwell from the ’90s group Brownstone died Saturday evening at the age of 46. Maxwell’s mother-in-law, whose son is music producer Carsten “Soulshock” Schack, told the newspaper that Maxwell died from a fall.
In the meantime, Charymayne Maxwell’s family and friends are in our prayers and may she rest in peace. God bless.
Bishop T. D. Jakes attended Dallas Festival Ideas. The famous pastor was among dozens of guest speakers and shared his thoughts on what he thinks is the solution for the issues in the city of Dallas. According to DallasNews.com, Bishop T.D. Jakes, senior pastor at the Potter’s House, had the final words at the festival. Dallas’ problems, he said, can be solved if there are three ingredients in place. A cause and a cure are the first two.