Being Superwoman

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What do you call a woman that truly does it all? Cooks. Cleans. Takes damn good care of her kids. Works a forty plus hour work week. Plus she’s always there for her family and friends whenever they need her, Read more

Black, Mentally Ill Mother Killed By Seattle Police

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Only last week, Philando Castile’s mother, Valerie Castile, warned of more police involved shootings during her heartbreaking speech after the ruling of Jeronimo Yanez, the Minnesota police officer acquitted of  manslaughter and reckless discharge of a firearm, which resulted in the Read more

Aaron’s Inc, Progressive Leasing, and Warrick Dunn Charities Partner to Surprise Single Mom with Fully Furnished House

4.6.2017. St. Petersburg, Fl. Keyona Thompson and her six children took ownership today of their new house on Fourth Avenue South in St. Petersburg.  It is the 155th home that Warrick Dunn Charities has presented since 1997. Dunn's charity worked with Habitat for Humanity and Publix Super Market Charities and others to help Thompson  and her family.   Photo by Bill Serne

Aaron’s, Inc., a leading omnichannel provider of lease-purchase solutions, and its divisions Aaron’s and Progressive Leasing, supplied the home furnishings for this month’s Surprise Home Presentation to Tampa, Florida resident Keyona Thompson and her children as part of Homes for Read more

Q&A w/ Jeanine Nicole

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Jeanine Nicole knew she wanted to be a writer when she was just five-years-old. She wrote her first short story, “The Princess Who Never Wins” in kindergarten, and she’s been writing ever since. Jeanine has published two books, “The College Read more