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To Blessed To Be Oppressed

As you go on Day by day It seems as if someone always has something to say Whether it is what your doing, how you look or even who you are doing it with Just remember it is your life and you do as you see fit For You!!! You have the power to write your own destiny Be the change YOU want to see:) You are Beautiful!!!!

In Memoriam: Stanley Sanders

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Dear Friends and Supporters, Stanley Sanders was a great friend, a true leader, a strong man and a phenomenal spirit. He passed away on February 7 , 2009. Stan and his beloved dear wife Pamela A.K.A. Brandy Sanders are the founders of the Kierrah Foundation. Kierrah Foundation empowers, educates, and encourages young women who were former foster children . I personally had the honor of doing the first article on them and their amazing story. In the short time I have known these " Angels" for a short time. However, they have done so much for so many people. We are in true need of resources for a proper burial for Stan. If you have any suggestions or would like to contribute, please do not hesitate to contact me. Your prayers and support are definitely appreciated. To find out more information about the Kierrah Foundation. www.kierrahfoundation.org

Peace Wake Up: An Apology to Our Young Lesbians

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Many are concerned with the young generation and how they are upholding who we are and what we stand for. How can we point the finger at them when they are a reflection of us? t is times like these that makes me wonder "Can't we all just get along??" There are so many issues, struggles, and problems that we as a lesbian community face with society as a whole. However, how can we begin to fight the powers that be, if we are not right at home? Many are concerned with the young generation and how they are upholding who we are and what we stand for. How can we point the finger at them when they are a reflection of us? How many of us that have the power to empower and are really using it for just that.... empowering. It seems that the word "power" has been equated with status , money, and greed. How can we say that we stand for unity when we are so divided? How can we be leaders when our heads are so high that you can't even see that there are young peop