Flint is the largest city and county seat of Genesee County in the State of Michigan. It is located along the Flint River, 66 miles (106 km) northwest of Detroit. According to the 2010 census, Flint has a population of 102,434, making it the seventh largest city in Michigan. Source – Wikipedia #ImSoFlint on Twitter #ImSoFlint […]Read more "#ImSoFlint Takes Over Social Media: Get all updates here!"
Social networks are amazing at keeping you in contact with your friends and families at all times. Back in the day, we had to call someone on their home phone in the hope that they may pick up, or rock up at their house in the hopes they may be home, only to ring the […]Read more "Are You Suffering From Over-Sharing Syndrome?"
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It’s hard to be sure that anything online is true – people’s profiles can be deceptive, there’s sales patter everywhere, adverts make astounding claims and gossip and unsubstantiated rumor abound. So when it comes to uber-hyped share launches, like Facebook and Twitter, should you really believe everything that the little bird tells you? The launch […]Read more "Should You Believe Everything That Little Bird Told You?"
My name is Tangela Walker-Craft. I am a native of Lakeland, Florida. I’ve been married to my husband (Ernest Craft, III) for 21+ years. I’m a wife and homeschooling mother to my 11 year old daughter. I’m also a patented inventor and business owner. After my daughter was born, I breastfed her for two years. […]Read more "Dangerous Black Woman: Tangela Walker-Craft"
“I’m black, but you’re just jealous because you’re not a pretty black girl like me, inside and out.” My classmate left me distraught as she told me boldly and confidently that I was “an ugly black girl.” I ran home to my mother, tears in eyes, certain that being black meant being ugly and that […]Read more "Dangerous Black Woman: Shawntel Asemota White"