Daily Dose

#CrisisProvesCharacter: Did crisis spring you into action? My former Pastor Apostle Marshall Davis use to say, that “God will not give you a vision to move on his word without providing provision.” Well, I have this friend who has a heart of gold and a

#CrisisProvesCharacter: Has crisis become your cross? Generally, people hear about the tragedy of others and the thought or feeling probably never becomes, their pain is my pain. However, over the past 6 years, we have witnessed courageous individuals assuming ownership to continue making

#CrisisProvesCharacter: Did crisis forward your mission? Some people are just wired to always be forward-thinking and solution-focused. Founder and Chief Solutionist, Christyn Freemon of Project Forward is no exception. “My voice has gotten louder around my personal and professional boundaries.” The COVID-19 pandemic not only provided her

#CrisisProvesCharacter: Did crisis fine-tune your hearing? In the era of social media, there are plenty of influencers, thought-leaders, and inspirational speakers you could follow that offer up some pearls of wisdom, wit, and humor for you to grow on. Alfred A. Edmond Jr., is

#CrisisProvesCharacter:  What block is your crisis on? If you live in Chicago, you’ve probably seen somebody rocking a hoodie or t-shirt My Block, My Hood, My City with those iconic Chicago flag red stars but hell, you might have had a sighting while traveling abroad

#CrisisProvesCharacter: Why should you be absolved from crisis? The month of May was pretty rough for me and I’m sure there are millions of African Americans that would share my sediments. I’ve been struggling to find the right words to continue this series.

#CrisisProvesCharacter: Did your calling prepare you for this crisis? In 2012, I was nominated to join a group called the Young Elected Officials Network (YEO). They were only two requirements to become a member, 1) elected to public office and 2) be under the age

#CrisisProvesCharacter: Did crisis enR.A.G.E. you into action? (DAY 16/30) ——- Most people witnessing their community being demolished house by house, block by block would probably have decided it was time to move. Political corruption, poverty, and gentrification nearly decimated the Englewood black community

#CrisisProvesCharacter: What season is your crisis? (DAY 15/30) —– Over the Memorial Day holiday weekend, I was able to listen to the Inspirational Perspective radio show hosted by Linal Harris on WVON 1690AM – The Talk of Chicago. During this COVID-19 pandemic season, we’re in, his

#CrisisProvesCharacter: Did crisis test your agility? (DAY 14/30) ——-The COVID-19 pandemic has done a number on everyone’s quality of life and no one has been immune from its devastation. Change can come abruptly and depending on the perspective determines whether that can be

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