1st Annual Cherry Mae Reynolds Christmas Hope


For  the past few months I have spoken to my mother in regards to creating a Caribbean themed event in Atlanta where the proceeds go to an Aids organization.  After a long debate, we  have decided to purchase Christmas gifts for the kids of the infectious disease unit of Grady Hospital. She was even going to come down and help work the event. We even decided to have her prepare rum cakes to put inside of the VIP gift boxes the day before she passed….

So my family decided to instead of asking people to send flowers for the funeral, we are requesting for people to donate money towards purchasing presents for the  hospital. Since she passed November 10, 2015 during the holidays, we have decided to pick a different county hospital in different cities and do the same thing every year.

The 1st annual Cherry May Reynolds Christmas Hope fund was a success! We raised 725 in total allowing us to purchase gifts for 41 children ages 3-17.

We shopped at several different stores but we started off at Care Mart. For every hundred dollars spent in this store provided cared for a family of 4 including their utilities. We were able to provide for 8 people on our first run shopping!



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We purchased 41 gifts for the children ages 3-17.



Dropping off gifts to the social workers of the Infectious Disease Clinic of Grady Hospital!



His Final Deal by Theresa A. Campbell


Raymond Brown, popularly known as Smooth Suave, is one of Jamaica’s biggest drugs lords. With eight children by six baby mommas and counting, he’s a player for life. A true baller, he lavishes in his wealth. He’s a shot caller with “soldiers” wheeling and dealing all over Jamaica. It’s Suave’s world, and everyone else just lives in it . . . or so he thinks.

However, his nemesis, King Kong, sees it differently. Rivals since childhood, King Kong is hell-bent on destroying Suave at any cost. As the war over power, drugs, and money intensifies—from Wilton Gardens (Rema) to Arnett Gardens (Jungle)—bodies are dropping like flies, washing the island of paradise in blood.

But it is the murder and kidnapping of two of Suave’s loved ones that bring him to his knees. Being framed for murder, hunted by the cops, pursued by his enemies, betrayed by friends, tormented by a horrid secret, and fighting to protect his family and empire, Suave is nearing his breaking point. Yet, he isn’t going down without a fight.

Voilà! Suave makes a deal to eradicate his enemies—but if it backfires, it could very well cause him his own life. Then God counteroffers Suave’s deal with His own—one that will undoubtedly give Suave the victory he needs but requires him to give up his drug empire and turn his life over to the Lord. With his motto being, “I don’t do God,” will Suave accept God’s deal or take the risk of his own deal?

About the author:

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Theresa A. Campbell is the author of the captivating novels, “Are You There, God?” and “God Has Spoken.” She was born and raised in Jamaica West Indies. She received her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Baruch College, and a master’s degree in business administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

Theresa has had a deep passion for reading since she was a child. It is her desire to inspire readers by writing stories from the heart to uplift their faith in God.

Theresa would love to hear from her readers. You may contact her at:

Meet Bruce George, Founder of the “Genius is Common” Movement & Co-Founder of Russell Simmons’ Def Poetry Jam on HBO

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Bruce is a visionary, entrepreneur, speaker, author, panelist, executive producer, writer, poet, consultant and social activist. He was born and raised in New York City. He has written poetry/prose & articles for over 37 years. His work has been published in major magazines, anthologies, and literary publications. He has written testimonials from the likes of Essence Magazine, Emerge Magazine, Class Magazine, Harlem River Press etc…

Bruce has won multiple poetry & talent contests. He has won several awards such as a “Peabody Award” for “Russell Simmons Presents, Def Poetry (HBO)”, a “Miky Award” for “Russell Simmons Presents, Def Poetry Jam (HBO)”, an “Upscale Showcase Award”, a “Trail Blazer Award” etc… for his outstanding vision, production, writing and performance.

Bruce is the Co Founder of the critically acclaimed award winning “Russel Simmon’s Def Poetry Jam.”  He’s also the Founder/Managing Editor of “The Bandana Republic, an Anthology of Poetry & Prose by Gang Members & Their Affiliates.”

As an activist Bruce has been and currently is associated with major grassroots organizations that fosters and uplifts people in struggle. Bruce conducts creative writing/performance poetry workshops for colleges and universities/organizations nationally and internationally, and he’s an Executive Consultant for multiple organizations.

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What is Genius is Common?

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This is a call of empowerment. Today be inspired, be empowered and do the same for others. Proudly, wear your declaration of humankind’s divine manifestation. Share Your Genius on the page…

 “Genius is Common” means that all beings have a genius in them.

Genius manifests itself through each being’s own unique way of expressing their passion, be it their profession, their art, their talent.

An example can be a woman from the inner city who knows how to micro braid hair like Picasso painted; her skill, her talent is her genius.

Positioned to become a part of the American lexicon, like Nike’s “Just Do It” and Sprite’s “Obey your thirst,” “Genius is Common,” in just a few words, empowers by leveling the playing field of who and what is traditionally thought to be a genius.

Bruce George Author, Activist, Co-Founder, Def Poetry Jam

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Controversial New Series Hits The Web


Six millennials experience the struggles of life and love in NYC.

Already reaching over 20,000 channel views, the new web series, Tough Love, has tons of people talking after publishing three nearly half-hour episodes. Not only are viewers captivated by the storyline, but they’re also enthralled by the music, the dynamic shots of New York City, and the extremely relatable characters.
In just a month after the release of it’s first episode,Tough Love has reached over 1,700 subscribers on it’s Youtube channel, over 7,000 followers on it’s official Instagram account, over 8,000 followers on it’s Instagram fan page, over 1,000 likes on Facebook, and hundreds of comments and shares from viewers who are ready to see more.

Tough Love airs every other Tuesday on Youtube at 9:30 pm EST. The next episode is December 22nd, 2015. #ToughLoveTuesdays. Click here to access Episodes 1-3.

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You can find out more about the show on our website: http://toughloveseries.com

Instagram: @thetoughloveseries

Twitter: @toughloveonline