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January|February 20XX+1

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Ode to Atlanta

The Black Mecca.  Home to so many of our favorite artists, foodies and influencers.  From CeeLo Green to the Razor Chic, check out what they had to say about the A in this issue!

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Divine 9 Tribute

The Divine 9 is as deeply rooted in our culture as HBCUs and Black History month itself. Read about the experiences of current members of the D9 Family in this issue.

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Black Love

A celebration of the cultivation of healthy relationships stemming from friendships, business endeavors and more. This is our tribute to #BlackLove

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Life Makes No Exemptions

A Mental Health Counselor's Transparency About Life

Most of you know that life mishaps do not care about what your title or credentials are. Everyone goes through something that sends them to the verge of almost giving up. However, the beautiful thing about difficulties in life is that it has the power to either destroy you or evolve you; And, you get to CHOOSE. In the first issue of the Year 2021, I thought it would be a humbling experience to let you all know a little bit about the person who writes about mental health. My name is Marie and I am 35 years old. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate in the State of Colorado. The things I have written about are things that I apply to myself and am familiar with.