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Is it time for women to stand up and protect communities from violence?

For months, I have been imploring religious leaders–most of whom are men, of course–to do more to stop the violence that is permeating the black community.  Some are indeed doing more than their share.  Others, however, seem more concerned with who has the most prestigious congregations and biggest churches.  Others still feel that addressing crime is not their responsibility.

So if the church won’t unite and leverage it’s political and spiritual — not to mention its “manpower,” then maybe it’s time for women of God to stand up and do it.

Truth be told, women have been the back bone of every significant movement.  They have been the organizers, strategists, encouragers, visionaries, cooks, nurturers and everything in between.

That’s why I was so excited to learn about a group of women here in Chicago that are picking up the mantle.  They are women of God who call themselves the “Deborahs.”  They’re whole mission is to be led by the spirit to improve the African American community and the world.  They patrol the streets, they clean the streets, they look after the elderly, they offer mentoring and much more.  Take a look at these fearless sisters in action:

A fearless Deborah

The Deborahs during a midnight prayer march

Deborahs taking over a street corner

Deborahs organizing

Deborah Security Team

The Power of Krill

Celebrity Fitness Trainer John Hall

Do you take fish oil supplements?  If so, let me recommend something far more powerful and beneficial.  It’s a Krill oil supplement called EFA Icon. For years I suffered with horrible symptoms associated with premenstrual syndrome.  It would get so bad with out-of-control hormones and emotion that I even had moments where suicidal thoughts permeated my mind.  I’ve also talked frequently about my struggles with Endometriosis, a chronic condition that can cause extremely painful periods, uterine scar tissue and sometimes it can lead to infertility.  Shortly after having my son, all these symptoms went away.  But it didn’t take long for the problems to creep back.

Last year I started taking a supplement recommended by my trainer, called EFA Icon which is basically a  Krill oil supplement.  It is unbelievable how my health has dramatically improved.  No more debilitating cramps that would literally knock me off my feet for a 1/2 a day or more.  No more severe mood swings and none of the other chronic problems associated with my “womanhood.”  I’ve also read that Krill has a host of other benefits including

~ Better concentration and memory.

~ Controlling blood sugar levels.
~ Aids in keeping joints healthy.
~ Decreases the signs of aging.
~ Promotes brain and nervous system health, function, and development.
~ Increased cell membrane protection.
~ Promotes liver health.
~ Gives relief for premenstrual  symptoms.
~ Boosts the immune system.
~ Aids mood disorders
~ Encourages healthy skin and reduces skin damage.

Also, if you are currently taking fish oil supplements, you may be experiencing “fishy” belches and aftertaste. Due to the quicker absorption of krill oil, you do not get any of that.

I thank GOD my trainer John Hall suggested I take Krill.  I feel better today than I did at 25 and the Krill has played a major role in it.  To try it for yourself, click here.

(****Because Krill comes from a shell fish, you should avoid it if you have shell fish related alergies****)

Maia Campbell: a metaphor for what’s happening to far too many black women?

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Maia Campbell

Maia Campbell in a second videotape acting bizarre (video)

For the second time in nearly a year, former TV star  Maia Campbell, daughter of late novelist  Bebe Moore Campbell, has surfaced in an online video in which she appears incoherent and out of control. [Scroll down to view.]

This time, the  Takoma Park native was taped babbling nonsensical phrases to someone inside of a house, and later to anyone within earshot while pacing up and down a Los Angeles street.

Last September,  she was caught on tape by an LA rapper who claimed she asked for crack cocaine in lieu of payment for appearing in his music video. [Scroll down to view.] In both recordings, she is disheveled and not making any sense with her speech.

In the media frenzy surrounding Campbell’s first tape, at least one blogger denied claims that her behavior was drug induced. Columnist  Robin Caldwell of  blackweb2.0 said she suffers from schizophrenia, a mental disorder that makes it difficult to distinguish between real and unreal experiences.

But, the  Santa Monica Daily Press reported last month that when police pulled over Campbell for erratic driving, a search of her vehicle turned up one vial of cocaine. She was later charged with possession of a controlled substance, driving under the influence, driving without a license and a probation violation.

Campbell’s mother, who died in November 2006 and was a New York Times best-selling author, spoke regularly about mental health issues and was the co-founder and national spokesperson of NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Urban Los Angeles.

Campbell, 33, starred opposite  LL Cool J in the sitcom “In the House,” which aired on NBC, and later UPN, from 1995 through 1999.

The videos below are  NSFW.

…And Examiner.com blogger Gregory Roberts added this:

Campbell, who is best known for playing the role of Tiffany Warren on the 90s sitcom  In the House, hadreportedly been in recovery for several months and had even begun releasing new hip hop and R amp;B singles earlier this year via her MySpace Music account.

Listen to Maia Campbell’s music here

This is the  second time video Maia Campbell’s apparent drug use has been uploaded on to YouTube.   In 2009,  video of Maia Campbell surfaced featuring her semi-conscious in a car after an apparent crack binge.

Maia Campbell lives in Los Angeles, California.


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