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The Black secular social gadfly your mother warned you about!

Philosopher Bertrand Russell once wisely said: “In all affairs it’s a healthy thing now and then to hang a question mark on the things you have long taken for granted.” Sincere Kirabo’s blog Notes From An Apostate is a platform that engages in social critiques many are uncomfortable with or unaccustomed to inspecting. There are…

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“Gina on the Block” : Bringing web geekery to the practice of law

Some people have heard of “bitcoin,” an alternative virtual currency that people collected by “mining” answers to a really hard question. Bitcoins were used as a reward for lending massive amounts of computing power, sort of like SETI used distributed computers to look for aliens in the early days, allowing use of networked computers with…

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#GrillPork Food Blogging Contest Winners

We had some amazing submissions in the National Pork Board’s  #GrillPork Food Blogging Contest. We are happy to announce the following winners! All winners should email info@BlackBloggersConnect.com with full names and mailing address. 1st Place Winners: Cash Prize $500 Rekaya Gibson 
http://thefoodtemptress.blogspot.com/2015/06/tropical-pork-kabobs-grillpork.html#.VY33DdyFsdt Tara Powell aka Miss P. http://missp.tv/time-to-grillpork-healthy-grilled-chops-with-honey-mustard-glaze/ Rica Elysee http://www.bosnaturals.com/haitian-pork-chops   2nd Place Winners:…

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New Member Spotlight: Patrice “Lyrical Passion” Rivers

Patrice “Lyrical Passion” Rivers started her writing career at an early age of nine.  With her vivid imagination, she started writing short fiction stories, then as years passed, her love for poetry took a full effect at the age of fifteen.  Writing has always been a part of Lyrical Passion and believed that it was…

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Lester Holmes, Founder Of Pull Magazine, Joins Black Bloggers Connect

PULLMag.com was started in July 2010 by a group of journalists, bloggers and establishment critics who wanted to do something different in reporting and analyzing news and current events. From their beginnings as a blog, they have grown to the point where they publish a monthly print publication, PULL Magazine. They have successfully printed two…

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Cherina Jones And Monica Scott Launch Website To Fight Mental Illness Stigma In The Black Community

Black Bloggers Connect member Cherina Jones and her friend Monica Scott launched Psyched-Up.org. The website focuses on “fighting mental illness stigma in the Black community.” Cherina states, “The website was a response to the lack of online resources and real-life support within the Black community for those of us battling mental illness.  I don’t have…

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Maurice Lindsay Nominated For Best Faith-Based Blog

  Black Bloggers Connect member Maurice Lindsay has been nominated for the Best Faith-Based blog in the Black Weblog Awards. MauriceLindsay.com focuses on personal development for Christians and highlights many inspiring life lessons. Vote for Maurice Lindsay here.

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A Daddy Blogger Reviews The Niche Parent Social Media Conference

The Niche Parent conference displayed the growing intellectual influence and cultural diversity that has embraced not only the skill sets of Blogging, but the dynamic ability to create content that is read, interactively engaging and blending multimedia elements in the blending of various technologies. “People of Color and People of Culture must get involved in creating digital…

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“Why I Became A Blogger” Twitter Chat, Wednesday August 21st

Black Bloggers Connect is hosting the “Why I Became A Blogger” Twitter Chat on Wednesday August 21, 2013. From 7pm-8pm EST, the Twitter Chat will focus on the key issues surrounding the blogosphere. Join in on the fun using hashtag #BBCBloggers. To learn more about Black Bloggers Connect or to become a sponsor email info@BlackBloggersConnect.com

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How To Become A Professional Blogger

Yes, you can do this full time. Blogging can really be your job if you’re smart and work at it hard enough. In this interview, Kimberly Gauthier of KeepTheTailWagging.Com and AdventuresInBlogging.Net shares her professional blogging journey. Learn how websites like Pinterest, LinkedIn and Fiverr can help you on your journey to becoming a professional blogger.

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