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The mission of Redeemed World Magazine is to provide news, views and information from an urban progressive perspective and to promote universal literacy within urban communities.

How This Haitian-American Social Entrepreneur Turned Mourning Into Motivation

By Kandia Johnson In case you didn’t know, the Centers for Disease Control reports African Americans are the racial/ethnic group most affected by HIV in the United States. So in honor of World HIV Day, we caught up with Yanatha Desouvre, a man on a mission to continue the legacy …read more

By Jeffrey McKinney With the coldest season of the year drawing near, AAA expects to rescue more than 7 million American drivers this winter. The nation’s largest motorist and leisure travel club projects that most of the problems will come from people facing dead battery, lock, and tire-related issues. (Image: iStock/Kurhan) …read more

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Redeemed World Magazine had an opportunity to catch up with San Fransisco bay area author and spoken word artist Joy Elan for a little Q & A about her passion and perspective.  RWM: Summarize Joy if possible from a moment in time that ignited what has become your passion for writing and the spoken word? JE: I […]

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Earlier November 2017 the Safe Return Project of Richmond, California kicked off a series of community spreads bringing together community members, leaders, resources and shared information. With the purpose of educating empowering and organizing community. However this wasn’t your come in, be seated and listen to what we have to tell you breakout session. This […]

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By Selena Hill Independent music artist and entrepreneur Taylor Bennett is partnering with Urban Outfitters to give back to homeless youth this holiday season. The 21-year-old Chicago native, who happens to be the younger brother of hip-hop star …read more  

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By Alisa Gumbs Ida Keeling’s life story is rife with motivation. The 102-year-old began working at age 12 to help provide for her immigrant family, lived through the Great Depression and the civil rights movement, raised four children as a single mother, and then set world records as a runner—in her 90s. …read more

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In 1965, a white sociologist working in the LBJ administration, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, authored an unsigned internal government report that sought to engender action on behalf of the African American community to mitigate the virulent racism long at work. I read it last week, for the first time in at least 10 years. The paper […]

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By Karima Mariama-Arthur, Esq. Psychologist Dr. Samantha Madhosingh is the founder and CEO of ElevateHER, an organization serving women leaders by providing key strategies to rewire their brains, achieve mindset mastery, maximize communication and relationships, and ultimately create a legacy of lasting wealth. …read more

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By nursealice What just happened to #WendyWilliams? This wasn’t planned! OMG! pic.twitter.com/Pi7TKs0mBv — O Girl Media (@OGirlMedia) October 31, 2017 Who was watching Wendy Williams on Halloween and gasped when she took a tumble? …read more

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By Alisa Gumbs First, there was Gwyneth Paltrow and Goop, her infamous lifestyle site. Other actresses got in on the lifestyle brands, such as Reese Witherspoon with Draper James and Blake Lively with Preserve. But now a number of black celebrities are showing up as lifestyle experts in their own right. Laila Ali, …read more

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