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Today is National Wear Red Day.  The American Heart Association sponsors the annual event to raise awareness about the fight against heart disease in women. …

  Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight have an extraordinary story to tell if and when they decide to tell it. But in the meantime, the  women who could not make decisions for themselves durnig their lengthy abduction are getting extraordinary help making important decisions and protecting their privacy. A team of media consultants and attorneys […]

EEW MAGAZINE:: POLITICS Earlier this year, First Lady Michelle Obama sat down for a chat with Cory “CoCo Brother” Condrey, host of BET’s Lift Every Voice during the second anniversary celebration of Let’s Move!, her nationwide campaign to end childhood obesity. Now, with just 5 days to go before Election Day, Mrs. O is headed back to BET […]

The First Lady Michelle Obama called into the Tom Joyner Morning Show of WZAK CLEVELAND.com and spoke to the crew about the critical importance of the upcoming mid-term elections and the first lady's intuitive on health, fitness and nutrition.

The First Lady Michelle Obama called into the Tom Joyner Morning Show of WZAK CLEVELAND.com and spoke to the crew about the critical importance of the upcoming mid-term elections and the first lady's intuitive on health, fitness and nutrition.

titled “Michelle O.” was painted by New York-based Mickalene Thomas, who is also African-American and is part of the “Americans Now” exhibition at the Smithsonian. Thomas is the first artist to paint an individual portrait of the country’s first African-American First Lady. The exhibition features portraits of famous names in business, government and the arts. […]

Wayne State University’s Tom Adams Field was packed Wednesday morning to hear first lady’s speech on mentoring and the future of Detroit: the youth. Obama pushed those in the audience, including more then 5,000 Detroit Public Schools students, to focus on their studies and make a difference in their lives. She used her life and that of her husband, President Barack Obama, as examples of how students can rise from modest upbringings to the highest office in the land.

Wayne State University’s Tom Adams Field was packed Wednesday morning to hear first lady’s speech on mentoring and the future of Detroit: the youth. Obama pushed those in the audience, including more then 5,000 Detroit Public Schools students, to focus on their studies and make a difference in their lives. She used her life and that of her husband, President Barack Obama, as examples of how students can rise from modest upbringings to the highest office in the land.