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He was a professor at one of the universities and she was a housewife.

She has also spoken for countless national organizations, such as The l Inks, Inc Jack and Jill, Inc.The National Association of Black Journalist, the NAACP, SCLC and all of the African-American Black Sororities and Fraternities nation-wide.Reading is the one thing that the pain of my life could never take away from me. And even today, living with AIDS, books continue to be the safest place for me.It’s the one thing that belongs to me that AIDS cannot take away from me.I don't quite remember when I fell in love with tea but I do remember the most special moments of me drinking tea.

I was eighteen years old and I went to live with my biological mother for four months.

I had just met her months earlier and it was awkward for both of us.

She and her ex-husband lived a very quiet life in Boulder, Colorado.

It’s me sharing a part of me with you that has nothing to do with AIDS. I have read hundreds of books from many different genres and I will pick the best of my reads over the years. We can make this book club as wonderful as we want to make it.

I warn you, it will not be exclusively white or black, male or female, fiction or non fiction, it will be all of them. Who says that Oprah has to have the only ownership to a wonderful book club? Her blog receives approximately 75,000 views monthly, with over a million views in just three years.

She has been feature in countless cities for HIV/AIDS service and prevention organizations across the country.