Cultural Issues

Making Riches Out of Rags: Meet Kejuana Sibley

Making Riches Out of Rags: Meet Kejuana Sibley

Hello Holistic Ebony readers! I’d like to take a moment to introduce you to a very good friend of mine, Ms. Kejuana Sibley.  One of the great things about Holistic Ebony and our readers is that a love of the Earth and all of her riches is encouraged and appreciated. Kejuana is one of those […]

From Awww To Awesome: How Mishaps Help You Achieve Your Goals

From Awww To Awesome: How Mishaps Help You Achieve Your Goals

I was watching one of my favorite shows the other night – America’s Next Top Model. Yes, I know TV can be a mind-numbing activity but it can also inspire, teach, and inform. Which in this case– inspire. To illustrate my point, the person who won came from extreme poverty, had one deceased parent and […]

Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Stay Safe, Stay Well

Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Stay Safe, Stay Well

Warning: This post contains descriptions of abuse and may be triggering to some. At Holistic Ebony we focus on the whole health of women everywhere. October is domestic violence awareness month and we wanted to shed light on a few prevention and coping methods that you can use or share with others. If you are […]

Memes, Meaning, and the Mind

Memes, Meaning, and the Mind

No it’s not. Well, physiologically speaking it is. Our bodies respond faster to the foods we eat than it does to physical activity (i.e. food poisoning, nutritional deficiencies, etc…). While BOTH healthy eating and physical activity are essential to wellness, our health is 100% influenced by the mind. Our wellness goals are accomplished in the mind […]

5 Interesting Alternatives to The Affordable Healthcare Act You Should Know About

5 Interesting Alternatives to The Affordable Healthcare Act You Should Know About

[Guest blogger, Jessica Socheski, discusses a few interesting alternatives to the Affordable Healthcare Act] When The Affordable Healthcare Act (also referred to as Obamacare) went into effect on the first of January this year, many people felt unsure about what their options are when it comes to finding health insurance. Are there any other options […]

30 Years of Genetically Engineered Crops and their Consequences on American Agriculture

30 Years of Genetically Engineered Crops and their Consequences on American Agriculture

[Berlin released] a new report presenting a critical assessment of the consequences of the commercial cultivation of genetically engineered plants in the US. The first genetically engineered plants were created 30 years ago in Europe and the US. Commercial growing in the USA began almost 20 years ago, but in the EU, acceptance of these […]

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