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  • Dear Brown Girl…

    Dear Brown Girl Be courageous, brave, and willing to blossom into all that you are purposed to become. You are not average, you are amazing. Let your confidence be in knowing that you were created with the most beautiful thoughts in mind. You are not angry, you are passionate. Let your beautiful soul define who you […]

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  • 15 Things I Would Tell My Younger Self

    With age comes wisdom, and with wisdom sometimes we cannot help but look back at choices we have made and either decide to do better or repeat the same actions. I can’t help but think of all the advice I would give my younger self advice with the hopes that perhaps a young beautiful soul somewhere […]

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  • Celibate & Single: Why This Lifestyle Works For Me

    You have either experienced the woes and/ or the wonders of dating AND mating. Mating, as in having relationships that have involved a physical relationship and in some cases void of a physical relationship. There are are beliefs and practices that some follow in the field of dating. Celibacy is one practice and approach that people […]

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  • 4 Virtual Communities You Need In Your Life

    4 Online Communities That I Completely Love! There are hundreds, thousands, and of course millions of online resources, blogs, websites, and virtual communities at our fingertips. Digitized and ‘plugged in’ is how many people live a huge portion of their daily lives. VIRTUAL & ONLINE. Like so many others, much of my business and writing […]

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  • Liberation Music: Mali Music

    Have you heard of Mali Music? If not, perhaps you have heard his most recent song, “Beautiful”. Pretty powerful song with a lot of substance. Mali Music is widely known in the gospel community for his past home run album, “Second Coming”. Those who may not have known him was the rest of the world. […]

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  • Kara Stevens, The Frugal Feminista, Dishes on Debt and Financial Freedom

    Meet Kara Stevens a.k.a., The Frugal Feminista! Kara is a powerhouse, financial empowerment mentor and a leader in the movement to help women learn that money is a tool to be used to fund the lives of their dreams and that financial freedom is in their power.“Kara is a life coach, motivational speaker, author, and […]

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  • Get Liberated: Letting That Loser Go

    It sounds rude, but by definition a loser is a gambler who loses a bet. There are too many losing gamblers among us. What do I mean? Too many people and situations that gamble with real life and often that includes the mishandling of people. In my book, those who mis-handle folks are losers. Hey […]

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  • July Heats Up – Brown Around Town

    Check out events happening this weekend & later this month in & around Baltimore! Don’t miss out!  WANT TO SHARE YOUR EVENT? Send a JPEG image of the event flier to cassandra@thecassiebrownproject.com  & I’ll be sure to feature your event! #brownaroundtown #Baltimore #DMV  #DC #culture #brownaroundtownROCKS!  #getOUT&GO -Cass                     Every Friday …..  […]

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  • The Summer Survival — Dating & Mating

    When I first started this blog, I had EVERY intention on discussing relationships, and the “plight” of the single black woman, blah blah blah… I am so glad it has evolved into something so much more— celebrating our beautiful liberated lives! However, let’s be clear–I’m ALWAYS here for real talk about relationships since of course […]

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  • Get Liberated: 7 Ways To Sabotage Self Doubt

    “Doubt is a sign that the enemy is getting desperate. He’s trying to make you miss the blessing that heaven is sending.” -Marshawn Evans, Godfidence.com Yup that’s right! It’s time to SABOTAGE self-doubt before it tries to sabotage YOU! I recently, had a near self sab moment. Doubt set in, during the most inopportune moment. […]

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  • 2014 Baltimore African American Festival Recap #BmoreAAF

    The 2014 Baltimore African American Festival took place this past weekend on June 21-22, 2014. Presented by Black Enterprise, the annual festival is hosted by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and The City of Baltimore, and produced by greiBO Entertainment. #BmoreAAF. This year’s festival was a ball of fun, with a side of empowerment and so much […]

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  • Love + Divine Purpose = The Winslow Dynasty

    June is heating up and Black Music Month is coming to a close. However, Baltimore saw its fair share of musicians carrying on the legacy of so many who paved the way in the industry for the generation of today. The Winslow Dynasty is a group that is definitely creating their own path as independent […]

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  • The Open Book Foundation: Serving Up Literacy to Young Scholars

    On June 7, 2014 I had an opportunity to participate in The Charlotte First Book 5K run to benefit The Open Book Foundation and other non profit community organizations.                                                     […]

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  • Do We Expect Perfection From [Black] Men?

    This past weekend many of us recognize the men in our families and life. Father’s Day for many is a time of celebration of their dads, husbands, and the special men in their lives who are father and father figures. In my book it is honestly a time where I think men should be celebrated, […]

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  • 7 Reasons I Love, Respect & Honor My Imperfect Dad

    My friend Iesah Hunter (@iloveiesah) shares a heart felt piece on how much she loves & respects her dad and speaks of her appreciation for men and their vital role to their children. The role of men is so extremely important to our families. While too often there is focus on their lack, not often […]

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