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First Look: Michelle Obama’s New Book, “American Grown,” Plus Her Notes On Being A Mom

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Post image for First Look: Michelle Obama’s New Book, “American Grown,” Plus Her Notes On Being A MomFirst Lady, First Mom and First Fly Girl Michelle Obama is about to be a first-time author—and MyBrownBaby has your first look at her new book!

American Grown: How the White House Kitchen Garden Inspires Families, Schools, and Communities, tells the story of the edible White House kitchen garden Michelle planted on the South Lawn—a project she says was inspired by her daughters, Sasha and Malia, and her family’s desire to change its eating habits. Through telling the story of the garden, Michelle, a passionate advocate for healthful eating and exercise and the creator of the landmark Let’s Move campaign to fight childhood obesity, explores how increased access to healthy, affordable food can promote better eating habits and improve health of families and communities across America. American Grown also includes recipes and gives tips and resources for how to create community, school and urban gardens, support local farmers’ markets and make small lifestyle changes to achieve big health results.

American Grown will be issued in both digital and print editions; the print edition will be a gorgeously illustrated, four-color hardcover that includes pictures of the White House garden and Mrs. Obama throughout the seasons, as well as other community and school gardens from around the country. American Grown goes on sale nationwide on April 10, 2012 from Crown Publishers. Read more…

Maysa ft. Dwele – Flower Girl

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Layne Harper-Beyond Category (Trailer)

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Occupy Wall Street: A Movement on the Move

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http://seekwisdomfindwealth.blogspot.com/2011/10/occupy-wall-street-movement-on-move.html

by Patrice C. Washington

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If you thought Occupy Wall Street (OWS) was just a fly by night initiative, think again.  What began September 17, 2011 as a series of minimally publicized demonstrations in the financial district of New York City has blossomed into a full blown movement which has not only swept the United States, but crossed into international terrain, as well.
The participants’ slogan “We are the 99%” refers to the vast difference in wealth between the top 1% and the rest of the population in the United States and abroad. The main purpose of the protest is to bring awareness to social and economic inequality, corporate greed, and the power and influence of corporations, particularly from the financial service sector, and of lobbyists, over government.  In just over one month,  demonstrations modeling themselves after the “Occupy” protest brand have expanded into 70 major cities and over 600 communities in the U.S. and over 900 cities worldwide including Sydney, Hong Kong, Taipei, Tokyo, Paris, Madrid, Berlin, Hamburg, and many others.

HERB McGRUFF FEAT. PROFIT & BENEFIT “HUSTLERS CODE”

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Categories: Music, The Industry Cosign

Dana Says – Tana Says “Titles in relationships”Ep. 4 pt. 1

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Music World Gospel Releases BET’s Sunday Best Season 4 Winner Amber Bullock’s Debut CD Project on December 6…Bullock Joins Kirk Franklin on Fearless Tour in November

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Image Hosted by ImageShack.usMathew Knowles and Music World Gospel announce the release of BET’s Sunday Best Season 4 Winner Amber Bullock’s debut CD project, Thank You, in stores December 6. In addition, Music World Artist Management and Bruce Bean of JoBe Management Team have entered into a worldwide Co-Management Agreement with Bullock.

Bullock joins Kirk Franklin’s Fearless Tour as special guest artist, along with Isaac Carree, Deon Kipping and Jason Nelson. The tour starts on Thursday, November 3, at the Mabee Center in Tulsa, OK (see tour dates below). Bullock will perform a 15 minute set and join Franklin as one of his featured vocalists.

Thank You features new studio recordings of jazz infused and neo-soul inspired interpretations of some of Bullock’s most memorable songs performed on Sunday Best. The EP is produced by Eric Dawkins for E Flat Entertainment. The first single, Walter Hawkins’ “Thank You Lord,” will impact gospel radio in early November. Other songs on the EP include Kurt Carr’s “For Every Mountain;” J. Moss’ “We Must Praise,” Asaph A. Ward and Dorinda Clark Cole’s “If It Had Not Been For the Lord,” Chris Tomlin’s “How Great Is Our God, the Negro spiritual, “A City Called Heaven,” and Richard Smallwood’s “Secret Place,” the song she performed during the finale of season 4. Read more…

Fat Joe Speaks On His Massive Weight Loss

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HOT ROD ft 50 CENT – HOT GIRL -REMIX

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T-Pain feat. Detail – “Nothin”

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MauriceGarland.com x B.o.B Interview For UNN

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Nefew & 7 Inch – Over Here

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EXCLUSIVE: The New Herman Cain Ad (Parody)

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Jean Grae: Inside The Mind Of A Jenius Pt. 1

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Wale feat. Big Sean- Slight Work

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Beyoncé – Party ft. J. Cole

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Lloyd Banks | Make It Stack

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Nina B Featuring Skyzoo -Picture This

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