Within the Black diaspora, a common adage prevails: “With every new level, new challenges arise.” We remain susceptible to these challenges, just like anyone else. While we may view confronting negative assumptions and debunking false narratives as time-consuming, there are instances where it becomes essential; this is particularly true when we anticipate obstacles that could […]
Update: A Summary of this Event will be posted soon. Click here to register: TheBlackRoundtable.com Please share with your network. Uniting Black Community Changemakers: Magnifying Our Impact on the Border COST: FREE. Lunch is available for purchase. Info below. We are excited to inform the El Paso Black community about an upcoming event to further […]
BEP Voice spoke briefly with one of El Paso’s Living Legends: Civil Rights Activist, Bishop Johnnie M. Washington. Bishop Washington is a civil rights activist, and El Paso Black trailblazer who is respected by so many in the El Paso community. She attended the Douglass School, served as President of the El Paso Branch of […]
Life, living, and how we choose to live life is based on principles. Principles are universal concepts and are absolute truths. Principles are linear progressions from one level to the next; are within each individual at birth; are measured by maturity; and have four relative elements (person, time, place, and space).