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This event was in partnership with CBS Television and local CBS affiliates. Sheryl Underwood, co-host of THE TALK on CBS television; Founder and CEO, Pack Rat Foundation For Education and 23rd International President, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., was the host the event. “Sisters In Service” is one way that Pack Rat Foundation For Education, Inc. shines the light on sororities ​​for their commitment to community service and to making communities better. Author Veronica Loving Attends SISTERS IN SERVICE Hosted by Sheryl Underwood (photo credit: Strictly Industry)   Veronica Loving, author of “Feeding A Monster” attended Sisters In Services hosted…

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AMPS: What inspired you to be a director? Terence Nance: It was probably indirect inspiration from my parents. My mother is an actress and my dad is a photographer so you mix them up and get me. AMPS: What was your first camera? TN: My dad got it for me for Christmas. It was a Vivitar point and shoot. AMPS: Did you originally want to direct music videos first or films? TN: Neither. I didn’t really know what a director was until after I had started making Oversimplification. I started doing music videos to practice and also thinking I could…

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Real Talk Live with Dee and Dr.Lisa Real Talk: Our Journey and Celebrating Love An Introduction Letter by Dee Derrick and Dr. L.A. Matthews We sincerely thank A.M.P.S Magazine Atlanta for allowing us to share our story with its readers by serving as contributing authors. We hope you find our column and the content useful for your life. We will take this time to introduce ourselves and provide an overview of our story and backgrounds. We also want you to be become better informed about our book entitled “Real Talk: Candid Conversations with Black Men about Black Women” that capture…

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Where are you from? Paul Lamar Hunter was born on October 16, 1970. He was born in Racine, Wisconsin. He is the child of James Senior and Louise Hunter. He is the 19th child out of 21 natural children. What was your childhood like? Growing up, our household was one of poverty, neglect and total dysfunction. Our mom neglected us while she spent more time at the homeless shelter that she established, than at our home. She instructed older siblings to watch the younger ones while she would do the Lord’s will-taking care of the homeless. Do you have any…

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