Stormi Texas

Stormi Texas

Stormi Texas is a GMO staff writer.

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Black & Sexy TV: The New Black Entertainment

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 08 July 2013 02:24

YouTube use to be the site where you would post silly video of yourself or having fun with your friends. Today, millions of people upload videos on YouTube, making their own channel. By uploading your videos to YouTube, you are setting up your own platform for people to see your work. You also have a chance to become partners with YouTube. Once you become a partner, you will be able to make money and have sponsors for your videos.

The Latest on the State of Violence in Chicago

Published in News
Tuesday, 06 November 2012 00:52

Many people love living in Chicago. We have the best pizza beside New York City. We cannot forget about the great musicians from Chicago: Common, Kanye West, Syleena Johnson and Lupe Fiasco. Despite the many things the city can take pride in, some possess a sense a fear about Chicago with the increase in violence. Watching the nightly news in Chicago has become depressing. The numbers continue to increase with no resolutions to the problem. In the eyes of many, our beloved Chicago has become one of the most dangerous places to visit.

Best- selling author Victoria Christopher Murray, is back with her seventeenth book Destiny’s Divas. Many readers are familiar with her other published books Sinner & Saints and The Deal, the Dance, and the Devil. Being a successful author, Victoria stays humble and thankful for her fans. Destiny’s Divas show’s readers not everything that shines is good for you.

What (or Who) is Missing in the Media?

Published in News
Sunday, 08 January 2012 22:59

Kalisha Madden, Raven Kimbrough, Jahessye Shockley and Mishell-Nicole Green are just a few of the African American women who have gone missing recently, and received no major media attention. Since their disappearance, their families have been begging and pleading, with their local newspapers and news stations, to run their missing person’s posters and photographs on television.

Meet Rising Author Diahann Carroll

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 07 November 2011 04:18

Today it’s had to find a good African American book to read. In most bookstores, the African American section doesn’t have the selection as far as quality or quantity, compared to other sections. The most popular topics you’ll find are fast girls trying to live the good life, drug dealers trying to be the next kingpin of their neighborhood or city, or crimes many people will commit trying to gain respect from people. Trying to break into the urban book industry can be a challenge.

We all have those times where we are constantly questioning our relationship with our boyfriend. Why won’t you talk to me? What did I do wrong? Can we please talk? Pick up the phone when I call! When you get no answer from him, you call your best friend. You know your friend, the one you always run to when you’re having relationship issues. Sometimes she will tell you the truth and other times she’ll sugar coat her words. By sugar coating, she’s not telling you the truth, only what you want to hear.

A Closer Look at African American Churches

Published in Lifestyle
Monday, 12 September 2011 23:50

Church plays a big part in the African American community. When you are a child, your parents take you to church every Sunday and Bible study on Wednesday nights. Church has always been the place to bring people together.

Dark vs. Light: Does Skin Tone Still Matter?

Published in Lifestyle
Sunday, 08 May 2011 10:28

For as long as I can remember, there has always at least one conflict within the African American community: skin tone. As much as we may not want to admit it, this conflict still exists.  What’s even more disturbing is that some people find joy in entertaining this hate, by having dark-skinned vs. light-skinned parties. The worst part is that many African American women attend these “parties.

Education: Schools Cutting Programs for the Budget

Published in News
Wednesday, 09 March 2011 18:23

Each year, millions of schools get budget cuts. Some schools have to let some teachers go and drop after school programs. Many parents find themselves fighting with the school boards, trying to keep their children’s school open. If some schools are failing with grades and test scores, many school officials will say the school needs to make some changes or close the school down. Chicago, New York, Texas and Los Angeles are the popular city that experience large budget cuts each year.

Commentary: Will Obama Serve Another Term?

Published in News
Wednesday, 09 March 2011 18:22

The 2008 presidential election will always be known as a historical election. I remember the day I was standing in Grant Park in Chicago, waiting to see who the next president of the United Stated would be.

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