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Laura Vitale, host of “Simply Laura” on the Cooking Channel and the interactive YouTube series, “Laura in the Kitchen” with 1.5 million plus followers, spiced up the conversation with Bonfire Impact about the relationship between Millennials and cooking. According to ConAgra Foods, their recent survey showed how most Millennials (60%) ...

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Racial Profiling: A Color Blind Future?

At a young age, most of us were taught not to judge a book by its cover, yet we will walk down the street and make preconceived notions about a person before we get to learn who they are or what they stand for. Racial profiling has been an on-going problem in America that we [&hellip...

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By: Jessica Campisi After experiencing shortness of breath while tying his shoelaces or screwing in a light bulb, John Morthanos, age 53, decided to talk to his doctor. The doctor noticed a spot on his lungs and told Morthanos that he could be at risk for obesity, among other diagnoses. “I was diagnosed as obese, [&hellip...

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The Role Love Plays in Alzheimer’s Disease

By Emily Hughes Two specialists sat down with Bonfire Impact to discuss the role of unconditional love in caring for patients with Alzheimer’s. “I think your attitude is your greatest asset, and so you want to try to look at it in a positive way,” said Betsy Broyles Arnold, president and CEO of the Frank [&hellip...

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Hampton University and BET presented an early screening of BET’s newest mini-series “The Book of Negroes,” starring Aunjanue Ellis, Cuba Gooding, Jr., and Louis Gossett, Jr. on February 4. Leading actress Ellis answered questions in a panel discussion following the screening. “Our understanding of [Black] participation in the Revolutionary ...

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Racial Profiling: A Color Blind Future?

At a young age, most of us were taught not to judge a book by its cover, yet we will walk down the street and make preconceived notions about a person before we get to learn who they are or what they stand for. Racial
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Hampton University and BET presented an early screening of BET’s newest mini-series “The Book of Negroes,” starring Aunjanue Ellis, Cuba Gooding, Jr., and Louis Gossett, Jr. on February 4. Leading actress Ellis
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