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KEIANNA NICOLE: Redefining The Strength of A Woman

KEIANNA NICOLE: Redefining The Strength of A Woman

KEIANNA NICOLE: Redefining The Strength of A Woman

The journey of a woman is compelling, painstaking, beautiful, and reflective of God’s master plan. However, the plight of a “black woman” far exceeds anything imaginable and requires “QUEEN” style grace to survive. Strength is mesmerizing, sexy, defiant, and masterful in most cases.

However, strength must be calculated and leveraged appropriately for optimal effectiveness. Affairs of the heart stir up a person’s most in-depth, passionate, and most vulnerable emotions.

Decoding a person’s heart condition and true intentions in the game of love is a fine line between euphoria and insanity. They say the “eyes are the windows to the soul,” so even when everything feels perfect, the imminent threat of uncertainty surrounds a person’s mind.

Keianna Nicole’s radiant energy allows her to create matchless words of empowerment and clarity in the world of “relationships.” Few people are born with an innate gift of human instinct. Keianna’s lyrical lessons of love provide women worldwide with a customized formula for success. A person’s heart is the most exposed and accessible human body part and requires 24/7 security. Her latest single “Where’s Your Heart” creates defined boundaries between reality and the unknown.

“Where’s Your Heart” details every Millennial woman’s pain, confusion, and hope in the quest for “true love.” “Where’s Your Heart” is a perfect “soundtrack” anthem for focused and goal-driven women in 2020. “Where’s Your Heart” sends a clear and uncompromising message to men everywhere in 2020.

Keianna Nicole stares into the mirror of love and only sees what God created. A well-founded and secure woman with a blueprint of destiny and heart of a champion. She is “Redefining The Strength of a Woman.”

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Naval officer turns out to be the first Black female tactical jet fighter pilot

Naval officer turns out to be the first Black female tactical jet fighter pilot

Naval officer turns out to be the first Black female tactical jet fighter pilot

Naval officer turns out to be the first Black female tactical jet fighter pilot

Lt. j.g. Madeline Swegle is scheduled to get her “Wings of Gold” on July 31.

U.S. Naval force Lieutenant J.G. Madeline Swegle is leaving a mark on the world in the part of the administration as its Black female tactical fighter jet pilot.

Swegle completed her undergraduate Tactical Air (Strike) pilot training syllabus on Tuesday (July 7). She is expected to receive her “Wings of Gold” during a ceremony on July 31.

Swegle will currently have the option to fly airplanes like the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet and the F-35C Joint Strike Fighter, the Navy Times reports.

The Burkes, Virginia local graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 2017. She is presently doled out to the Redhawks of Training Squadron 21 in Kingsville, Texas, directly outside Corpus Cristi, and is the place her “Wings of Gold” ceremony is relied upon to occur.

The naval force pilot has gotten high recognition and congrats from her kindred Navy friends as well as rapper Eve, Senator Kamala Harris, tennis legend Billie Jean King, and famed D.L. Hughley, among others.

Swegle follows the memorable strides of Lieutenant Commander Brenda Robinson, the primary Black female to move on from the Navy’s Aviation Officer Candidate School. Robinson earned her wings in 1980 at the Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi. She became the first Black woman certified for C-1A carrier onboard delivery carrier landings on USS America, one of three Kitty Hawk-class supercarriers built for the Navy. Robinson was also the Navy’s first Black female flight instructor and evaluator.

Swegle’s achievement additionally comes 45 years after the late Captain Rosemary B. Sailor turned into the first lady to get the “Wings of Gold” emblem in 1974. Mariner was also the first woman to command an operational naval aviation squadron during the Desert Storm Operation.

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African American male says he was refused assistance at Subway eatery

African American male says he was refused assistance at Subway eatery

African American male says he was refused assistance at Subway eatery

African American male says he was refused assistance at Subway eatery

“She said, ‘I don’t help your kind,’” Kevin Wheeler recalled of his experience at a Subway restaurant.

On Friday (July 10), Kevin Wheeler shared a video to Facebook, saying that he was refused assistance at a Subway eatery since he is Black.

As per Wheeler, he was dealt with ineffectively while remaining in line for a sandwich in the Mendon area. “People want change. If we stop because it’s not trendy then we’re not doing anything to make the change.”

Notwithstanding that, the white representative serviced the accompanying visitor, who remained behind Wheeler, at that point continued to take a telephone request. “It was intense for me to take in,” he said. “My kind I’m only a human.”

The following day, Wheeler joined a few activists outside of the eatery, which was shut down at that point. “It’s not just happening elsewhere. It’s happening here in the small town of Mendon,” he said. “People want change. If we stop because it’s not trendy then we’re not doing anything to make the change.”

In a subsequent video shared to Facebook, Wheeler clarified that he talked with the proprietor of that Subway area on a few events, including an in-person meeting that took place on Saturday (July 11). He said that the issue is being handled.

“He is taking care of this, I don’t want anybody to think that he is not, I don’t want anything to think that he is sweeping it underneath the rug. He is taking care of it. He assured me that this is not who he is. And I have a strong belief that he isn’t,” Wheeler said in the video regarding his conversation with the owner.

He proceeded, “What I don’t want people to do is that I don’t want people to threaten or call him. Guys, this isn’t the way, this isn’t the way to do it. You know we need to let him take care of his employee and let him take care of what’s going on. You know, let’s keep this peaceful guys.”

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Michigan couple who pulled a firearm on Black family state they confronted ”ethnic terrorizing”

Michigan couple who pulled a firearm on Black family state they confronted ”ethnic terrorizing”

Michigan couple who pulled a firearm on Black family state they confronted ”ethnic terrorizing”

Michigan couple who pulled a firearm on Black family state they confronted ”ethnic terrorizing”

“I was terrified at that moment and my terror is just exponentially greater since then,” Jillian Wuestenberg said.

Prior this week, Michigan couple Jillian and Eric Wuestenberg sat down for a meeting where they talked about threatening to use a firearm on a Black family. During the discussion, the two contemplated that they “dreaded for their lives” and faced “ethnic terrorizing.”

“I was alarmed at that point,” Jillian said regarding Takelia Hill defying her in the parking area. “Also, my fear is simply exponentially more noteworthy from that point forward.”

Jillian included that in spite of the fact that she pointed her firearm at Hill, she didn’t need matters to heighten the extent that they did. “We wanted to go home, we wanted to leave in our car, we wanted the other family to be able to leave in their car. There was no desire for escalation on our part,” she said. “Within moments, a second or two, I had multiple people within two feet of me and I just remember thinking, ‘I am not going home tonight.’”

The couple’s legal advisor Dean Greenblatt is currently requesting that the Hill family be accused of “ethnic terrorizing,” which the last’s lawyer accepts is crazy.

“She was able to get into the vehicle,” Christopher Quinn argued. “They were able to drive off. They didn’t choose to drive off. They actually almost hit my client with their van. And then jumped out like Bonnie and Clyde with guns pointed at them. They were going to make sure it was understood they were the ones in charge.”

The Michigan couple was accused of a felony offense following the occurrence and was discharged on a $50,000 bond. At that point, Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard talked about the progressing strains in the present society in the midst of nationwide protests, calling for equality.

“We don’t see sides. We see facts,” Bouchard explained. “There’s a lot of tension in our society, a lot of tension among folks and people with each other. I would just say this, we are asking and expecting our police — and rightfully so — to deescalate every situation they possibly can, and we should be doing that.”

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