Winston-Salem, NC, September 13, 2013, 10:45 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Lawrence Long, Jr. - SoulTic Magazine's CEO is proud to announce the release of SoulTic Magazine Volume 4. SoulTic Magazine was created after seeing the need for people of color and culture to better understand current events as well as important international matters that affect "critical thinking in our Political, economical, and social lives."
In this volume, read about Jefferson Long the first Black / African American to be elected to the United States House of Representatives.
With all the back and forth in congress over legislation in regards to immigration and homeland security. Read and see how Amnesty & Liberation is viewed as a practical solution. In this time of change and change agents get some understanding about the basic requirements, responsibilities and commitments of citizenship.
Hear what the Brother Minister Louis Farrakhan has to say about the topic of Reparations and what it will take for America to pay Reparations. Read up on a few facts about slavery that you may not have known.
Get up to speed out about money matters in the African American / Black community. Find out if some actions taken by corporate America may be impeding economical development in the urban communities and may be slowing down President Obama's efforts to help fix the country's deficit.
With all of the negative images in the media that our youth are being faced with . See how building good character in our youth can help bring about a well needed change. Follow along with the magazine's staff writers as they expound on a few of Americas positive role models and top leaders that have helped forge the way for this generation.
Also in this Volume SoulTic Magazine, humbly recognizes our African American music history by honoring the Undisputed God Father of Funk and Soul music the late and still great James Brown.
As SoulTic magazine visits the U.S. Virgin islands, get out your suite cases and head for some fun in the sun. They are called the out islands because they are the most remote in the Bahamas archipelago of islands. This is a hot vacation spot where you can be as relaxed or as active as the day allows. For more Information.
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