Our Daily Walk

October 20th, 2011
Written by Janice S. Ellis Ph.D. in Latest News, Our Daily Walk with 1 Comment
There is a refrain from an old love song, which goes: “Love and marriage, love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage….” What the song doesn’t say is, “That depends….” Neither love nor marriage necessarily goes together if the two people come from a different race or ethnic group.While interracial marriages have increased since 1967 when a Supreme Court ruling overturned the right of...
September 13th, 2011
Written by Laura Monroe in Our Daily Walk with 0 Comments
A growing trend in American households is the rise of the Boomerang generation, young adults who after a brief period of living on their own return home (or “boomerang”) to once again, live with their parents. A 2010 study by the Pew Research Center cites a rise of 2.6 million more multi-generational American households within a one-year period, from 2007 to 2008 and identifies young adults (...
August 10th, 2011
Written by Janice S. Ellis Ph.D. in Our Daily Walk with 0 Comments
There is a great need all across America and the globe to convene summits on race relations. Philly, the city of brotherly love is to be congratulated for holding their third annual beer summit, which drew an even larger crowd larger than last year with an even more invigorating conversation.What a great thing if cities all across America would follow suit.Kudos to David Brown who was inspired,...
August 8th, 2011
Written by Jodie Blankenship in Our Daily Walk with 1 Comment
The incessant car horns, a hot, steamy asphalt maze of streets and sidewalks, air clogging pollution, and the fast-paced life of the city can make even the most patient person skittish and stressed. In fact, the stresses of city life can be harmful to your body. Research conducted on 32 German adults using an FMRI machine, found that city dwellers’ brains react differently in two areas when...
July 7th, 2011
Written by Rita Cook in Our Daily Walk with 0 Comments
With so many choices for summertime fun, consider going green with an eco-friendly focus. Although you cannot ensure a green summer for the entire planet, each person’s contribution will reduce at least a little of the carbon footprint in our world.Creative kid fun with an environmental awareness angle:Create an organic garden and learn how to compost. It’s easy. Backyard gardening teaches kids...


Subscribe to Our Daily Walk