Plus, New York woman shoved to death in front of a Times Square train and Janet Reno, the nation's first female US Attorney General, dead at 78.
Stevie Wonder spoke with Roland Martin about why it is important for Black voters to exercise their right to vote in this year's election.
Plus, Stevie Wonder tells mostly white London crowd that "Black lives matter" and study finds that more young people are having children before marriage.
Elev8 would like to send a special birthday shout out to the legendary Stevie Wonder. The talented music man celebrates his 61st born day. His accomplishments are inspiring and elev8 millions of people all over the world. He’s created an abundance of music that people of all ages can embrace everyday. What’s your favorite Stevie […]
An affirmation is a great way to start training your mind toward a positive way of thinking. Coupled with other positive thinking exercises, a positive affirmation will help you overcome any obstacle that is put in front of you. The object of these positive thinking exercises is to ensure that you train the most powerful […]