Blogs Menu

Blogs
View Latest Posts
View Subscriptions
Posting Instructions

Active Bloggers

Anica Oaks Anica Oaks
class of 2012
HBCU CONNECT HBCU CONNECT
Central State University class of 1995
Kamal Imani Kamal Imani
New York Inst of Tech class of 1997
Kennedy Williams Kennedy Williams
Spelman College class of 2020
Mr. UrbanWallStreet Mr. UrbanWallStreet
Howard University class of 1992
Reggie Culpepper Reggie Culpepper
Clark Atlanta University class of 1998
Will Moss Will Moss
Hampton University class of 1995
Teresa Berger Teresa Berger
Florida A&M University class of 2013

Healthy Food and Preparedness for Circumstances

Posted By: Ibrahim Siddiq on January 13, 2013

I've been involved with HBCU Connect for a few years. It is interesting and rewarding to see the progress of so many who have completed their studies at America's Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The contribution that HBCUs have made to the development of the American society will never go unnoticed.

While we continue to strive to establish our foundations in life, business, employment, let us also take stock of the possibilities of exploring options to our lives that we can benefit from. The impact of **** Sandy and the winter storm has demonstrated clearly that we, in spite of our achievements, do not control many occurrences in our lives. A moment of calm can erupt into a crisis in a split second. And most of us are not prepared.

While we cannot control, or even predict the course of Nature or its consequences, we can be a bit more prepared.



Natural disaster and emergencies are not restricted to 3rd world countries as Hurricanes Sandy and Katrina have demonstrated as well as the tornadoes, wild fires and earthquakes that strike the American continent.

GOFoods Global has developed a program where individuals and families can obtain healthy food products that are produced with the highest quality standards. These products can be prepared in a matter of minutes for the busy professional or student. They also have a long term shelf life, which means that you can always have food available in the event of strained inventories or inability to get to a store during an emergency.

Please take a moment to view the video overview. If you have other questions, or wish to order a free sample of GOFoods, you can visit the website: http://smallsuccesses.mygofoods.com

This is an opportunity where we all can be just a little bit more prepared. Visit the site now and see for yourself.

http://smallsuccesses.mygofoods.com
If you enjoyed this article, Join HBCU CONNECT today for similar content and opportunities via email!

Healthy Food and Preparedness for Circumstances

Comments
Please Login To Post Comments...
Email:
Password:

 
More From This Author
HIV-AIDS Has Not Gone Away!
Hunger in America
Inauguration 2009 – Where Do We Go From Here?
Latest Blogs
4 Careers to Consider if You Want to Work From Home

4 Careers to Consider if You Want to Work From Home

With the current situation, working from home has become a necessity. People are more concerned about their health and are shifting towards work from home strategy to ensure productivity amid the pand ...more
Dixie Somers • 3 Views • June 16th, 2021
Is Dating Older Men a Blessing or a Sin?  On Love and Chit Chat

Is Dating Older Men a Blessing or a Sin? On Love and Chit Chat

Let's see how these women feel about dating older men? Plus Ms. Nicole gives her disclaimer for the Fruity Drink Fruity Men Theory and more on this edition of LOVE AND CHIT CHAT! Hosted by Kamal I ...more
Kamal Imani • 0 Views • June 15th, 2021
The Benefits of More Women Getting a STEM Education

The Benefits of More Women Getting a STEM Education

The image source is Pexels. As you may know, the acronym STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and math. STEM is an overarching term used to refer to these fields, and there has been a re ...more
Rayanne Morriss • 45 Views • June 12th, 2021
Part 2- with Sis Nicole and Kamal -Relationship Talk laugh and learn

Part 2- with Sis Nicole and Kamal -Relationship Talk laugh and learn

Enjoy this lively conversation as we laugh and learn about our experiences in relationships. Kamal Imani and Sis Nicole #relationships #dating #ghosted ...more
Kamal Imani • 108 Views • June 11th, 2021
Looking for a Quick and Quality Education? Here's What You Should Know

Looking for a Quick and Quality Education? Here's What You Should Know

A good education can open the doors to a bright future. However, not everyone has the time to invest in getting a four-year college degree while holding a job or raising a family. Fortunately, there a ...more
Lizzie Weakley • 140 Views • June 8th, 2021
Popular Blogs
Divorce in America in 2009 – What’s love got to do, got to do with it?

Divorce in America in 2009 – What’s love got to do, got to do with it?

Join Brother Marcus and the cast and the crew of the Brother Marcus Show live this Sunday evening on February 1, 2009 @ 8:00 p.m. for another hot topic in our community! “Divorce in America in 2009 ...more
Brother Marcus! • 20,683,094 Views • January 27th, 2009
VISINE ALERT!!!

VISINE ALERT!!!

Seemingly innocent medication such as Visine eyedrops are used by people to concoct a mixture with similar effects as a date-rape drug. When mixed with alcohol and taken orally, the eyedrops can l ...more
Siebra Muhammad • 51,390 Views • May 23rd, 2009
THE MOST FAMOUS WORDS IN NASCAR RACING IS NOW

THE MOST FAMOUS WORDS IN NASCAR RACING IS NOW "GOTCHA" THIEF !

IT'S PRETTY OBVIOUS FOLKS: Some of our Republican senators and congressman..are Swearing & Wearing White Sheets Also ..NASCAR was given 70million dollars in tax breaks ..in the New Fiscal Cliff Deal ...more
David Right • 44,833 Views • December 28th, 2012
Black College Student Sentenced to 12 Years in Prison for Kissing a White Girl

Black College Student Sentenced to 12 Years in Prison for Kissing a White Girl

Albert N. Wilson, a former University of Kansas student, has been sentenced to 12 years in prison and a lifetime of probation after being convicted by an all-white jury of raping a white teen girl. Bu ...more
Will Moss • 38,864 Views • June 4th, 2020
Black History Daily:  Who Was the First Black Female Dentist?

Black History Daily: Who Was the First Black Female Dentist?

In 1890 Ida Gray Nelson Rollins (1867-1953) became the first black woman to earn a doctor of dental surgery degree in the United States. She graduated from the University of Michigan in June. Nelson ...more
Stacie Coulter • 25,070 Views • August 22nd, 2011
Please Give Us a Like on Facebook!