About Callie Douglas

Healing with CAARE, Inc. seeks to enrich, promote and develop total being and optimal health of our clients by creating a safety net of support, wellness and hope for present and future generations.

Kwanzaa is a 7 day festival celebrating the African American people, their culture and their history. It is a time of celebration, community gathering, and reflection. A time of endings and beginnings. Kwanzaa begins on December 26th and continues until New Years Day, January 1st. Kwanzaa, a relatively new holiday that started in the 1960s […]

The New York Times cover story on Thursday highlighted the growing spending power of the super rich. While average American families struggle to make ends meet, the wealthy are flooding high-end stores to the point where Nordstrom has a waiting list for a Chanel sequined tweed coat for $9,010. But instead of emulating the frivolous […]

President Barack Obama’s 2012 reelection campaign has named Katherine Archuleta as its political director. Archuleta will be the first Latina to ever hold this position. Her appointment comes as President Obama heads to Puerto Rico next week courting Latino voters. According to the 2010 census, the Hispanic population of the United States grew 43 percent […]

Black Enterprise has compiled a list of the top ten college degrees that can really pay off for African-American job-seekers. The list is based on a recent study from Georgetown University that investigates the economic value of 171 college majors, providing a breakdown of the highest and lowest-paying degrees by sex and race. Some of […]

CAIRO — A computer programmer, startled by a helicopter clattering above his quiet Pakistani town in the early hours of the morning Monday, did what any social-media addict would do: he began sending messages to the social networking site Twitter.

Performers for this year's Lamplighter Awards include James Fortune, Vicki Yohe, Beverly Crawford and more!

Just like the right diet can prevent heart disease, high blood pressure, or cancer, health experts are finding that certain foods may boost your mind.

(ABC News) “The View’s” Sherri Shepherd wants women to know when to give themselves “a permission slip” to take it easy. Her new book tackles the many of the obstacles women face daily, from sex to children, from men to thighs. // // // <![CDATA[ // <![CDATA[ // <![CDATA[ // <![CDATA[ // <![CDATA[ // <![CDATA[ […]

According to the CDC, 18% of African-American women give birth to a premature baby meaning nearly 100,000 African-American babies are born early every year in the US.