Alcohol.org Releases Sober Survival Guide

For the 15.1 million American adults with alcohol use disorder, some of the most popular drinking holidays, such as the Fourth of July, can be challenging to navigate in recovery. To help those in recovery prevent a relapse, Alcohol.org, an American Addiction Centers resource, is offering a free sober survival guide this Independence Day. To … More Alcohol.org Releases Sober Survival Guide

Knowing Your Government: Independence Day Vs. 4th of July

The Fourth of July – also known as Independence Day or July 4th – has been a federal holiday in the United States since 1941, but the tradition of Independence Day celebrations goes back to the 18th century and the American Revolution. On July 2nd, 1776, the Continental Congress voted in favor of independence, and … More Knowing Your Government: Independence Day Vs. 4th of July

Wreaths Across America Celebrates “Giving in July”

Visit http://www.wreathsacrossamerica.org to find a participating location near you or to sponsor a wreath. (PRNewsfoto/Wreaths Across America) As the Christmas in July theme leaps into the marketing consciousness of multitudes, national nonprofit Wreaths Across America continues to develop and celebrate partnerships with other nonprofit organizations through its new Giving in July program. “It’s during the holidays that our deployed … More Wreaths Across America Celebrates “Giving in July”

I Am ‘Woke’ Enough To Love My Country and Being American

Independence Day means a lot to me. I am a fifth generation girl. Truth be told on  my mother’s side of the family there was no slavery and on my dad’s side we think there might have been one. I love being an American. I love being a Catholic American. I live these factors out … More I Am ‘Woke’ Enough To Love My Country and Being American

African Americans Who Fought In Revolution War And Founded America

Prior to the revolution, many free African Americans supported the anti-British cause, most famously Crispus Attucks, believed to be the first person killed at the Boston Massacre. At the time of the American Revolution, some blacks had already been enlisted as Minutemen. Both free and enslaved Africans had served in private militias, especially in the … More African Americans Who Fought In Revolution War And Founded America

Interesting Details About The 13 Colonies No One Talks About

America Celebrates it’s birthday because 13 colonies banded to stand together. The thirteen were (roughly north to south): Province of New Hampshire, Province of Massachusetts Bay, Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, Connecticut Colony, Province of New York, Province of New Jersey, Province of Pennsylvania, Delaware Colony, Province of Maryland, Colony of Virginia, Province … More Interesting Details About The 13 Colonies No One Talks About