First African American Poet Laureate for Prince William County, Va. discusses her work

Dec 06, 2021No Comments

Kim B. Miller said that laureates are poet ambassadors. When she began writing she said she realized, “This is really something that can touch people in a special way that they don’t even expect is

White mobs rioted in Washington in 1848 to defend slaveholders’ rights after 76 Black enslaved people staged an unsuccessful mass escape on a boat

Aug 22, 2021No Comments

An abolitionist lithograph of the slave trade in Washington, D.C., with the U.S. Capitol in the background. Library of Congress The summer of 2020 was not the first time America saw protests and violence over

Two Frat Brothers Met In Alabama, Made Fashion History With Luxury Hats | Business

May 19, 2021No Comments

Tajh Crutch and Archie Clay III may have met in Alabama, but their friendship has taken them places they could only dream about—and enabled them to make history along the way. Crutch and Clay are

New Era Detroit, Protecting and Providing for Black Detroit

Jun 06, 2020No Comments

New Era Detroit, Protecting and Providing for Black Detroit. Our conversation with the leader of “New Era Detroit”. New Era Detroit is bringing back BLACK love and unity one man, one woman, one child, one

Traveling Solo to Egypt for Christmas

May 23, 2020No Comments

Sometimes you just have to go, even if you're going by yourself.

Hear the inspiring story of the Mom and Daughter Duo who recently graduated from Medical School Together

May 22, 2020No Comments

Hear the inspiring story of the Mom and Daughter Duo who recently graduated from Medical School Together And will work at the same Hospital in Louisiana. Our exclusive interview with Dr. Cynthia Kudji and her

Thriving While Black Navigating Covid-19 in America

May 15, 20201 Comment

By Yolanda D. White Spoiler!  In case you were hankering for another piece, romanticizing the current health crisis, this “epic pandemic” that murders without a conscience, this will not be it.  I hasten to even

Edwin Freeman’s Film ‘Modern Day Slavery’ Shows How the U.S. Justice System Perpetuates Slavery

May 14, 2020No Comments

Actor Edwin Freeman, best known for his roles in the 2009 Fox Searchlight biopic Notorious, and the 2016 Marvel/Netflix series Luke Cage makes his directorial debut with the impactful documentary Modern Day Slavery, which continues the conversation on criminal

Prabal Gurung Donates 2,000 Face Masks To Hospitals And Launches ‘All Americans’ Collection Amid COVID-19

Apr 30, 2020No Comments

Prabal Gurung during one of his past presentations for New York Fashion Week Getty Images (Photo by Peter White) When COVID-19 began to shut down retailers across the country, Prabal Gurung, like many of his

‘Golden Boy,’ Oscar De La Hoya Expects Boxing To Be Among The First Sports To Return From Coronavirus

Apr 27, 2020No Comments

Boxing legend, Oscar De La Hoya believes the sport will be one of the first to resume action in the … [+] wake of the Coronavirus. Getty Images Never one to back down from a

The South's Handling Of Coronavirus Could Be 'A Macabre Game Of Whack-A-Mole'

Apr 24, 2020No Comments

Some southern states, including Georgia and South Carolina, are among the first in the country to ease restrictions to try get back to business despite factors that make the South particularly vulnerable to the coronavirus

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