education

Millions Are Left Behind In the Digital Age

By Elizabeth Lindsey, the Executive Director of Byte Back Elizabeth Lindsey, the Executive Director of Byte Back, discusses how the lack of access to technology can confine people in cycles of poverty. Ms. Lindsey explains […]

Books

NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Literary Work

By AALBC This year, the NAACP celebrated the 51st anniversary of Image Awards. On February 22, 2020, five winning books were announced in eight literature categories; Biography/Autobiography, Children, Debut Author, Fiction, Instructional, Nonfiction, Poetry, and […]

Health

An Interview With Christopher Cox

by Taroue Brooks Tell us about your education. I graduated from THEE Jackson State University. I obtained my bachelors in Political Science and my masters in Public Health with a concentration in Policy and Management. […]

Culture

Kenny Wesley – These Three Words: Stevie. Luther. Prince. An homage to African-American music masters

He is a songwriter, pianist, vocalist with a range spanning more than four octaves, and a linguist who speaks five languages. His name is Kenny Wesley. With three acclaimed projects, numerous accolades, collaborations, compilation features, […]