Creative Poetry Is Needed to Promote Voting — DC Poet Writes & Donates Poem This short, inspirational poem motivates everyone to participate in the Midterm Elections. The poem was written and performed by poet […]
By Kimatni D. Rawlins Suta Ma Black translates to “We are Black” for the Afro-Colombian people of San Basilio de Palenque, founded by South American leader Benkos Bioho who escaped slavery and led a rebellion […]
By: Kymberly Amara Nashville-based wine company Twisted Sistuhs success story is nothing short of amazing. Ogechi Anyatonwu and Kristi Alderson have solidified a name for themselves as industry leaders both locally and within the wine […]
By Staff A veteran television host, social media influencer, and author, Shannon LaNier has been keeping audiences tuned in his entire life What inspired you to become a Journalist/Anchor? I don’t think one defining thing […]
“Hate and fear are being given too much oxygen,” said President Joseph Biden, condemning the attack in a visit to the city.
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By Ben Jealous The U.S. Supreme Court wasn’t always a threat to civil rights. Almost 70 years ago this month, the Court issued its ruling in Brown v. Board of Education, one of the most important in […]
About Vivianne A. Griffiths, MSN, APRN, CCLC – Founder Vivianne A. Griffiths MSN, APRN has been a Nurse Practitioner for over 20 years practicing in various urban health care settings with a passion for under-served […]