Honoring Mr. Joseph Nathaniel Small

November 30, 2016

On Sunday, November 13, 2016, in recognition of his selfless service and sacrifice to our nation, Congresswoman Corrine Brown presented a certificate of recognition and letter from President Barack Obama to the family of Montford […]

Gwen Ifill, longtime PBS News anchor, dead at age 61

November 20, 2016

Gwen Ifill, a beloved and one of the leading African-American journalists, died Monday following several months of cancer treatment. She was 61. Ifill, an award-winning journalist for NBC and PBS, a former reporter for The […]

Review of Birth of a Nation

November 16, 2016

By Renata Hannans Anytime a film is released depicting slavery the question is always raised “Do I have to see another slave movie?” Too often our stories are told by people that don’t look like […]

Historical Misuse of Federal Housing Funds

November 10, 2016

The Curry Administration shares something in common with the Peyton Administration-Mayoral Chief of Staff Kerri Stewart-the key city official at the center of an investigation into the misuse of Federal Housing Funds.   Peyton`s Administration […]


November 8, 2016

Every African American child, especially girls, have been told that you have to work hard to get a good education in order to make it in this world. Then later in life that same African […]

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