Two of the nation’s oldest Black female sororities celebrated their founders' day last week. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. both marked their Founder’s Days with awards and presentations.

In observance of National Human Trafficking Awareness Month students who attend the Embrace Girls Foundation, Carol City Senior High program developed a slogan, designed and researched resources for a sticker that will be shared with their peers and distributed in places where vulnerable peo…

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Tangela Sears is an apt testament of how death alters the landscape of a mother’s life. Her only child, David Queen was murdered during a shooting in Tallahassee on May 20, 2015. No measure of time will heal the pain she embodies and admittedly, Sears struggles every day. She has emerged a w…

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It was the first day of a new year. The sun had only been up for a few hours. And the green grass was still wet with morning dew. Yet, tables and chairs were already set with floral-inspired centerpieces, awaiting the guests who would attend North Miami’s celebration of soup joumou.

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On Tuesday, Dec. 10, two individuals opened fire on a kosher supermarket in Jersey City, New Jersey. The violent attack — which occurred shortly after the assailants allegedly killed a police officer in a nearby cemetery — ultimately left three bystanders dead and three people wounded, inclu…

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You don't have to be Black to understand how Kwanzaa works.

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