Two police shootings, two videos, two black men dead

July 15, 2016 admin 0

Their deaths have drawn people — brandishing signs emblazoned with the message #BlackLivesMatter — to the streets in their droves, demanding the world take notice of shootings that feel sadly commonplace in the U.S., yet are no less provocative. […]

Local Produce Market Opens at Main Bus Station

July 14, 2016 admin 0

Conquering the ever growing problems of food deserts in the urban communities, the Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA) and the I’m A Star Foundation joined together to launch the Rosa Parks Produce Market at the main […]

Volunteers Make It Happen at DUW

July 14, 2016 admin 0

Did you know volunteers sort and inventory 95% of the brand new clothing donated to Dignity U Wear?  In 2015, 1,300 volunteers provided over 6,000 hours of people-power at their warehouse in Jacksonville, FL. That’s […]

Beaches Jazz Fest Energizes Sweltering Fans

July 14, 2016 admin 0

By David Wright – This past Sunday, the 16th annual Jacksonville Beach jazz festival opened with musician and trumpeter Isaac Byrd. Isaac has produced three CD’s with his music group Beginnings and Meek by Isaac […]

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