6 Historically Black Beaches to Visit This Season

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By Donna Torrence – (Source: www.sistersletter.com) – Dip a toe into history at one of these beautiful seaside and lakeside communities near you. During segregation, Black shoreline communities such as Atlantic Beach, South Carolina, and Idlewild, […]

Black Children Still Go Missing at an Alarming Rate

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by Stacy M. Brown – NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent – @StacyBrownMedia – (Source: atlantadailyworld.com) – When the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) posted a photo of 14-year-old Isaac Gastelum on Twitter, the […]

Overcoming COVID Through Christ

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By Sherri Kolade (Source: www.michiganchronicle.com) – She had just 24 hours. Twenty-four hours to decide whether her husband should live or die. It was an unimaginable, sudden decision thrust upon Detroit resident Trena Edmondson last […]

Something Sweet Made with Fresh Fruit

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FLORIDA COURIER –  BlackPressUSA (Source: www.blackpressusa.com) – By  CULINARY.NET If you’re craving something sweet with no ideas where to start, try this sweet Lemon Cheesecake with Fresh Fruit. It’s tangy and rich and allows you to […]

‘P-Valley’ Creator Katori Hall wins Pulitzer Prize

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By Michael “Ice-Blue” Harris | June 14, 2021 | 0  – (Source: www.rollingout.com) Katori Hall, the executive producer and showrunner for Starz’s hit drama “P-Valley” has been awarded the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. The playwright’s comedy, The Hot Wing King was […]

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