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Juneteenth Celebration & Music Festival

Published: Jun. 04, 2022

The Juneteenth Celebration & Music Festival is a FREE event! Bring your friends and family, but most importantly, spread the word. Not sure what Juneteenth is? Continue reading...

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Let's Talk Soul Food Fest

Published: Feb. 17, 2022

Soul Food Fest will bring community together to enjoy aspects of black culture, people, and food with the goal of supporting and amplifying black businesses locally.

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Community, Whether Committed to it or Not

Published: Nov. 05, 2021

Being silent or complacent doesn’t remove you from the equation. The question is, what type of community do you want to be? 

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COVID: Through Our Local Business' Eyes

Published: Jan. 04, 2021

Do you know someone who owns a local business? Are they your best friend, brother, or mother? Maybe they are a neighbor who you only see rushing to their car. Local businesses are made up of people within your community. COVID-19 and the shutdowns have effected them in every way. It is our hope to help the general public understand that things are not always black and white.

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Wake Up and Smell the Inequality

Published: Jun. 07, 2020

In this day and age, it’s difficult not to turn on our local news channel, open up our favorite social media app or strike a conversation with a loved one and not have the current climate of the inequality brought up. It may be easy for some to turn a blind eye, hope this will all “Die down soon”, and shut off our attention on what the voices of the unheard are trying to tell us simply because they do not personally affect us.

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