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The Tale of Catherine Devereux part 1.

“Zoe how was school?”


“Just ok?”


“What did you learn today?”

“Since its black history month we talked about Martin Luther King in History class.” 320 more words


On The Run From Irma

Hurricane Irma is classified as a Category 5 hurricane with wind speed at 183 mph. Irma was extremely powerful. The strongest observed in the Atlantic since, Wilma in 2005 in terms of maximum sustained winds. 413 more words


Walk Into Your Kingdom

By: Annie Low

Carleigh Frazier, this month’s Nashville Volunteer of the Month, is a senior Biology major at Fisk University. She recently had the pleasure of running for Miss Fisk University and her platform was based on Deuteronomy 1:5-8. 127 more words

Guiding Youth

Advocating for his community

Keith McLean
Written by: Cole Gray

Keith McLean of Franklin is Doing Good’s Nashville Volunteer of the Month for his work in advocating for the North Nashville community around Jefferson Street. 188 more words

At-risk Youth

Philly Speaks: Entrepreneurs need more than words of Support!

Sunday, May 28 

Host and Producer, Tiffanie Stanard kicked off Philly Speaks with a guest cohost, while Senator Vincent Hughes traveled for work. The guest cohost was Motivational Speaker and Entrepreneur, Maxwell Brown of… 321 more words


Jason Whitlock Is Not Making Too Many Friends In The African American Community These Days

Jason Whitlock went on FS1’s The Herd with Colin Cowherd yesterday and had some interesting comments to LeBron James’ house being vandalized the other day. Whitlock said James “needs to quit embracing his victimhood because he’s not a victim.” Whitlock went on to say “No matter how rich you are, no matter how famous you are, it’s tough being black in America — that is a lie. 375 more words


Dear White People: An Incomprehensive Review

The other day, I watched the entirely of Dear White People on Netflix (10 episodes, about 20 minutes each). Long story short, it follows a group of African-American characters at this fake-Ivy league school and talks about how there is still discrimination and stigma in society. 353 more words