Category : Black Local and National News

- 6 hours ago

Tennessee Smashes Early Voting Record

NASHVILLE, Tenn. –  As of the close of polls on Oct. 26, the 11th day of early voting in Tennessee, a record-breaking 1,808,546 voters had cast their ballot for the Nov. 3 presidential election. With three more days of early voting, turnout has alre...

- 6 hours ago

Ladies of Williamson County Stroll to the Poll

Franklin, TN—Ladies of Williamson County took their voting support to the polls on Saturday, October 24, 2020.  As the November election draws near, anticipation fills the spirit of these African American ladies. They are truly dedicated to com...

- 11 hours ago

Who really is the ‘Worst of the Worst’?

“Everyday Life in California’s Level 4 Prisons” – Art: Michael D. Russell. At this moment we are unaware of Mr. Russell’s whereabouts and look forward to hearing from him. Michael’s work has always powerfully expressed the raw and unjust conditions...

- 13 hours ago

Pampered at The Pearl in Rosemary Beach

By Renuka Christoph Looking for some pampering and a solid dose of luxury along the coast? Head to The Pearl, a 55-room boutique hotel, located within the idyllic Rosemary Beach. Within a seven hour drive down I-65, arrive to paradise. Upo...

- 15 hours ago

Black Private Equity Firm Helps Launch ‘Getaway Society’

[Getaway Society] Experienced millennial entrepreneurs and real estate developers Carrington M. Carter and Calvin L. Butts, Jr. of East Chop Capital, a Black-owned private equity firm, took matters into their own hands and garnered support from nearl...

- 18 hours ago

Healing for the 400 Years of Slavery Takes Root in Africa

NEW YORK — Don Victor Mooney, President of H.R. 1242 Resilience Project and a resident of Flushing, Queens, ended his two-week visit at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea last week. Mooney hand-delive...