Football is Back!
The 2020 Football season will officially begin tonight. The season will open with a battle between the defending Super Bowl Champions, Kansas City Chiefs against the Houston Texans. The game will be played at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. This game will be the first game of the... Read more
Serena Williams, (the first ever) wins her 100th tennis  match at the iconic Arthur Ashe Stadium
Serena Williams has long been considered if not the greatest tennis player in the world, one of the greatest to ever play the game. Well on Monday, Sept. 7 she again proven to the world why she has been able to be labeled one of the greatest tennis players... Read more
The 2020 MTV Video Music Awards
The VMA’s managed to take place everywhere and nowhere all at once. There were performances filmed in New York, Los Angeles and even in South Korea. It was a first for the VMAs, which aired its annual ceremony this past Sunday. The award show faced unprecedented obstacles for the... Read more
Mental Health Check-Up- During the Pandemic. If you’re feeling stressed, there are healthy ways to deal with your feelings
Were you like many of us and began 2020 with goal setting and ideas of a new vision that would define your purpose and mission for the new year. Then the COVID-19 pandemic became the focus of our everyday lives. And very few of us can say we were... Read more
Women’s Suffrage 100th-year Celebration
The 19th Amendment of the US Constitution passed on August 18, 1920. This Amendment guaranteed the right to vote for all American Women.  This achievement required a lengthy and complicated struggle; victory took decades of agitation and protest, beginning around 1800.  However, the US Civil War stopped much of... Read more
Herman Cain Former Presidential Candidate Has Died
With his rich baritone voice and natural showman’s instinct, Herman Cain reinvented himself multiple times over his lifetime: computer analyst, millionaire business executive, political lobbyist, broadcaster, motivational speaker, author and presidential candidate, among others. He was as successful and opinionated as he was unforgettable, but COVID-19 has silenced him.... Read more
King James Making Chess Moves On Florida Lawmakers
More Than A Vote is raising funds to help people in Florida with felony records pay outstanding court debts that prevent them from voting, the group announced Friday. More Than A Vote, a voting rights group founded LeBron James started with other Black athletes and artists last month to... Read more
Tampa Bay Rays Opening Day Black Lives Matter Statement
The Tampa Bay Rays called for the arrest of the Louisville police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor in a tweet on Friday, hours before their opening day game against the Toronto Blue Jays. The tweet from the Rays official Twitter account early Friday morning read:... Read more
King Of The Moment, LeBron James Flexes His Vocal Muscles
Following LeBron James’ first NBA game in more than four months, the Lakers star focused his postgame comments on more significant issues than how his team stacked up against the Dallas Mavericks in an exhibition. James was sporting “#Justice4BreonnaT” on his sneakers Thursday night. Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old black... Read more
If I Am Not On Top, Will I Be OK? A Guide To Becoming A White Anti-Racist
Can you feel it? Can you feel this country pivoting away from the deadly sins of its past? The uncertainty of how it will turn out and whether we will remain intact after this necessary upheaval is causing paralyzing fear across this country. Like a ship navigating treacherous, icy,... Read more