Conversations With My 18-Year-Old Self

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  I often see posts on social media asking, what advice would you give your teenage self? My advice is always, love the boy. I don’t live a life of regret; many things I have experienced have been lessons. I Read more

The Black Family: Where the Real Revolution Begins


For those who know me personally, you will know that I am passionate about a few things: my 7 year old son Kaidyn, my family, the current state of Blacks in our society, as well as my spiritual growth and Read more

Rockin’ W/ Danse Noir Studio

  Danse Noir Studio, which is the largest African American owned dance school in the Baton Rouge area, recently held its spring dance recital. This year’s theme entitled Dancing on Air, led the audience on a journey spanning music history.  Read more

Inside the World of the Upcoming Khasi and Kiana

One attribute of being an entrepreneur is when you do not have a way  to put all of your talents to use, you create your own outlet. That is exactly what these two sisters from Memphis, Tennessee,  Khasi and Kiana Read more

YMCA host the 21st Annual Black Achievers Banquet

The YMCA of the Capital Area hosted the twenty-first annual YMCA Black Achievers banquet, on May 26 at the Baranco Clark YMCA. The theme for the night was “Standing Strong and Still Making a Difference”, about 160 guest attended, with Read more