By C.K. Steele Human Rights Institute
At 11:00 a.m. at the Bethel Family Life Center on March 26, 2023, Tallahassee newest non-profit and legacy organization headed by the youngest son of the Rev C.K Steel, the preeminent civil rights leader of Tallahassee.
By Career Communications Group
New emerging technologies including the Metaverse, AI, and decentralization cannot be ignored by communities impacted by the digital divide.
By Reader Views
Author takes readers into a riveting confrontation that leaves an innocent Black teenager dead, two decorated NY police officers wrongly accused, a community in turmoil, and a racially divided city swirling in controversy.
By Klein Civil Rights
The National Trial Lawyers Announces The Re-Selection Of Brett Klein As A Top 10 Civil Rights Trial Lawyer In New York After One Year.
By Planting People Growing Justice
Author Dr. Artika Tyner has a talent for revealing critical, yet often overlooked historical figures.
As we enter New Year's diet coverage season, evidence that news is almost 120 times more likely to focus on weight loss than equal rights for fat people
By Whitney McDuff Consulting
Attorney and Human Rights Expert, Joshua V. Barr, Outlines 10 Steps to Increase Engagement and Transform Communities from Within
By Wright Enterprises, www.wrightnow.biz
University of Georgia alumni and current faculty tell the story of resilience that arose from the founding of Pamoja by Pastor Nawanna Lewis Miller in "WHEN THE DOGS LEFT", a documentary on civil rights, journalism, performing arts and how "Pamoja"...
By Double XXposure Media Relations
For decades, Big Apple businesswoman EUGENIA FOXWORTH has brought fashion, art, quality real estate properties to many over the years in New York and many parts of the world, along with her leadership as the elected president of the International Real...
By Ford Communications
Beginning January 2022, the Goldsboro-Wayne NAACP Branch will hold its executive board meetings on the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. The general membership meetings are held on the 4th Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m.