Black Music Month

This year marks 50 years since Freedom Summer, when nearly 1,000 volunteers travelled throughout the Southern United States to register black Americans to vote. Many…


Via HelloBeautiful.Com Chicago’s Urban Prep Academy proves that the Windy City has more to offer than tragic news about gang violence and young lives gone too soon. For the fourth year in a row, 100 percent of graduating seniors from the all-male charter school are college bound to four-year universities. “The students of the Urban […]

Houston ranks 8th nationally in the number of total reported AIDS cases African American and Hispanic women together represent less than 25% of all U.S. women, yet they account for more than 78% of AIDS cases reported to date among women. Today, 40 million people worldwide are estimated to be living with HIV/AIDS An estimated […]


Most single people are seeking more than a just a holiday fling.  Nearly two-thirds of those taking part in a recent Zoosk survey say they’re hoping to find that special someone this holiday season, with 63-percent noting that they’re looking for their “long-term true love.”  For 33-percent their primary goal is short-term, and they mostly […]