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GOOD BLACK NEWS via blackamericaweb.com The HBCU Power Awards has announced that actress, singer-songwriter, director, and philanthropist Jada Pinkett Smith will receive the “Icon Award” on the evening of excellence on Friday, October 20, 7PM at Morehouse College in Atlanta. Smith began her acting career as the feisty “Lena” from the 80s sitcom “A Different World,” […]
Dear friends of MLMM, Last week I gave you the task to create haiku inspired on a quote and I have read nice responses, but I also thought “Why do I ask you to create bi-weekly a haiku or hai… Source: Heeding Haiku With Chèvrefeuille, October 11th 2017
GOOD BLACK NEWS Chance the Rapper (photo via chicagotribune.com) by Tracy Swartz via chicagotribune.com The ride-share service Lyft announced Tuesday that passengers can now round up their fare to the next dollar and donate the difference to Chance the Rapper’s fund to support Chicago Public Schools. The New Chance Arts and Literature Fund, devoted to […]
Image Credit Brooke Lark Thank you for joining our awesome writing community who challenges themselves weekly as we weave together our 100 words! What 100 words would you give this image?Interested… Source: 100 Word Wednesday: Week 40
The park plans a transportation overhaul in an era of crowded trails and roads Source: Zion National Park Drives Into Green Future With New Electric Shuttle Bus
Meet the people rescuing wildlife from this season’s deadliest storms Source: Wildlife Rehabilitators: The Hidden Heroes of Hurricane Season
Standing Rock changed America. It also changed the people who were there. Source: Standing Rock: One Year Later