Don’t Kill My Chance … I Want To Be A Musician

                                      [dropcap]A musician [/dropcap]can exude emotion with a simple note. They can touch on life and become theme music to your stride. It is possible for this young man to become the next great legend in musicianship Read More …

Don’t Kill My Chance! … I Want To Be a Doctor

                  DON’T KILL HER CHANCE. Doesn’t she DESERVE the chance to live and accomplish her dreams? STOP THE VIOLENCE. Raise PEACE.                     The pleasures of life reside in a child’s eyes and their infectious smile. Children, though young Read More …

Art Activism with Jewelry Designer Oneka Ijeoma

“Success is a progressive realization of a worthy goal or ideal.” – Earl Nightingale Nigerian jewelry designer, Oneka Ijeoma, owner and CEO of King Onye Label located at 707 W. Armitage, is an artist entrepreneur with a heart for activism. With her campaign, Speak Progress, the political science and sociology graduate combined her skill of Read More …

Actress Tina Lifford Uplifts with ‘The Circle’

SOMEBODY ALMOST WALKED OFF WID ALLA MY STUFF! This line from Ntozake Shange’s artistic and in-your-face 1975 body of work, for colored girls who considered suicide/ when the rainbow wasn’t enuff  holds a valuable weight as it relates to womanhood. The original monologue given by Alfre Woodard as ‘The Lady in Red”, mirrored a woman Read More …