Voice Of The Urbane



Art Activism with Jewelry Designer Oneka Ijeoma

Posted April 17, 2013 by LaToya Cross

“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 […]

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Don’t Kill My Chance … Life is Beauty’s Canvas

Posted June 27, 2013 by LaToya Cross

Bullets. Generated Chaos. What this could be. Herein lies detriments; past times of catastrophe. Controversy stirs awakening ill-feelings, awakening loss, awakening further wants. Hearts buried in grief – eyes drowned in rain – pouring hurricanes. Survival? Still working to figure that out. An exploratory movement. Stillness exist in memorabilia – smiles lingering in our hearts. […]

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

Posted June 13, 2013 by A.J. Linton

                                Can I grow up? Can I live? Don’t take away my chance to be a lawyer. In today’s times it seems as though children’s choices are being taken away from them before they can even hit 3-years-old. In a […]

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