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Nearly 19 years after Hurricane Katrina, twin brothers A’Mari and J’Mari Reynolds, saved as infants by US Army Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré, have honored his legacy by integrating his influence into their futures. In the chaos following the 2005 hurricane, Honoré rescued the dehydrated and starving babies, who were being carried by their mother, Alexandria […]

Bette Nash, the world’s longest-serving flight attendant, passed away at the age of 88. American Airlines announced her death, highlighting her nearly 70-year career dedicated to customer care. Nash began her career with Eastern Airlines in 1957 and continued with American Airlines after it acquired many of Eastern’s routes in 1990. According to the Association […]

Carlo Acutis, an Italian teenager known as “God’s influencer,” is poised to become the Catholic Church’s first millennial saint. Pope Francis has recognized a second miracle attributed to Acutis, who was a gamer and computer programmer before he died from leukemia in 2006 at age 15. Life and Faith: Acutis used his tech skills to […]

Target has announced a major price reduction on over 1,500 popular items, starting immediately, in an effort to attract shoppers deterred by inflation. The retailer plans to cut prices on a total of 5,000 items over the summer, aiming to save consumers millions of dollars on everyday essentials like milk, fresh fruit, diapers, and pet […]

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May 20, 2024

The Hulu docuseries “Black Twitter: A People’s History,” directed by Prentice Penny, premiered at SXSW, exploring the significant role of Black Twitter in shaping discussions around Black identity and issues. The series celebrates the platform as a critical space for Black millennial creativity and activism, particularly highlighting its impact during key moments like the Ferguson […]

Anthony Anderson, James Van Der Beek, Taye Diggs, and other notable figures including NFL All-Pro Chris Jones will star in a striptease TV special titled “The Real Full Monty” to air on Fox this fall. Inspired by the 1997 film “The Full Monty,” this two-hour event aims to raise awareness and encourage screenings for prostate, […]

Midge Thomas and Dr. Walter Cooper, two nonagenarians celebrated for their significant contributions to civil rights and education, were honored at the Dryden Theater at the George Eastman Museum. The event celebrated their lives and achievements and included the launch of chapbooks about each, part of the “In This Moment” series profiling Black trailblazers from […]

Over a year after Shein promised to address excessive working hours in its supply chain, a new report by Public Eye, a Swiss human rights advocacy group, reveals that long hours are still prevalent among some of the Chinese fast-fashion giant’s suppliers. According to the investigation, workers in factories supplying Shein in Guangzhou, China, typically […]

The USDA has recently updated its plant hardiness map for the first time in 11 years, reflecting significant shifts in gardening zones across the United States due to climate change. Rochester, NY’s hardiness zone has shifted from 6a to 6b. This change offers gardeners new planting possibilities but also requires careful consideration of what plants […]

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May 12, 2024

In celebration of Mother’s Day, here is a collection of ten songs that celebrate motherhood. These songs, rooted in Black culture, express deep gratitude and love for mothers, highlights the immense contributions mothers make to their families and society, their sacrifices, and the nurturing roles they play. Among these, “I’ll Always Love My Momma” by […]

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