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(BET) – Daniel Croix, known for his role as the chaotic Jason in Tyler Perry’s “The Oval,” contrasts his on-screen persona with a peaceful, arts-rich real life. Raised in a diverse family environment, Croix credits his grandmother, Clarita Delk-Henderson, for introducing him to the arts. A graduate of SUNY Purchase Conservatory, Croix’s journey in acting […]

Rochester, N.Y. (WROC) – The Community Justice Initiative launched its Black Business Marketplace series in Rochester, NY, on Sunday, February 4th. The Black Business Marketplace featured over 20 businesses, raffle prizes, testimonials, and music performances. The series aims to promote Black-owned businesses to foster economic stability within the Black community. This initiative encourages more business […]

To educate young readers about Black history, experts recommend literature as a valuable resource. Books can engage children in the nuanced aspects of Black history, fostering curiosity and understanding. During Black History Month, figures like Meg Medina, the National Ambassador of Young People’s Literature, highlight the importance of providing children with rich texts that respect […]

(NPR) – The White House hosted its first-ever summit on arts and culture, titled “Healing, Bridging, Thriving,” in Washington, D.C. The event, organized by the White House Domestic Policy Council and the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), brought together policymakers, arts advocates, community leaders, and artists to explore the multifaceted role of the arts […]

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February 2, 2024

(WROC) – Rochester Emergency Veterinary Services (REVS) is set to open its doors and provide much-needed critical care for pets in the Rochester community. Located within the Animal Hospital of Rochester on University Avenue, REVS aims to fill the gap left by the closure of VSES in Brighton last November. Dr. Brenda Buck, one of […]

Greece is opening a new fitness center located next to the town hall on Vince Tofany Boulevard. The Center is free for residents and does not include the new wellness center. Non-residents do not have access to the wellness center but can sign up for a basic membership for a fee. Source: 13 Wham

Governor Hochul announced that school districts are receiving more than $5 million to boost mental health programs. This will help enhance the role of guidance counselors and train other staff. Mental health in kids has become a concern since the COVID pandemic. The governor cites a loss of social connection during the pandemic as one […]

One of the dating trends of 2023 is ‘penny dating’ and could it be one of the most toxic of them all. According to Indy100, this involves putting in maximum effort with a woman in the initial stages of the relationship, only to decrease this effort over time as the relationship progresses. The idea is you remove […]

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November 8, 2023

Thanksgiving Food DriveHow can you help? Purchase food by Donating Help collect, sort or distribute Drop of food at drop-off locations     If you want to attend the free dinner & receive a free thanksgiving basket please register at the link below 2023 Thanksgiving Food Drive and Dinner Menu   2023 Thanksgiving Distribution […]

Book overview “Race-Non-Conformity: From Exclusion to Inclusion” is a thought-provoking and insightful book that delves into the complex landscape of racial identity, equity, and inclusion in contemporary society. In this groundbreaking work, author Christopher Martin-Stancil-El explores the experiences and struggles of those who refuse to conform to the traditional, color-coded race system. With a keen […]

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