Take time to reflect on your first memories of your life.
We all need a prayer partner4
I saw this page online and said “wow he must employ
someone to pray so he stays”
Won’t you come ...
Posted Monday, August 1st 2022 at 12:46AM
Local business incubator to host the city’s first free and comprehensive online directory of black-owned businesses in Central Ohio.
Blackspace Columbus is calling on all black-owned businesses to step up and be seen. In today’s climate, consumer ...
Posted Wednesday, July 15th 2020 at 10:46PM
Art Bridges, a new foundation dedicated to expanding access to American art across the country, has assembled a roster of industry leaders for its board of directors. Founded by patron of the arts and philanthropist Alice Walton, Art Bridges st ...
Posted Tuesday, April 21st 2020 at 8:44PM
By Meggan Gray | April 14, 2020 at 9:58 AM CDT - Updated April 14 at 12:17 PM
WALTHALL COUNTY, Miss. (WLOX) - James Edward Bates is known across South Mississippi for his volunteer efforts, often helping to feed people in disaster-stricken areas ...
Posted Tuesday, April 14th 2020 at 5:14PM
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the federal income tax filing due date is automatically extended from April 15, 2020, to July 15, 2020. Taxpayers can also defer federal income tax payments due on April 15, 2020, to July 15, 2020, without penalti ...
Posted Monday, April 13th 2020 at 2:30PM
Federal Contract Awarded to Battelle to Operate CCDSTM Nationwide Results in Elimination of “Per Mask Charge” to Healthcare Providers
COLUMBUS, Ohio (April 10, 2020)—Battelle announced that its decontamination services for N95 respirator masks wil ...
Posted Monday, April 13th 2020 at 2:21PM
Before leaving Oakwood's campus three weeks ago, students in Associate Professor Steven Lai Hing's research class in the Department of Chemistry suspended their semester projects and threw themselves into executing a WHO (World Health Organizatio ...
Posted Thursday, April 9th 2020 at 11:47AM
Savannah State University (SSU) professors Nicholas Silberg and Theo Plothe, Ph.D., are using 3D printing technology to help create masks for first responders and frontline healthcare workers in the coronavirus (COVID-19) battle.
Silberg, professor and chair of the Department of Fine Arts, Huma ...
Posted Tuesday, April 7th 2020 at 4:36PM
>McGee was honored at Super Bowl 54 and participated in the coin toss
>McGee served as keynote speaker during this month's town hall event at Hyundai Motor America
>McGee was honored during the 51st NAACP Image Awards
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Posted Saturday, February 22nd 2020 at 11:36AM
HORNETS, WE NEED YOUR VOTES
in the Retool Your School contest,
sponsored by The Home Depot
HORNET NATION!!! ASU IS FALLING BEHIND JACKSON STATE AGAIN!!! WE CAN DO IT!!! WE CAN WIN!!! LET'S KEEP VOTING!!!
VOTE! for ALABAMA STATE UNIVER ...
Posted Friday, February 21st 2020 at 11:52AM
Oolong tea represents only 2% of the world's tea, but it's well-worth discovering (1 Trusted Source).
It combines the qualities of dark and green teas, giving it several interesting health benefits.
For example, it may boost metabolism and redu ...
Posted Friday, February 21st 2020 at 9:36AM
Brother Frederick S. Humphries, Jr. has been elected to the Board of Trustees at Atlanta, Georgia's Morehouse College — the world’s only HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) for men. The historic institution has produced four Rhodes Scholars, several college presidents, and leaders i ...
Posted Thursday, February 20th 2020 at 11:46AM
From political leaders to professional athletes, these outspoken vegan and social justice advocates are using their platforms to create a more compassionate world.
Black History Month is a celebration of Black pride, but it also highlights the often-overlooked history of Black veganism—a movem ...
Posted Thursday, February 20th 2020 at 10:41AM