Baltimore state’s attorney indicted on federal charges One of the big news story that has folks talking today is about our very own State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby getting indicted on federal charges of perjury and filing false mortgage applications. Prosecutors are saying she used the money she received toward down payments on vacation homes in […]

New York City imposes vaccine mandate for all private sector employers, Mayor de Blasio says Covid-19 is back in the headlines especially with a new variant omicron and the colder months ahead so NY City Mayor De Blasio with only like a month left in his term is taking some aggressive measures to prevent any […]

People of Color Won Local Elections in Historic Firsts Winsome Sears, who was born in Jamaica, is the first Black Republican woman to be elected to the Virginia General Assembly, And will be Virginia’s next lieutenant governor, as the first female and the first woman of color in the office in the commonwealth’s 400-year legislative history.  In […]

Black women file class action against Metropolitan Police Department A group of Black women filed a class-action lawsuit against D.C.’s police department. The 208-page suit details multiple allegations of racial and sexual discrimination, including racist remarks made by officers and unwanted sexual advances, and argues that the department engages in “repeated, coordinated and relentless retaliation […]

The Buzz: Phylicia Rashad Returns To Howard University So Phylisica rashaad is headig back to school… her alma mater Howard University where she graduated magna cum laude with  a bachelors in fine arts back in 1970… but this time she returns with a new title…how about Dean. Howard University conducted a nationwide search before appointing […]

The Buzz: SORORITY FOR WOMEN WHO ATTEND ONLINE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES CREATED BY BLACK FOUNDERS  So for many who are continuing there education online more than not you are missing out on a part of the college experience being on the yard or campus. There’s a a big part of the social connection and just […]

Another survey, this one by Money Magazine looks to find the top 20 best places to live in the United States and one Maryland city makes it on the list. Columbia, MD landed pretty high on their list according to their survey, the Maryland city is the fifth best place to live in the US. […]

Online virtual learning has started for a majority of children across the nation and in Colorado a 12 year old Isiah Elliot, a young African American kid, found himself in a lot of trouble after waving a toy gun across his computer screen during his online virtual Art class. His teacher contacted the vice principal […]

The state is investing in Baltimore city’s future. About $1 million a year over the next four years will come from the state and will be spent, for the most part, on building security. See Also: Parents Outraged After High School Issues Dress Code For Parents The money comes up almost three months after an intruder […]

Ellen recognizes local teacher Wyatt Oroke for going above and beyond for his students in Baltimore.