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It’s Time for the Democratic Party to Wake Up

Everyone appears to have figured out that a dangerous, stupid fascist with no knowledge of how the federal government works is now the President of the United States.

The Curly Corner

Following the riotous 1960s where lasting political and cultural changes defined the decade, Black Americans, formerly known as “Negroes”, were redefining their identity. This sudden surge of pride for being a Black American

Love Is the Answer…Who Cares What the Question Is

His velvety voice is recognized all over New Orleans, accompanying the sounds of smooth soul. Born Gregory Vigne, but known to his dedicated listeners as “Papa Smurf

King Cake Festival raises funds while celebrating Mardi Gras pastime.

Foodies near and far traveled to New Orleans’ Champions Square for a sweet tooth start to the Mardi Gras season. It was the Fourth Annual King Cake Festival put on by Ochsner Hospital for Children on Sunday

African Union Leader Condemns U.S. For Taking Its People ‘As Slaves’ But Blocking Refugees

South African politician and chairperson of the AU commission Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma addressed representatives of the continental union’s 54 member states during a summit in Addis Ababa

Protests Over Trump’s Executive Order Pause For Moments Of Prayer

As thousands of people rallied against President Donald Trump’s Friday executive order blocking refugees and travelers from several Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S.

The Curly Corner

Starting my natural hair journey has helped me to take much better care of my hair from the inside out. Prior to going natural, I thought deep conditioning was only necessary about twice a year or whenever my hair

The world reacts as Donald Trump takes power

On the streets, in small gatherings and in the halls of government, people around the globe weighed in on US President Donald Trump's inauguration Friday, anticipating how his policies may play out

To Be Equal: Assessing President Obama’s Impact And Legacy

“That faith that I placed all those years ago, not far from here, in the power of ordinary Americans to bring about change, that faith has been rewarded in ways I could not have possibly imagined.

The Curly Corner

"When you gonna press your hair?", my Grandmother would inquire after touching my tightly wound coils. I always smile respectfully but usually give no answer. We had been down this road before and I knew my grandmother

Stride Towards Freedom: The Legacy of M.L.K. and Barack Obama and Keeping our Eyes on the Prize

As I look back on that windy and frigid day on January 20, 2009, it was a day our nation celebrated both the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Weekend and the Inauguration of the Nation’s first African-American President,

Disney’s The Lion King

On January 5, 2017, the Saenger Theatre hosted “Media Night” for the Tony Award-Winning Broadway sensation and stage production of Disney’s The Lion King. We were seated in the center row with aisles on both sides.

Delaney's Armoire

Fashion has many layers, which makes it the topic we know and love today. One of the most influential components of fashion is cosmetology, which can make or break a design, the model

Delaney's Armoire

A new year calls for new beginnings, new styles, and new fashion trends. With 2017 approaching, a true fashionista could ring in the new year with a few of these up and coming trends in fashion.

The Curly Corner

Many naturals all over the world try their hardest to find just the right product to reduce their shrinkage. Some people’s hair shrinks 50% of its length and others have hair that shrinks well over 75%