A teacher in Richmond, Virginia, is being praised for his efforts to ensure his students were looking sharp for their big day — fifth-grade graduation. Robert Dunham said he awoke the morning of his students’ annual Moving On ceremony, when they bid adieu to elementary school and set their sights on junior high, with the hunch … Continue reading Virginia School Teacher Brings Clippers to School to Ensure His Fifth-Graders Were Sharp on Graduation Day — Atlanta Black Star
I’m sure being African American or growing up Black, many of us have heard of some unusually unique names given to our brown-skinned brothers and sisters. For example, I grew up knowing someone named Cappuccino (yes, like the beverage).How about another person named Crobar. No, seriously, his name was Crobar.I’ve even heard ones like Ashinkashe’, … Continue reading Her Name Was Marijuana Pepsi, Now You Can Call Her Dr. Marijuana Pepsi — BlackDoctor
Fathers day is this Sunday and although there are many strong women out there who are doing the best they can to do the job of both the mom and dad, sometimes it just doesn’t replace the void that can be left to those without a father. With that being said, today I decided to … Continue reading A Note For Those Without Fathers —
A dad and his baby are having a legit full-on conversation and the interaction is breaking the internet. https://thegrio.com/2019/06/05/hilarious-video-of-dad-having-full-on-conversation-with-baby-is-winning-the-internet-today/ This is too cool.
This past weekend, temperatures in Atlanta soared close to the 100-degree mark. As a result, many found ways to cool themselves and enjoy the summer heat with friends. This included a large group of young Black kids picking up water guns and buckets of water for an epic battle in one Atlanta neighborhood. http://indiecentral.us/atlanta-cop-trying-to-stop-water-gun-fight-flees-in-drenched-shame-video/ OMG! … Continue reading Atlanta cop trying to stop water gun fight flees in drenched shame (video) —
Leah Chase, iconic executive chef, civil rights activist, and co-owner of the legendary Dooky Chase’s Restaurant in New Orleans, died Saturday her family announced. She was 96 years old. https://thegrapevine.theroot.com/leah-chase-iconic-executive-chef-and-civil-rights-acti-1835186132
It’s been about a week since billionaire Robert F. Smith pledged to pay off the student loan debt for the entire 2019 Morehouse College graduating class. Studio One in Atlanta had the unique opportunity to speak with some of the young men blessed by Saint Robert, as they had the time to reflect on the blessing in front of the … Continue reading Debt Free Morehouse Grads Plan On Impacting Their Communities To Pay It Forward [Exclusive Video] — Black America Web