During Women’s History Month, think about all the women who have made a difference in your life, and the life of the community. The teachers, the single moms, the clergy. They deserve our utmost gratitude.
On Friday, Feb. 8, Northwest 22nd Avenue from 79th to 135th streets in Northwest Miami-Dade was co-designated Georgia Jones-Ayers Way. It was an event that would have had Ayers “spitting bullets,” so to speak. She wasn’t one who loved to be in the limelight.
Since 2012, Elite Sports Miami & Elite Youth Academy basketball league in Kendall has worked with more than 500 families and offers a year-round skills development program for all girls and boys ages 4 to 18.
As much as we tell our story, the more we seem to have to tell it. So many young African Americans still do not know the price their ancestors paid for our space in America. And neither do their white counterparts.
At Unity Coalition|Coalición Unida’s fifth annual TRANSART show and conference, there will be international performance art, artists, authors, theater and a lot of inspiration designed to enlighten everyone in our community.
On Jan. 11, Florida’s new governor, Ron DeSantis, voted to pardon the Groveland Four. Although the pardon came 70 years too late for the four young black men falsely accused of raping a white woman, it was the right thing to do.