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Missionary Hattitude Luncheon at Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.

By Ralph T. Newell Hats, Hats, Hats and more Hats equal a “Hattitude with a positive Attitude” when combined with a Spiritual flow and fun galore. The E.M. Williams Missionary Society of Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church, 2416 Lipscomb St.,…

Photographer captures 28 Days of Black Hair

By Desiree Montilla | Posted: Sat 1:16 AM, Feb 03, 2018       CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) — A local photographer created a 28 Days of Black Hair project to show the different hairstyles from the African-American community. Kori Price, the photographer behind the project,…

The 4th Annual Fashion Show 2017

The 4th Annual Fashion Show produced by Ms Lena Esme Rohlehr was held on Sunday, October 29, 2017, at The Front Street Civic Center in Melbourne. “In an effort to bring a show to the Melbourne/ Palm Bay area that…

Puerto Rican Day Parade a reminder: There’s work to do after Hurricane Maria

Florida’s 21st Annual Puerto Rican Day Parade, presented by United Third Bridge, Inc. drew thousands of spectators and participants in Palm Bay. It was followed by a festival of music, food, and more.  TIM SHORTT/ FLORIDA TODAY J.D. Gallop, FLORIDA TODAY…

Daily Bread Feeding Friends and Neighbors

By Janet Price The mission of Daily Bread is to serve the poor, the hungry and the homeless with dignity, a daily hot meal and access to hygiene services.  Together with community partners, Daily Bread provides food collection, distribution services…

Serving Our Sisters Spiritual Food Annual Tea Party

In April 2006, three of my colleagues and I started an organization to address nurses experiencing incivility and burnout. We felt that nurses needed to put oxygen on themselves before putting it on others. Serving Our Sisters Spiritual Food (SOSSF)…

53rd Anniversary of Mosley Grocery – Oldest Black Owned Business in Indian River County

One can name the “Mom & Pop” black-owned and operated businesses of yester year on one hand. Mosley Family Grocery is still standing as it celebrates 53 years of service to the Gifford Community. The Mosley’s were the 1st family…