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Little Known Black History Fact – Jackie Ormes

Representation in the arts matters, as evidenced by presence of rising stars Nilah Magruder, the first Black woman to write for Marvel Comics, and Aphton Corbin, a storyboard artist for Pixar. These talented women have their own respective creative influences, but...

Wellness Check – Why Journal?

In this often overwhelming world we live in, finding effective ways to manage mental health is crucial. One powerful and accessible tool is journaling. This simple practice involves regularly writing down thoughts, feelings, and experiences, and can be a...

Little Known Black History Fact – Lester Young

Lester “Pres” Young passed 60 years ago, but he is still considered a true jazz giant. The Mississippi-born saxophonist’s birthday is August 27, 1909.Young grew up in New Orleans and by the time he was in his teens, he’d joined his father’s vaudeville band. At 18,...

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