Photos by Erma Belt FORT WAYNE—Jalen Morris, grandson of the late community activist Mary L. Morris, proudly displays a sign that will commemorate his grandmother. Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry made a presentation dedicating a section of an area street to Morris at a July 25 meeting of the Indiana Democrat African American Caucus at […]
FORT WAYNE—Members of the community celebrated the legacy and message of liberation and pride taught by the late Malcolm X—el-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz—at a commemorative event, May 19, at Weisser Park Community Center, on what would have been the visionary leader’s 90th birthday. People of all ages marked the important date in history in a […]
This past Saturday from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., at the American Legion Post 148, we all came together, in the name of love, to help benefit Frost Illustrated.
FORT WAYNE—Some deserving students recently got help with their future academic careers, thanks to a stalwart community organization with more than a half century legacy of serving young people. On June 1, the Advisory Council of the Jennings Recreation Center (aka the Jennings Center), 1330 McCulloch St., awarded three area students with scholarships during the […]
A Tea Party you need to know about, in the name of Love Whatz up babies? In the Frost Illustrated edition that came to you on April 04, 2014 the spotlight was shined on the women of Phoenix Manor to acknowledge them for Loving Thy Neighbor and we had such a wonderful time together […]
Story and Photos by Jeanie Summerville (except as otherwise noted–thanks to Young Lions Media Group for additional photos) Whatz up babies? As promised, here are more photos and information from the Velvet Rope Beauty & Barber Battle and Community Exposition event (Click here to read my spotlight which appears in the April 9 edition of […]