For decades, black farmers fought the United States Department of Agriculture over racial discrimination. The farmers, mostly in the south, lost crops, their farms and their homes.
Pharrell Williams, 40 and Helen Lasichanh had a lavish wedding ceremony and reception Saturday, October 12th. The couple tied the knot in a secret ceremony in France in late August…
Having answers for anger we see in our three-year-olds is a start to helping to stop crimes “that happen” when they get older. Psychiatrists say anger—which leads to depression in children—is real. Recognizing the warning sign in our children early can help save lives.
Victor Eugene Butler, or “Gene” as he is known to most folks in the community, was well aware of the possible pitfalls and failure rates when he decided to forgo the corporate fast track, to go into business for himself. That was 20 years ago.
FORT WAYNE—Last week, a group of area business, spiritual and public sector leaders announced a new initiative aimed at helping at-risk male adults secure and maintain long-term employment.
Black women are murdered by men, often their present or past husbands or lovers, at a rate that is nearly three times the murder rate of white women killed by men, according to a report by the Violence Policy Center.
ATLANTA—Popular web series Mommy Uncensored won the First Place Web Series Jury Award at this year’s Hollywood Black Film Festival (Oct. 2 through Oct. 6). When asked about being selected to screen at the festival, Fort Wayne native Justin Jordan, who directs/shoots/edits the ArtistDirector production with his wife Charity, said, “We’re honored to be part […]
After close to four decades, Vietnam veterans in Fort Wayne and the Tri-state area are getting an official Vietnam Veterans of America Homecoming Celebration, slated for 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 5 at Parkview Field.