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What does it mean to be “authentic?” Are you connected to yourself enough to know if you are indeed living a life that is authentically you? Or, are you living a life sculpted from unresolved past pain and internal conflict? Do you know where to go to start the process of living a whole and […]

Black Ice Caused 5 Dead & 2 in Critical Condition On the morning of Saturday, February 2nd, five related children between the ages of 5 and 15 years-old are dead after a fatal car accident after the driver ran off northbound U.S. 301 into a wooded area, struck several trees, ejected five children from the […]

One of my most traumatic moments in life was when I entered high school and realized I had been placed into special education classes, then called SLRD (Slow Learning Reading Disability). I was told I could not read like the other students and needed to be in these classes where I was clearly and directly […]

Seems like the Mayor of Washington, D.C. isn’t much of a Mumbo Sauce. Mayor Muriel Bowser went took to Facebook to give her thoughts on the delicious Mumbo Sauce that’s heating up the DMV. On Tuesday night the Mayor posted “is anybody else annoyed by Mumbo sauce? I wish people would stop suggesting that it […]

Help Radio One feed thousands of our less fortunate neighbors this Thanksgiving by supporting our annual Food 4 Families campaign! Our goal: Distribute more than 4,000 turkey baskets to our partners at local churches and synagogues, fraternal organizations, community centers, social agencies and non-profit agencies. They in turn will distribute the baskets to needy families, […]

Mildred Muhammad is a mother, an international speaker, an author, and a domestic violence advocate. Yet, on the tag end of her introduction is always the most captivating and intriguing description of who she is; the ex-wife of D.C. sniper, John Lee Muhammad. The first few moments in her presence was a mixture of shock, […]

Young Mothers, Inc. & Love Queen Meko presents My story, My Choice… An up close and personal look into Domestic Violence & the people it affects. We all have a story to tell of ourselves. Wind down your weekend and spend a Sunday afternoon with Young Mothers, Inc. Executive Director, Kamille Bundy, Consultant and Author Meko Kelly […]

Imagine signing your child up for a team sport, believing the experience would teach them to even reinforce the good traits you want to be instilled in them to become successful and productive adults in society. Now, imagine the coach you trusted with your child’s development begins to yell and use profanity toward your child […]

History, and particularly Black history, is one of the hardest things to get people excited about. It is about things that have happened to us as a people, culture, and society in the past. Most would prefer to live in the future. However, we know that when you do not know your history, you are […]

Yessenia Leyva has an incredible story. If it were up to others to write, she would be immobile or worse, she would be dead. Fortunately, she decided that would not be her story and while physically challenged, she travels the world speaking and motivating others to live their best life. In addition, she educates and […]

The title of Dr. William “Flip” Clay’s book can very easily produce a side eye. “The Constipated Man” sounds like a manual for eliminating waste from your body. In some ways, it is, only its about eliminating the emotional waste that keeps men stuck in the hurt, trauma, and disappointment of their past. Flip speaks […]