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We had both the honor & pleasure to be a special guest at the 2022 HBCU Presidents Dinner in Washington, D.C. Here's what went down.

  This week on the Community Affairs Show Cheryl Jackson talks with Dr. Vikki Johnson about Spiritual and Practical ways to combat anxiety.   Current life situations has many people experiencing anxiety and panic attacks at an alarming rate.  Soul Wealth Coach, Dr. Vikki Johnson shares the dangers of this emotion and how we can use […]

In Fairfax County, Virginia, police officers aggressively approached and pointed their guns at a bystander who was filming them. The post Fairfax Cops Busted For Aiming Guns At ‘Juvenile’ Filming Arrest In Virginia Viral Video: ‘You Have A Weapon’ appeared first on NewsOne.

This week on the Community Affairs Show Cheryl Jackson speaks with the Director of The District of Columbia Housing Authority, Brenda Donald.  Born and raised here in DC, Donald shares the vision and mission to preserve, rehabilitate and redevelop Public Housing in DC.  They have created a plan to focus on people, properties and program […]

Howard University has acquired a historic collection of photos by visionary Gordon Parks. The post Howard Acquires Historic Collection Of Gordon Parks’ Photographs appeared first on NewsOne.

D.C. filed a lawsuit in January 2020 alleging that Trump's inaugural committee improperly spent nonprofit funds.

After being 30 years in the making, Black-ish actor Anthony Anderson celebrates graduating from Howard University. 

Rest In Power: On his birthday we remember the life of Dwayne Haskins. Take a look at these loving photos with wife Kalabrya as well as his time playing for DC...

On Sunday nights show, the Salisbury native sang remember me from the movie Coco, that is because Sunday night's theme was Disney related.

This is the first time the vice president was able to attend an Easter service in person due to COVID-19. 

Trailblazing basketball legend Earl Lloyd—the first Black player to compete in an NBA game—was recently honored by the city of Alexandria.

Maryland's legendary-yet-forgotten Elktonia Beach will soon be given proper treatment after the five-acre property was recently confirmed to be getting developed into a history-themed waterfront park in Annapolis.