Cervical Cancer Attacks Black Women Harder: Here’s Why

      The number of women who die from cervical cancer in the United States may be higher than previously believed, and the risk is greatest among older and Black women, a new study finds.” This is a preventable disease and women should not be getting it, let alone dying from it,” study leader Anne Rositch, an assistant professor of epidemiology at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, said in a Hopkins news release. […]

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Superstar Illusionist Leon Etienne Brings Magic Rock’s to Pompano Beach Cultural Center

    The Pompano Beach Cultural Center is proud to present a thrilling, family-friendly magic show that blends rock n’ roll rhythms with mesmerizing illusions. Leon Etienne burst onto the scene during Season 8 of America’s Got Talent, dazzling the judges with his sleight of hand, unmatched creativity, and rock star showmanship. Since then, he has been travelling the globe, thrilling audiences wherever he goes.  Florida fans will get the opportunity to enjoy his vastly entertaining Magic Rocks! show on Saturday, March 11, 2023. Tickets are $10 to $25 and are available at […]



     The writers and directors of this amazing, tech-savvy mystery thriller know how to cut things close. That’s because they were the editors on the cult classic Searching. Back in 2018, that taut dra/hor/mys starred John Cho and built its fear from the ground up—with normal people. That movie’s writer/director Aneesh Chaganty and co-writer Sev Ohanian produced this new spawn. That movie’s editors, Will Merrick and Nick Johnson, wrote and directed Missing. A very modern feel for storytelling using electronic components is being passed along in this standalone sequel. […]

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SunDown Law

      SunDown laws are another blemish to our great union’s history. When President George W. Bush spoke at the opening of the African American museum he said, “A great nation does not hide its history. It faces its flaws, and corrects them.”  We have a responsibility to know our Black history, so we can share it with the younger generations. We were not taught about Sundown laws in school. That does not suggest that our kids can’t learn about it from us! The current trend toward “Erasing” history to teach just the pretty parts is a Clarion call for our action. If we don’t know Our History, we are doomed to learn “His-Story! […]