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Round of Applause This Women’s History Month For Hosanna 4 Youth Founder, Angine Moss, Who Continues to Serve Victims of Sexual Crimes, even more, Post Pandemic.

As rich as Black community culture is, we often miss the opportunities to shine a light on sexual crimes and exploitation that plague our communities. This Women’s History Month, we are celebrating and shining a light on community Shero and Founder of Hosanna 4 Youth, Angine Moss. Hosanna 4 Youth is a 501 c (3) non-profit organization that offers programs, community outreach and fundraising to provide support for victims of molestation, incest, rape, sex trafficking and domestic violence. According to Rainn.org, “Of the sexual abuse cases reported to law enforcement, 93% juvenile victims knew the perpetrator, specifically, 59% were acquaintances, 34% were family members and seven percent were strangers to the victim. […]


5 Stars For 4 Female Pioneers Involved in Debuting “Let The Good Times Rolle”, Broward’s First Ever Drive In Play

In celebration of Women’s History Month, as a tribute to the many talents of Emmy Award-winning actress and Pompano Beach native Esther Rolle, the original play Let the Good Times Rolle: The Life and Legacy of Esther Rolle at 100 was the first of its kind. Dubbed the first socially distanced drive-in, outdoor event, 4 Broward women had their BIG BOSS GIRL energy on full display. Held at the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center (AARLCC), located at 2650 Sistrunk Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale, Broward County attendees had a chance to enjoy the legendary story of Esther Rolle on the big stage while watching safely from their vehicles. […]

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White supremacists infiltrate demonstration disguised as peaceful protestors

Once again mainstream media fails to tell our story accurately. They are failing to highlight the peaceful protests & vigils being held across the country to honor George Floyd. Subsequently, they are failing to account for how these peaceful protests are continuously becoming more and more violent as night falls. I am challenging media outlets to show the connection between these protests and how it relates to police brutality & systemic racism that has been in place since 1863 when slavery “abolished.” […]