The Point College Preparatory and Leadership Academy

Dr. Marrissa Dick | November 14th, 2018
The Point College Preparatory and Leadership Academy

What happens to a dream deferred? The prolific Harlem Renaissance poet Langston Hughes asked that question in protest of racial injustice. Decades later, injustice continues to exist, and two local leaders have decided to do something about it through education. Meet Pastor Tacuma and Dr. Michelle Johnson visionary founders of The College Preparatory Leadership Academy, […]

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Cable Dickerson

by Terry Watson | November 14th, 2018
Cable Dickerson

Author Cable Dickerson describes herself as a woman determined to show love, honor, respect and appreciation to her creator with her life. She is also very expressive and openly displays with the world, every talent and gift placed inside her. Those close to her would say Cable is charismatic, innovative, supportive, and unstoppable. She is […]

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Danny Rogers for Guilford County Sheriff

Dr. Marrissa Dick | September 13th, 2018
Danny Rogers for Guilford County Sheriff

The team to Elect Danny Rogers for Guilford County Sheriff 2018 would like to thank everyone who came out to vote in support of his nomination for Guilford County Sheriff. They are prayerful everyone will show that same type of enthusiasm and loyalty in the November general election by casting their vote for Danny Rogers, […]

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Patrycya K. Williams – Power Moves Awards Gala

by Terry Watson | September 13th, 2018
Patrycya K. Williams – Power Moves Awards Gala

Patrycya Williams has done it again. On August 18, 2018 she held the 2nd Annual Power Moves Awards Gala at the Omni Hotel in Nashville, TN. The event, which has grown in popularity and anticipation, is designed to spotlight ordinary people within the Nashville and surrounding areas for doing extraordinary things. Patrycya also uses it […]

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Purdue Peace Project – Part Three

Dr. Marrissa Dick | September 13th, 2018
Purdue Peace Project – Part Three

In this August/September issue of the Huami Magazine we will discuss the qualitative stories of the people who live inside of our community. We will utilize the theory of phenomenology to narrate their personal subjectivity as Black men and Black women who have survived traumatic experiences within their own communities at the hands of their […]

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Robin Shockley

by Terry Watson | September 13th, 2018
Robin Shockley

Robin Shockley describes herself as a small town girl who loves life to the fullest, and is living her dreams one day at a time. She is a native of Berea, South Carolina and is the founder of Focus Forward with Robin, a movement to help people of all races and genders move forward in […]

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Stormi Harmon – Live 2 Serve

by Terry Watson | September 13th, 2018
Stormi Harmon – Live 2 Serve

Greenville, South Carolina native, Stormi Harmon is the kind of person that is likely to leave a lifelong impression with almost everyone she meets. She is a wife, mother, home school educator, Doula, Health Educator, Herbalist, Vaginal Steam Facilitator, and healer. She is also the founder and owner of Live 2 Serve, a beautiful umbrella […]

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W.O.K.E. After School Program at Sterling

by Terry Watson | September 13th, 2018
W.O.K.E. After School Program at Sterling

Chameka Duncan is a native of Spartanburg, South Carolina but now calls Greenville home. She is a quiet, introverted woman of God who loves to serve. For many years, she was very comfortable with being behind the scenes and “making things happen”. However, the calling on her life has pushed her from the back to […]

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Carolyn Crews

Toya Moore | September 13th, 2018
Carolyn Crews

That’s not the kind of thing one would expect to ordinarily hear. However, that’s exactly what Carolyn Crews message has been for quite some time. She is a published author who has used life experiences, both good and bad to write a story of sorts in her first work titled, “I Shot My Dad”. The […]

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Mata Crawford

by Terry Watson | July 16th, 2018
Mata Crawford

Greenville, South Carolina native Tabatha “Ma’ta” Crawford is a prime example of today’s multifaceted woman. She is a devoted mother, wife, daughter, sister, entrepreneur, and community advocate. She is an also a woman of faith and attends Kingdom Descendants Missionary Church and is a member of Long Branch Baptist Church and is an honorary member […]

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