What Black Love Looks Like

by Terry Watson | July 21st, 2020
What Black Love Looks Like

To accomplish almost anything in life, a purpose is required. Yet, in order for a purpose is to be fulfilled, a sound and trusted direction must be first established. It must also be defined. Cory Graves of Greensboro, NC has assembled a group of diverse professional men and women to form the team of SFCDefined […]

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Promises Huff

by Terry Watson | July 21st, 2020
Promises Huff

Promises Huff is a wife, mother, pet owner, and a whole lot more. She has positioned herself as a force to be reckoned within her community. She is also the owner of Speak Life Mentorship & Life Coaching. The author and certified Life and Re-Entry Coach is originally from Raeford, N.C., but currently resides in […]

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Andrea Pitts

Dawn Cauthen-Thornton | May 22nd, 2020
Andrea Pitts

Andrea Pitts of Nashville, TN is a burn survivor, community advocate, and very kind hearted person. She also believes in the power of a simple smile and laughter from the heart, and thrives off making others smile with positivity and helping those who are less fortunate. These are all qualities that assist her with managing […]

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Tamica Hughes

Dawn Cauthen-Thornton | March 19th, 2020
Tamica Hughes

Transforming the thought process of a teen or pre-teen girl, is at the forefront of Tamica Hughes’ mind. Especially if they’re pregnant or expecting. They’re often broken, confused, and unsure of their future and that of their unborn child. The non-profit organization, Level-Up Parenting, was created in 2019, by Hughes, to tackle the daily struggles […]

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Brandon Fame

by Crystal Kelly | January 23rd, 2020
Brandon Fame

Morehouse College graduate, Brandon M. Frame, is a man that is motivated by M.K. Asante’s quote, “Once you make an observation you have an obligation.” While attending Morehouse College Frame observed that there was a need for mentorship for young boys of color attending middle school. He created a youth males mentorship group called Voice. […]

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Cameron Tillman

by Crystal Kelly | January 23rd, 2020
Cameron Tillman

Cameron J. Tillman (Cam) is a young and talented jazz and gospel musician. He has recently relocated to Atlanta, GA. He was born on May 15, 2005, in Hartford, CT. He is the only child to his single mother, Crystal Kelly. As a young child Cam has enjoyed music. At church he would sing and […]

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Shirley Crawford

by Terry Watson | September 19th, 2019
Shirley Crawford

Due to the fact that she wears so many hats, it can be quite challenging to describe Shirley “Shirl-E” Crawford with only a few words. Her constant devotion to her family and community speaks volumes of how she has impacted the lives of so many individuals. Still, there is more work that has to be […]

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Nikki Barkley

by Terry Watson | July 17th, 2019
Nikki Barkley

For those looking for a way to put an exclamation point on their summer vacation, the End of the Summer Music Festival that is taking place on September 8th, 2019 is a great way to do so. Now celebrating its 5th Year Anniversary, founder Nikki Barkley shares the event began with an idea she played […]

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Portia Shipman

Junios Smith | July 17th, 2019
Portia Shipman

In 2008, Shipman founded the Sherri Denese Jackson Foundation for the Prevention of Domestic Violence, Inc. after her friend’s body was found buried in a backyard in 2008. Jackson was murdered by her ex-boyfriend, DeCarlo Bennett in 2006, but her whereabouts were unknown for months until Bennett made an announcement. “June 26 made it 11 […]

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Creative Source Management Inc.

Dawn Cauthen-Thornton | May 15th, 2019
Creative Source Management Inc.

Dr. Erika Hendrix is a woman of many talents. She was previously introduced to the readers as a minister, radio host, and a theology instructor. Now, she’s ready to showcase a different hat she wears as the Owner and Executive Director of Creative Management Source, Inc., a mental health agency started in 2006 with the […]

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