Kaliah Ballon-Leo

by Terry Watson | November 19th, 2021
Kaliah Ballon-Leo

Her goal is to maintain a humble spirit and take on all the characteristics of God’s personality and heart. She also aims to dominate the kingdom of God. That is who Kaliah Ballon-Leo is. The current Anderson, SC resident was actually born and raised in Jersey City, New Jersey. She holds a Master’s Degree in […]

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Tanisha Bankston

Dorjae' McClammey | November 19th, 2021
Tanisha Bankston

According to Merriam Webster and its definition of abuse, it can be characterized as a corrupt action or custom, improper, excessive use of treatment, or physical maltreatment. It may also use language that condemns or vilifies, usually unjustly, intemperately, and angrily. Although an abuser can possess these traits, the victim does not have to carry […]

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Ira Warren

Ira Warren | November 19th, 2021
Ira Warren

Ira Warren says she is fearfully and wonderfully made when asked who she is. She is a royal priesthood and born of God. She is alive in Christ and free from the law of sin and death. She was bought with a price and to have dominion over the earth. Ira, a mother of ten […]

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Anjelah Evans

Ellen Richardson | November 19th, 2021
Anjelah Evans

Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all the earth: make a loud noise, and rejoice, and sing praise – Psalm 98:4 (King James Version). Few inspiring women have a testimony like that of Christian songstress, actress, and amazing child of God Anjelah Evans. This Gary, Indiana native, grew up dreaming about becoming a singer […]

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Kim Alexander

Arielle Kilgore | September 20th, 2021
Kim Alexander

Often times there isn’t much that can be done to prevent a miscarriage from happening, but have we ever considered how women and families are to recover from such loss? According to the US nonprofit “March of Dimes”, approximately 10-15% of detected pregnancies end in miscarriage, and about 1 in 100 women experience repeat miscarriages. […]

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Alasha Bennett

Alasha Bennett | September 20th, 2021
Alasha Bennett

At just 25 years old, Alasha started her first business in Portsmouth, Virginia. “In the early 2000’s there were basically no natural hair care salons,” she recalls. Alasha filled that niche by becoming a natural hair care stylist, and quickly became highly sought after for her outstanding services. Her business flourished and, with her new […]

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Chief Brian James

Ellen Richardson | July 19th, 2021
Chief Brian James

The 23rd chief of the Greensboro Police Department Brian James, is a perfect picture of following the Yellow Brick Road of Success. Born in Northeast Greensboro, James was raised in the realm of responsibility by both his mother as well as his hard-working grandparents. Beginning a life of “doing his part to help his family” […]

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ChildHoodLost Entertainment Group

Gamal Williams | July 19th, 2021
ChildHoodLost Entertainment Group

Steve Gardner was one of the lucky ones growing up in South Philadelphia. At age six, his mother fell ill, yet Steve wasn’t swept up into the foster care system, another Black child endlessly waiting for a rescue that rarely comes. Family members, including the mother of his half-brother, Kaliek Hayes, stepped in and raised […]

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Eric Watson

Gamal Williams | July 19th, 2021
Eric Watson

A young man is hanging out in his neighborhood with some friends. The group are approached by two officers, and what started as a calm conversation, quickly turned hostile. One of the officers told the group to leave the area and go home. The teenager informed the police that he and his friends were in […]

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SCLC-NC – Change Is Happening

by Terry Watson | July 19th, 2021
SCLC-NC – Change Is Happening

From the conception of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, North Carolina has lead by example of what it means to be a freedom fighter. Dr. Golden Frinks served as the first president of the state organization. He was instrumental in integrating several Jim Crowe organizations and commercial sites. Dr. Frink’s was the national Field Secretary […]

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