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Gregory Gray reflects on a lifetime of public service

Gregory Gray reflects on a lifetime of public service

May. 30 | By Isaac Peterson Contributing Writer   “I think the one thing that links most of my career in public service has been some type of advocacy or support for communities of color and low-income communities,” says Gregory Gray, looking back...

Clearly, Black Americans can succeed at anything

Clearly, Black Americans can succeed at anything

Jun. 12 |     To all of you feeding your children that fib that we are inferior to White people and will never be successful, please stop the madness. I was talking to someone last night who told me the reason we (African Americans) cannot succeed...

Cherishing the memory of a mother lost to Alzheimer’s

Cherishing the memory of a mother lost to Alzheimer’s

Nov. 17 |     Clarissa Walker’s life a legacy her daughter shares with the community   By Neva Walker Contributing Writer I recall my mom once saying to me, “Baby the hardest thing is, I’m losing myself because without your memories...