More than 100 community members gathered in Harris Park last weekend to honor and continue to fight for justice for Ryan Stokes, a man killed by a Kansas City Police Department officer in 2013.
If there is one thing rapper Walter Edwin, also known as the Popper, is known for, it’s his absolute dedication and pride for Kansas City.
Five Kansas City-based organizations have joined forces to address the ongoing disparities Black entrepreneurs face.
A s quiet as it’s kept, Kansans will head to the polls on Tues., Nov. 2 to fill positions on the important positions that lead our cities and direct the education of our children. While these elections may not be as high profile and big budget as last year's elections, these even-year (the l…
Cornell Ellis’ goal is to eventually shake hands with every single Black male educator in the Kansas City metro area and let them know there is an organization specifically to support them in their teaching career.
Local nonprofit Groundwork NRG is preparing to launch an internet hotspot and computer lending technology library. The library will provide a free source of connectivity for Wyandotte County residents who might not otherwise have internet access.
Four veterans who have made outstanding contributions through their service while in uniform and through their work in the community, will be recognized as part of a month-long, local program planned in honor of National Veterans & Military Families Month. Veterans from our community sel…
AJ Morris is a graduate transfer 6-foot-3, 180-pound point guard on the Newman University Jets basketball team. Morris received his bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications from Alcorn State University before transferring to Newman to pursue a master’s in Business Administration.