Kid Killebrew: The Sneakerhead Superhero

There is something nostalgic about opening a box of new sneakers: the anticipation as you peel back the paper, pluck them from the box, spin them around in your hand in admiration, and take in that fresh sneaker smell. He’s never forgotten the confidence he felt as a child when he stepped into a new pair. “I felt like a Superhero,” shared Killebrew, “especially when I played ball. It may sound like a small thing, but it can be a big feeling, particularly to underprivileged children.” He wanted to give that feeling to youth in need.

The Phoenix

Delve into a poignant poem reflecting the complexities of self-perception and inner truth. Explore themes of introspection, resilience, and empowerment as the poet navigates the labyrinth of identity.

World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia Embarks on New Era with Thomas Young at the Helm

By strengthening the support for minority businesses and enhancing the city’s infrastructure, Young envisions Philadelphia not just as a participant but as a leader in international dialogue. The city will be poised to offer its businesses the world’s stage – thereby giving access, opportunity, and empowerment for a more inclusive and interconnected global economy.

First 48: A Love Letter to Missing Black Women and Girls

“First 48: A Love Letter to Missing Black Women and Girls” is a poignant reflection on the critical 48 hours after a disappearance. With references to Breonna Taylor, Sandra Bland, and Korryn Gaines, this heartfelt piece emphasizes the importance of saying her name, standing for justice, and the relief when a missing Black woman is found.

Juneteenth: Love & Liberty

As many honor and celebrate Juneteenth, Kim Russell’s, “Juneteenth: Love & Liberty,” challenges Independence Day narratives. Explore the profound celebration of Black liberation and freedom, reflecting on historical complexities. Russell’s words echo the unapologetic spirit of Juneteenth, inviting you to partake in a jubilee that transcends timelines and honors the audacity of Black joy.

God Forgives, I Don’t  

Embark on a compelling journey of self-redemption in the face of betrayal and pain. Witness the transformation from emotional battle scars to inner strength as the author navigates the complexities of forgiveness, opting for a path of self-empowerment and invoking strength when necessary. A poignant odyssey revealing the innate fortitude within.

Angels: A Love Letter

By Kim Russell

She was a Happy One.
A gift from God with a smile that could light up a room.