In an era where kids are overexposed and learning about life at a faster pace, seeing people who live and look like them doing good things, helps young people see themselves and their city in a positive and promising light.
Work Strife to Soft Life: How Local Content Creator Marquise Richards Relearned the Meaning of Self Care
Marquise Richards explains how “always on” can quickly turn into “always stressed”
Carlethia “Carlee” Russell of Hoover Alabama, disappeared on July 13th and returned home on July 15th. Poet's Press contributor Kim Russel pens a letter to Carlethia and others who are still missing.
As the founder of Love Now Media, I have spent the last few years exploring and creating media to transform lives and communities using the potent tool of love. My journey with the WOMEN'S WAY Narrative Fellowship was an inspiring testament to the transformative power of love-infused storytelling.
As the soft life movement continues to rise in the pandemic’s wake, Love Now Media announces the return of Lunch & Love, the media company’s four-part event series that will invite participants to explore the resistance of grind culture and living a “soft life.”
As the world moves beyond the pandemic, 2023 marks a pivotal moment for the future of the city of Philadelphia. Residents are casting their votes in the primary and general elections that will fill key civil servant roles which include the mayor, sheriff, municipal court, and a special election for city controller.
Pastry chef Kimberly Davis Cuthbert knew her life was about to be upended, but not this soon.
Recent studies in the wake of mass incarceration have indicated that the increase in imprisonment has not reduced crime or violence in the nation and may even be worsening conditions in many black and brown communities.
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King once said, “We must develop and maintain the capacity to forgive.”
The Bible says, “If you forgive others their transgressions, your heavenly Father will forgive you.”
And Mahatma Gandhi, the father of nonviolent resistance, once said, “The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.”
Cheryl Seay isn’t so sure about that.