With a historic eviction crisis looming over cities across America, its citizens are bracing for the very possible reality that by the end of 2021 more Americans per capita could be homeless than in any other period in history since the Great Depression. While the societal issues of access to affordable housing, the criminalization of…
One such art form that has roots and precedence in the sphere of urban political expression is the world of public art; graffiti and murals send simple yet loaded messages to the masses through highly trafficked areas and concentrated, captivating spaces. Beyond their practical uses, these art forms make use of the very social environment…
Have you heard of ATK? He recently performed at OUT40's Juneteenth event last month. We got a chance to catch up with him. Check it out! Check out our Youtube for the full interview!
Soul Street, a new community for black-owned businesses, introduced Frederick’s first black-owned farmer’s market.
See which artists have been grinding this year and are expected to have a great, musical summer. Check it out!
June 19th is Freedom Day.
Leona Bonsu is a new vlogger who launched her blog, The Makings of Leona, during COVID season. The blog consists of style, beauty and everyday life. Check out part 1 of the Getaway vlog!
What started as a minority-based farmer’s market became even better. Introducing Frederick’s Soul Street, a community for black-owned businesses committed to empowering those to gain access to resources.
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The Let’s Ketchup Podcast celebrated its one year in production with star guest Jane Elliott! On the day of Martin Luther King’s assassination, the third grade teacher conducted a racial experiment in the classroom that would define her 60-year career and commitment to ending racism. [LISTEN: Let’s Ketchup Podcast Premiere!] [READ: Podcasts of Frederick!] Jane Elliott is…