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Makuyo chose the name Siika for her products as an homage to wealth in terms of culture, tradition and rituals. “As a communal people, rituals are what Africans and Indigenous Americans cherished before colonization. It’s what connected us. (Courtesy of Makuyo)

Makuyo’s SIIKA Herb + Honey Honors Her Matriarchs By Intermingling Taste And Tradition

“I can trace working with plants and herbs directly through these women,” says the entrepreneur. The post Makuyo’s SIIKA Herb +...

Col. Anita Kimbrough credits her family and community for her continued success. (Courtesy of Anita Kimbrough) 

Anita Kimbrough: Making History While Serving Her Country

Promotion to colonel in the U.S. Dental Corps is the latest milestone reached by this African-American woman. The post Anita Kimbrough:...

Unchained: Artist’s Exhibition Reflects Spirituality, Black Activism

Tyronda Jamestyrondajames@minorityreporter.net Allan Rohan Crite was a Boston-based African American artist, whose art reflects the pursuit...

Jackson State University is recognized as a cutting-edge institution, and that began when John A. Peoples Jr. launched its meteorology department in 1975. The rigorous program has paved the way for hundreds of black meteorologists and continues to shape the next generation of weather forecasters. (H.T. Sampson Library JSU Archives & Special Collections)

How One Man Sparked An ‘Evolution And Revolution’ In Meteorology

John A. Peoples Jr. led the push to make Jackson State University a cutting-edge institution, starting with meteorology. The post How One...

Nevo Abutbul started training as a mentalist at age nine and is the youngest performer in his field. (Courtesy of Sarit&lorens)

Meet The Teenage Mentalist Out To Conquer The World

Seventeen-year-old Nevo Abutbul talks about what makes a mentalist great, and why it’s not magic. The post Meet The Teenage Mentalist...

“I didn’t know I had a lane in boxing. I looked up to the males. It made me more comfortable knowing that there was a Laila Ali and that there was an Anne Wolfe. said Claressa Shields. “To see a woman boxing actually gave me more encouragement to fulfill my dreams. I wanted to have achievements and commercials and magazine covers — just like Serena Williams, but just in boxing.” (Sean Jorgensen/Salita Promotions)

Boxer Claressa Shields Fights For Survivors Of Abuse And Water-Starved Flint, Michigan

"Kids who ... had that struggle where their parents weren’t there ... I was one of those kids," said Shields. The post Boxer Claressa...

“People go through many hiccups in life, but the key is not to stop at that hiccup,” said Evelyn Wilson, 80, who will have been abstinent from alcohol and cocaine use for 50 years in May. “My philosophy is the better you feel about yourself the better you’ll treat yourself.” (Courtesy of Evelyn Wilson)

‘Gangsta Grandma’ Uses Lived Experience To Rehabilitate Lovingly 

“I believe to this day that God wants me to be clean and sober,” says Wilson, whose substance abuse ended on May 19, 1972. The post...

Greater Rochester Chapter of American Red Cross “Gives Life” to Sickle Cell Patient

Carol Elizabeth Owenscarolelizabeth@minorityreporter.net The Greater Rochester American Red Cross (Red Cross) entered Stephanie...

Breaking the Silence of Sickle Cell Disease

By Tracie Isaactracieisaac@minorityreporter.net In October of 2005, Caroline Matondo and her husband welcomed their newborn baby girl into...

Strong Advocate for Sickle Cell Awareness and Education

By:Telisha McIntyreTelishamcintyre@minorityreporter.net Sharee Turpin, diagnosed with the Sickle cell disease (SCD) around the age of 2 is...