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Prioritization of Jobs and Educational Welfare in the Eyes of Phalanx

Prioritization of Jobs and Educational Welfare in the Eyes of Phalanx

Phalanx Family Services is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping remove employment barriers for Chicago residents. The agency began working with low-income black communities in 2003 and continues to do so by consistently seeking funding for those in need of assistance. The organization’s prime objective¬†is finding permanent solutions needed to reverse the decline of Chicago’s […]

Sunbury Diva Phoebe Austin Plans First Official Video

Sunbury Diva Phoebe Austin Plans First Official Video

Rising star, Phoebe Austin, could not have expected the interest surrounding the making of her first official video in Sudbury, Suffolk, U.K. Even through Austin has long been the talk of her region, recently, things have taken another upward turn for her with her signing to Shlepp Entertainment. She is working with Stevie Eagle E, […]

Black Youth Assualted Over Confederate Flag Comment

Black Youth Assualted Over Confederate Flag Comment

During the Willamette Music Festival, a young man shared his dislike of the Confederate flag. He made the remark when a black Ford pickup drove through the festival’s campground waving the flag passed him. He yelled at the three white occupants of the vehicle telling them he did not like their flag. A verbal match […]

Citizenship Application Numbers Soar Since 2015 Elections

Citizenship Application Numbers Soar Since 2015 Elections

The number of U.S. citizenship applications have significantly increased since the 2105 primary election cycle. With the current president spouting his disdain for immigrants during his campaign and since Donald. J. Trump took office the numbers show a large increase in petitions for citizenship. The number of applicants, ages 18 and over, who filed for […]

Chicago Hope Academy Graduates Entrepenuers and Humanitarians

Chicago Hope Academy Graduates Entrepenuers and Humanitarians

Chicago Hope Academy is a program started by John Vaile, president of Vaile Financial Group, in the North Lawndale neighborhood, with the intent of inspiring teens to remain in their community and open businesses. Some schools are changing lives and taking their neighborhood back using a combination of education, athletics, and faith. One could proclaim […]

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