Bob Moses, U.S. civil rights leader of the 1960s, dies at 86
By Daniel Trotta
Bob Moses, a civil rights leader who took part in some of the most significant campaigns for equality in the Deep South in the 1960s and later became an advocate for African Americans to succeed in math, died
NBA-Milwaukee wins first NBA title since 1971, Antetokounmpo named Finals MVP
By Frank Pingue
The Milwaukee Bucks, powered by a masterpiece from Greek forward Giannis Antetokounmpo, ended their 50-year wait for a second NBA championship with a 105-98 win over the visiting Phoenix Suns on Tuesday.
With the victory, the small-market Bucks clinched
The Faces of Harlem
The Scaffold: Equity of Treatment project wasn't just a response to covid lockdown like I had first thought but a culmination of experiences, lessons, stories and people that I've accumulated during the 20 years I've lived and raised my family
Ghana's Economic Ascent
Ghana has made meteoric strides in its economy. Over the past 4 years, GDP has grown by 6.08% annually and with it, education, health, and infrastructure have all improved. Prior to this jump in economic growth, Ghana’s economy had started
Greetings! His Excellency, President Nana Addo Dan-quah Akufo-Addo, in spirit. Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin, Okyenhene, represented by Samuel Atta Akeya Municipal Chief Executive Honorable Kojo Ofori-Safo. Municipal Education Director...