Obama is leaving office and it would be crazy to think that he was and is the most divisive president in the history of the United States, as some have proclaimed. … More Experiencing Obama’s Division
The city of Trenton is hosting a Homesteading Homebuyers’ Workshop for first time home purchasers and non-residents who are interested in helping Trenton in its effort to beautify the city and to make it a place where people want to live. According to a press release published on the city’s website, http://www.trentonnj.org, the Homesteading Homebuyers’ … More Trenton’s Homesteading Pilot Program Looks To Help First Time Homebuyers and Attract Non-Residents.
How do we empower parents, strengthen families, and nurture healthy youth in Trenton? This was one of the core questions young leaders thought deeply about at a gathering designed to foster solutions to problems facing Trenton. … More Youth Leaders, Teachers, Politicians, and Civic Leaders Talk Change At Thomsena’s Takeout
Ministers, artists and activist staged a #diein at Quaker Bridge Mall in Lawerenceville, N.J., on Saturday, Dec. 6. … More #Diein at Quaker Bridge Mall
Some white parents can no longer dismiss hip-hop as a black genre of music nor can they ignore its influence on white youth. It has been calculated: white youth purchase about 70-80 percent of hip-hop music (full disclosure: this metric system has been disputed). However, despite the dispute of who bought what, Tom Barnes, editorialist … More It’s No Longer A Black Thing: Some White Parents Can No Longer Dismiss Hip-hop Music.