When first coming to America, African immigrants often feel conflicted with balancing their new life with their culture.
Adjusting to American culture while still practicing traditional African customs in your home can be challenging.
Returning to your homeland to uplift the community is a common practice among any Africans.
African entrepreneurs are pathing the way for the their generation following to continue rising the bar.
Though Christians are the minority faith group in Palestine, those that stand firm in their faith are a force to be reckoned with. Christians from all generations participate in the ongoing resistance to Israeli aggression and are pressing the movement for a free Palestine forward.
Lake Placid small businesses are thriving despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Even though the tourism and hospitality industries are what keep the economy going in Palestine, it’s social workers that uphold the well-being of Palestinians.
Urban agriculture, or food production inside of a city, has grown by more than 30 percent in the past 30 years creating more opportunities for food sustainability.
America’s abandoned spaces can live second lives as community-building projects.
International film festival back in extended hybrid capacity.