On a mild winter night, I decided to drop into a Harlem pop up centering cannabis entrepreneurs, and a growing community. … Keep Reading
Cornbread is a staple in the US cuisine. The journey of it becoming an important dish transports cornbread between Africans, Natives and colonies of the Americas.
Two years ago around this time, my feet hurt like hell.
In 2015, I took a seasonal job at Bloomingdale’s to supplement my paltry adjunct professor and part-time researcher income. I was on the job market, but had yet to land a job that I wanted.
I was hungry and playing on Instagram.
It was too late to forage food outside, so I looked at food photographs. No, it did not satisfy my hunger, instead it made me think.
Today, the recipe for voter suppression wafts the air at polling stations.
From purging voter rolls to police intimidation are reports coming in from Alabama.
Chicken Pastilla (or Bastilla) is warka pastry filled with savory slow cooked chicken, spices and nuts … but get this, it is dusted with powdered sugar and spices making it sweet, savory, buttery and crunchy.
That is Casablanca in a dish.
Open enrollment for health insurance started Nov 1, and runs through Dec 15. As a reminder, make sure to renew or sign up for coverage by Friday, December 15.
But, if you rely on the current Administration to remind citizens, forget about it. Even the Obamas remind people to enroll into a health insurance program by its deadline.
African Americans who could not vote as late as last month file into polling stations to cast a vote in the contested Alabama U.S. Senate race between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones.
The silent game changer, once again, are African American voters who make up 27 percent of the population.
Research found that our body is design to squat over a toilet rather than sit on it.
As children, we instinctively crouched down when the time came to eliminate, which is why this position is still practiced by the majority of the world. From Korea to the Compton blocks, squatting is a natural resting position.
CARICOM, a group of Caribbean communities working to strengthen the economic impact of fifteen islands, recently facilitated meetings for a five-year pilot initiative, the Caribbean Fisheries Co-Management Project (CARIFO).
CARIFCO partners Japan with fisherfolk on several islands to source and manage fisheries responsibly. The project launched in 2013.