How many years of experience do you have in radio? I've been in radio since 2005. What are three of your hobbies? Running, mentoring, and thrifting. Where is your hometown? Shreveport, LA. What makes your personality unique? I have enough self-esteem to be myself, from my big hair, big heart, and even bigger mouth. If you attended college, where did you attend? Louisiana State University – Shreveport.
Really Rashida has gone from writing in her room, to self-publishing her own book, to working with a publishing company for her upcoming projects.
Ashley Janelle is a Jane of all trades. Real estate agent, marketing guru, and founder of Cleveland's premiere networking event, Talk and Taste. Hear how she balances it all inside.
The news station is so glamourous, right? WKCY Channel 3's AJ Ross gives us a behind-the-scenes look into television, and the grind it takes to rise up in the ranks.
Aside from this out of pocket and racist Papa John’s delivery driver complaining about getting a 21% tip, this incident happened in Sanford, FL…where George Zimmerman killed Trayvon Martin.
New York police were so hell bent on finding suspects in the 1989 rape of a white jogger in Central Park that they simply rounded up dozens of random black and Latino teens in the area and hauled them into headquarters for questioning.
The NRA and Congress (mostly Republicans) just outright said screw you to President Obama, the families of the Newtown, Conn. massacre victims and even 90 percent the American public that was in favor of sensible gun-control legislation.
While the world was watching the halftime show during the Super Bowl, Malcolm Shabazz, grandson of iconic civil rights activist Malcolm X, was getting arrested by the FBI.
In a lawsuit filed Friday (April 5) in Los Angeles Superior Court, a veteran African American executive accuses Fox Sports Corporate Group of racial discrimination, claiming it currently employs 34 executives above the VP level – and not one of them is black.
It is impossible for many of us not to have read books by the late Nigerian writer, Chinua Achebe, be it at school or out of interest (which was difficult to ignore).