Doulas and Midwives Combat Statistics by Supporting Expecting Black, Hispanic and Non-White Mothers Amidst Pandemic — Carvd N Stone
Doulas and midwives join forces to provide emotional and physical support for expecting mothers during pandemic.
Medical College of Wisconsin provides facts on COVID-19, including travel tips, information about the vaccines, and debunking myths concerning the virus.
More Black People are Embracing Plant Parenthood and Creating Green Spaces in their Communities — Carvd N Stone
The Black community embraces plant parenthood amid pandemics while educating their respected communities.
The Nurse Power Network promoting resources and educational tools for people in the health industry
Interview with social media gardening guru, Gardening with Goo who is highlighting growing gardens in the communities
“I’m following the path that was destined for me.”
In a world where Black representation is far in between and is demanded more in the workplace, Bozoma Saint John has been taking over, one high heel at a time.
The marketing executive has not stopped conquering the corporate world, despite America’s lack of diversity in the workplace that is failing Black women. Currently, Saint John is the new Chief Marketing Officer for Netflix, being the company’s 3rd CMO in the last year. Before then, she...
Young Entrepreneur Cameron Jackson of Millennial Park Establishes Wealth in His Community — Carvd N Stone
Feature piece on a young entrepreneur opening a shipping container food market in Louisiana
Activists fighting against environmental injustice
Commemorating Women's Equality Day with female friendship
It was time for the preliminary election in Louisiana, with the votes tallied up past midnight on Saturday, July 11.
The city of Baton Rouge said “Yes” to the East Baton Rouge Parish Law Enforcement District, Louisiana Property Tax Renewal. This new tax will be a special property tax of $373 per $100,000 of assessed property value for ten years until the end of 2030 to fund the East Baton Rouge Parish Law Enforcement District.
Joe Biden won the Democratic vote for the state of Louisiana, with...
School shutdowns due to the Coronavirus pandemic have affected over 56 million students in the US, and their families. A new school year begins in Fall, and most US schools still do not have a detailed plan for reopening.
“It’s scary,” said Linda Carpenter, a fifth grade teacher at El Rincon Elementary School in Culver City, California. “We are supposed to hear the plans the first week of July—that’s less than eight weeks before the new school year.”
The Los Angeles School District has a task...
Racism is the oppression that is killing the Black community mentally and physically.
The Black community is dealing with two viruses: COVID-19 and racism. Both are killing us. Black people have reportedly been dying at a rapidly higher rate with COVID-19, with 75% of the frontline workers being people of color. A frontline worker, a Black EMT, was killed in her home while resting from working tirelessly caring for the ones who contracted the virus.
The community was shocked over her death. W...
On a trip to New York City, friends and business partners Raina Vallot and Sherin Dawud rode the subway; something that all New Yorkers and most tourists do. New York City’s homeless population is almost six times that of the entire state of Louisiana.
They saw homeless people camped out in the stations, and the Louisiana natives started thinking about how they could help vulnerable women in their home state. They dived into research, finding insights on period poverty and the lack of access ...