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Build for Survival:The fight for Economic inclusion

Build for Survival: The ongoing fight for human rights and Economic inclusion BUILD FOR SURVIVAL was created to raise capital from the public for the development of a high-quality, world class human services “incubator Space” in Braddock, PA. A space that is specifically being designed for and accessible to all those who are being excluded, […]

Summer Lee Dares too move community forward

Every generation or so someone comes along with the potential to change history. Someone who dares to move forward. Local resident, Summer Lee could to be one of them. Over these past weeks, the public has had the opportunity to observe and evaluate the perspectives and agendas of the various candidates in the upcoming elections […]

Braddock Art Gallery Seeks Funding

A project meant to strengthen the role of marginalized Braddock residents in their community’s redevelopment is seeking $20,000 via an Indiegogo campaign that has just weeks to go. The Visual Landscape Gallery Boutique, an art gallery and a community-resource center, is an initiative of the Braddock Inclusion Project.  The nonprofit BIP is run by Isaac Bunn, […]

War on Drugs destroys Black America

We can’t talk about the War on Drugs without talking about the criminal justice system. When you talk about arrests for drugs, illegal traffic stops and killings of unarmed individuals you have to talk about how the dominate society view other people. You must talk about a system that’s riddled with racism. The deeper you […]

Latoya Ruby Frazier Comes Home

As of this date, the event featuring Latoya Ruby Frazier at the August Wilson Center is sold out. For those who wanted to attend but couldn’t get a ticket, WESA will host a viewing party on March 8 from 6:30 to 9 pm, at its studios at the Community Broadcast Center, 67 Bedford Square. Guests […]