Photo: Provided by United Way of Atlanta African American Partnership Chicago native Common (born Lonnie Rashid Lynn Jr.) has been rocking the mic since the 90s, and the MC is known for his conscious lyrics on records such as “I Used To Love H.E.R.,” “The Light,” “The 6th Sense”, plus many more.
In hip-hop, producers have become just as famous as the rappers. Multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated super producer Kevin "Khao" Cates is one of the producers who is making his way from behind the scenes to the limelight. After years of producing for heavy-hitters in the game such as T.I., Jay-Z, Lil Kim, Busta
Photo: Curbed Atlanta Sweet Auburn, a historically African-American area, is home to many prominent buildings, businesses, and programs such as Big Bethel. The oldest congregation in the Sweet Auburn neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia. It is also the cornerstone of Trinity Community Ministries. Photo: YouTube.com Founded in 1981, due to the rise in homelessness, Trinity
On May 27, 2017, Big Bethel AME Church’s Saturday School celebrated their last day of the 2016-2017 school year by hosting a Multi-Cultural Fiesta for children. The Saturday School is diverse with children who are Ethiopian, Hispanic, and African-American. Prepping for the festivities started at 10 a.m. Rev. Bessie Donaldson and the
Ciarra Henderson, a 21-year old student at Georgia State University, has taken a pledge of celibacy. A senior majoring in journalism with a minor in religious studies, Henderson hopes to do ministry for a living. She is also the president of Pinky Promise on Georgia State’s campus, an organization that
Photo: uncategorized.com Documentary photographer Chi Modu captures a softer side of the outspoken, controversial rapper, Tupac Shakur. The rare photos are available in Modu's newly released book Uncategorized. Smile. It's 4/20 - Los Angeles, CA 1995 #420 #tupac #2pac #tupacshakur #chimodu #uncategorized #blunts A photo posted by C H I M O D U ? (@chimodu)