Month: February 2020

Missing On Long Island: The Sofia McKenna Story

Missing On Long Island: The Sofia McKenna Story

Instagram: @missingonli Facebook: @MissingonLongIsland Missing on Long Island is the newest unique series dedicated to shedding light on the missing person cases related to Long Island that lack media coverage. This series will highlight the questionable disappearances in hopes of helping the victims as well as family members. The first episode focuses on the disappearance …

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Hofstra Student's New Film "The Color in Grief" Shows the Raw Side of Grieving After Suicide

Hofstra Student’s New Film “The Color in Grief” Shows the Raw Side of Grieving After Suicide

By Aliyah Dinkins Instagram: @a.leeyah_ Website: https://imanvisuals.wordpress.com/ LinkedIn: Aliyah Dinkins With poise and passion, senior film student Antreise Lacey took the initiative to make a change in her life. As a mandatory part of finishing her bachelor’s degree at Hofstra University, Lacey was tasked with completing a “senior capstone project” in the form of producing her …

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Conversations with Verdel Jones - Sit Down with Potential Political History-Maker Jackie Duodu Burbridge

Conversations with Verdel Jones – Sit Down with Potential Political History-Maker Jackie Duodu Burbridge

Conversations with Verdel Jones welcomes Jackie Duodu Burbridge to our show to discuss her upcoming run for Suffolk County Legislator – District 15. In the 50 year history of the Suffolk County Legislature – if victorious – she would be the first African American women to hold this elected position. Mrs. Duodu Burbridge outlines why …

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I’m Here For “The Photograph” But it Misses the Mark and Here’s Why

I’m Here For “The Photograph” But it Misses the Mark and Here’s Why we (Review)

By Alexandra Louigarde Twitter: @ajlouiga “The Photograph” draws heavily from the 1997 classic, “Love Jones.” Both films beautifully laced with the pensive and sentimental fullness of Jazz music with an emphasis on the potency of Black art. Though The Photograph makes a fair attempt, it does not capture the warmth of “Love Jones.” It lacks …

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Small Town Living and Finding Ways to Get Involved with Causes You Care For

Small Town Living and Finding Ways to Get Involved with Causes You Care For

By Hillary Torres Instagram: @SuperHillo Growing up in small towns can be challenging if you’re living in a close-minded community. Oftentimes, we see that people in small towns are coveted by their ideals and if someone dares to believe or think differently, they are shunned.  If you’re growing up in a small town like Southold, …

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5 Ways to Truly Celebrate Black History All Year (OP-ED)

5 Ways to Truly Celebrate Black History All Year (OP-ED)

Black History Month is a narrow window within the year dedicated to celebrating the extensive stories and accomplishments of African-Americans. Our history drew the short straw of the year, and although we’ve come a long way in celebrating the month, and even having a month to begin with, we have to remember that Black history …

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