With every new Black business created, the African-American community inches closer towards economic equality according to Richalin Rodney, founder of Long Island’s The Black Business Gala. “The racial wealth gap that people of color have lived through is lessened,” said Rodney. “Jobs are created in the Black community, and visibility and representation for the youth
Summertime is almost here, and this week we’re reminiscing on how we spent our summers as a child. What are your most looking forward to this Summer?! Tell us in the comments! We hope you enjoyed our family #talkshow together on YouTube with our laughter, jokes, moments discussed, true opinions, and much more. Come join
Being a mother is not an easy job. From early morning coddling to late night homework sessions, there is a reason why mothers deserve more than just Mother’s Day to be celebrated, pampered and loved. Throwing a pandemic into the mix doesn’t make things easier. These Long Island mothers shared their experiences dealing with COVID,
Get ready for the Battle of the Generations! In one corner: Gen X and in the other, their formidable opponent: Millennials! There are stereotypes surrounding both generations, and nothing is off the table in discussing them. You don’t want to miss this showdown! We hope you enjoyed our family #talkshow together on YouTube with our
Climate change affects everyone on this planet. The environment people live in can drastically change if left unchecked. With rising sea levels, Long Island’s unique geographical features make some areas on the island susceptible to more drastic changes. Climate change is a long-term change in local or global climate patterns. Many contributions impact climate change,
This week we are talking about our favorite throwback songs, also known as “Oatmeal Songs.” When we were all younger we remember eating oatmeal as a child with music playing in the background. When you hear these songs, you are right back there. What are some Oatmeal Songs from your childhood? Check out our Oatmeals
Soccer is a growing sport in America, with Major League Soccer (MLS) on track to overtake other sports. Long Island is culturally diverse region, with people from different backgrounds, many of them soccer fans. It would only make sense for Long Island to have their own MLS team to call their own. Long Island is
With the weather warming up as the days pass, it seems like more and more people want to do more activities throughout the week. With spring beginning, people long to explore the island once again. There are many activities to do throughout the spring with the warm weather beginning to kick up, flowers blossoming, and
Hispanic Culture Celebrated On Long Island During Q&A with NY Times Bestselling Author Xochitl Gonzalez
Latino women from all over Long Island came together in Great Neck to welcome Xochitl Gonzalez, NY Times Bestselling author of Olga Dies Dreaming. Latina Moms Connect and 100 Hispanic Women National collaborated for the first time to host this event. The venue was filled with over 70 excited attendees from different backgrounds who socialized
It’s been over two years since the start of the pandemic. People throughout the globe have been struggling with the changes brought about by COVID. Teachers, first responders, students, and hospitality workers have gone through ups and downs since 2020. Different industries have different perspectives on what changes came about throughout the pandemic. Nya Castro,
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