Month: April 2020

Clearwater Civil Rights Icon Tal Rutledge: ‘He Wasn’t Afraid To Speak Out.’

Subject Civil Rights Icon; Racial Injustice; Tal Rutledge Description Mr. Rutledge died earlier this month at 91. City residents recall a leader who readily and repeatedly stood up to racial injustice. Creator Tracey McManus Source Publisher File

NeAndre Broussard Is Using Style to Change the Cultural Narrative About Black Men

Subject Fashion; Style; Image Description Changing Reality Through Perception: A photo of one of his suited-up flash mobs went viral a year ago. That’s just the beginning. Creator Kathy Wise Source Publisher File

Coffee With a Black Guy: This Social Entrepreneur Is Keeping His Community Talking, Despite Social Distancing

Subject Coffee and Conversation; Entrepreneur; Community Description James Joyce III is a social entrepreneur. Creator John Greathouse Source Publisher File

Red Cross Heroes: Jahmal Cole, Founder of My Block, My Hood, My City

Subject Red Cross; Local Hero; Community Service Description Every year the Red Cross in Northern Illinois honors extraordinary individuals in our area for their acts of heroism, dedication, and service to our community. Creator CBS 2 News Source Publisher File

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