DC Emancipation

Reporter: Damon Countee UJW Winter/Spring 2017 April 16 marked 155 years since President Abraham Lincoln signed the Compensation Emancipation Act, which granted freedom to about three thousand one hundred enslaved […]

African-American Museum Impacts All Races

Reporter: Caitlin Ballard UJW Winter/Spring 2017 In Washington, D.C., The National Museum of African-American History and Culture has been up and running for less than a year and attendance has […]

The Searing Words Of A Rapper’s Beef

  Reporter: Miles Peterson UJW Winter/Spring 2017 Over time, it’s been called “Yo Mama Jokes”, the Dozens,” and other names.  In modern rap music, it’s called “beef”. By any title, […]

2017 Scholarship Winner – Essence Epperson

She will be attending Tuskegee University in Tuskegee, Alabama starting Autumn 2017 A U-S military airstrike on a building in Mosul, Iraq killed 105 civilians during an attack in March this […]