Things Come Together: A Story of Hope & Heritage

Andrea Douglas of the African American Cultural Heritage Center sits down in a candid interview with Vinegar Hill discussing her personal history and the importance of the Heritage Center. Andrea is joined in this article with fellow staff members and Board Chair, Leah Puryear.

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Letter to the Editor: Court Square Slave Block Citizen Advocacy Group [CSSB group]

Letter to the Editor: Court Square Slave Block Citizen Advocacy Group [CSSB group]

Contributed by Robert Gest III, Ed.D. | Colonel, USAF (Retired) Recognizing the many months of work the Historic Resources Committee (HRC) and its Enslaved Descendant Community consultants have been engaged in, we respectfully wish to add our citizen collaborative voice to one key element of the project. We are asking City Council to re-establish the original area of Slave Block auction yard...

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Living Beyond the Limitations: A Conversation with Darnell Lamont Walker

Living Beyond the Limitations: A Conversation with Darnell Lamont Walker

by Sarad Davenport | Photos by Photographer: Hunnus (IG: @hunnus) We took some time to catch up with Darnell Lamont Walker, a writer for Netflix’s hottest new animated series by Ludacris, “Karma’s World.” Over the last few years, Darnell’s journey has taken him from the Sesame Street Writers Room to creating incredible content for children on global shows like Blue’s Clues & You, Two Whats?!...

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There is Always a Next: From Me2U Celebrates a Year in Business

There is Always a Next: From Me2U Celebrates a Year in Business

Back in 2020, in the midst of the pandemic, Pastor Windy Cooper did something that seemed illogical and didn’t seem to make sense—to others at least. She decided to open a brick-and-mortar clothing store in the Rio Hill Shopping Center called From Me2U. It didn’t make sense because the world was in the midst of a pandemic. It didn't make sense because of the overhead costs of having building...

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