Special to the Outlook On Feb. 29, students at the Delta Kappa Omega Providence Community Service Center (DKOPCSC) had an opportunity to take an imaginary bus trip to visit some “Hallowed Grounds: Sites of African American Memories” in Tallahassee as a culmination to their Black History Month studies.
Special to the Outlook Tallahassee Links hosted a sold out ballroom of over 350 guests at its Sixth Annual Links Beautillion white tie formal presentation held Saturday, Feb. 28, at the University Center Club where 17 local high school seniors were celebrated, presented to the community and received almost $12,000
Special to the Outlook “Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.” Those are the words of abolitionist, writer and statesman Frederick Douglass, and the 100 Black Men of Tallahassee (BMOT) want to make sure that children in Tallahassee read and are read to. Again this year, they
By Stephanie C. Davis Outlook writer What unfolded on the stage at Lee Hall seemed so real, although it was only a depiction of slaves making an escape in the made-for-television documentary, “The Underground”. It started with scenes of slaves picking cotton, washing clothes and doing house chores. Some also
Special to the Outlook The Ladies Art and Social Club celebrated its 91st Anniversary during its monthly meeting in December. Additionally the members purchased most of the requested gifts for a single mother and five children they adopted through the Christmas Connection. During its January meeting, officers were installed for
By Joy Williams Special to the Outlook The Community Room at Miracle Village Independent Living Facility was filled to capacity Saturday morning, Dec. 19 as the residents eagerly awaited the start of Santas for Seniors, an event hosted by Chi Upsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.
By Janelle Floyd Senior Outlook Writer Under the bright yellow holiday lights, hundreds came out to the second annual Holiday Stroll through Cascades Park. Spread throughout the 24-acre park, various performers showed up early to set up their stations and get in a quick
By Nadia Felder Outlook Writer There are many ways to protest against police brutality, whether joining a rally, posting controversial hashtags, wearing T-shirts with slogans like ‘Justice’ or ‘Straight Outta Patience’ or even conducting a showcase, like students at Florida A&M University (FAMU). FAMU’s Student Government
By Bre-Shara McCall Outlook Writer Cascades Park was filled with numerous local vendors offering a variety of handmade arts, crafts, soap, face painting, food, wine tasting and performances from local bands, The New 76ers and Houston Deese. Hundreds of attendees roamed the multicolored tents, as they poked
By Linda T. Fortenberry, Ph.D. Special to the Outlook The members of Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, along with community leaders, family and friends, joyfully celebrated Bethel’s 145th church anniversary and the Reverend . R. B. Holmes 29th Pastorals anniversary. “This was not just a celebration of