Dr. Asha Fields Brewer History has shifted twice in a matter of months. First, we are learning what “new normal” is as we monitor the impact of a global pandemic. Second, we are creating a new normal as justice rises to the forefront of conversations, policies, news, and city streets.
By Ronald W. Holmes, Ph.D. Special to the Outlook Once upon a time, there was a boy named Jacob. He was very curious about things and often had a lot of dreams. He has dreamt real-life stories about the solar system, careers, numbers, alphabets, continents, animals, birds, and bullying. Ronald
Dr. Asha Fields Brewer Queen Esther is a familiar role model. We know her as a beautiful Jewish woman who replaced Queen Vashti. We also know Esther to be the reason the Jews were saved from being killed. Even with this great resume, one thing that really sticks out about
Dr. Asha Fields Brewer Should physical health be important to the Christian? If we take care of the Inner Man, won’t God take care of the rest? As people of faith, we tend to separate our physical health from our spiritual health, but God desires that we develop them
Shamarial Roberson February was American Heart Month, which made a good time to shine a light on the leading cause of death among African Americans across the country: heart disease. In 2017, heart disease caused about 23 percent of deaths among non-Hispanic Blacks. Tobacco use is one factor that
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer A passion to give back has driven Rebecca Kelly-Manders to developing one of the most popular programs for people who spent time behind bars. With two felony convictions in her background, Kelly-Manders was relentless in her effort to start a culinary program that
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer Gray skies lingered following a two-hour downpour that sent a steadily building crowd scampering from the amphitheater at Cascades Park for shelter Sunday afternoon. But not all of them stayed away on the final day of the Florida
Special to the Outlook from Trice Edney News Wire The outlines of the Rwandan genocide are known by many. The time it took place (April to July 1994), the troubling silence of the international community, the number of those brutally murdered (as many as 800,000 mostly of the Tutsi minority