Mauryo Jones “You have stage two colon cancer, Mrs. Jones.” My heart sank as I heard the doctor say those words. I was only 33 years old. How could this have happened to me? I was a healthy young woman with a husband and a six-year-old daughter who needed me.
Eradicating hopelessness Mothers In Crisis kicks off the National Month of Hope on April.Art submitted As I prepared for our last Hope Immersion Retreat Workshop that was a blessing to those who attended, I revisited the Center for Disease Control statistics concerning suicides in the United States. I had not
Emmett Till Special to the Outlook Florida State University will host a talk on Mamie Till-Mobley’s significant contributions as a public educator and activist during the second annual Emmett Till Archives Lecture Series. Brandon M. Erby, assistant professor of writing, rhetoric, and digital studies at the University of Kentucky will
FAMU-FSU College of Engineering assistant professor in industrial and manufacturing engineering Lichun Li (left) and assistant professor in civil and environmental engineering Juyeong Choi.Photo by Wallheiser/FAMU-FSU College of Engineering By Trisha RadulovichSpecial to the Outlook Two researchers in the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering are winners of the prestigious National Science
TikTok has more than 1.53 billion users globally as of 2023, with 1 billion monthly active users.Photo submitted by NNPA By Stacy M. BrownNNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent@StacyBrownMedia Democrats in Congress are making it clear that they want to ban the Chinese app TikTok in the U.S. Reported national security
Researchers found a 15 percent increase in sudden infant deaths among babies of all races from 2019 to 2020.Photo submitted by NNPA By Stacy M. BrownNNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent@StacyBrownMedia A new study has shown a huge racial difference in infant deaths. Researchers found that babies born to African Americans
Hazel DukesSoo Kim By Hazel Trice EdneyTriceEdneyWire.com A major acquisition that civil rights leaders and advocates for Black-owned media had hoped would increase media ownership, opportunity, and participation by African-Americans and other minorities has apparently “hit a brick wall.” Following months of advocacy and public support for a $5.4 billion
More than half of people who have the hepatitis B virus don’t know they’re infected, according to the CDC’s latest report.Photo submitted by NNPA By Stacy M. BrownNNPA Newswire National Correspondent@StacyBrownMedia The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have issued a new recommendation urging all adults to receive screening
Children took plenty of photos with a readingmascot.Photo by St. Clair Murraine Thousands of free books were available forfamilies to take at the Florida Education Association’s bookgive away.Photo by St. Clair Murraine By St. Clair MurraineOutlook Staff Writer Three days after launching one of the biggest book giveaways in Florida,
Tallahassee chapter of AKA celebrates 75 years of exemplary service DKO members prepare weekend food packagesfor children, one of numerous service projects.Photo submitted Nadyia Ross is one of many children in the program who is excited about learning.Photo submitted By Gayle AndrewsSpecial to the Outlook The monthly meeting was long.