‘The State is trying to kill our school’; Langston Hughes Academy fights to stay alive

Students and staff at Langston Hughes Academy fight to keep the school alive after members of the State Board of Education stripped its accreditation in January.


Equality Center moves boldly to combat systemic racism; Bishop-Baldwin resigns

The Equality Center’s board issued a statement immediately after their Saturday meeting adjourned, stating that they are committed to ensuring that LGBTQ People of Color no longer feel alienated from the Equality Center — after the former director’s unappealing posts and other incidents that may have made People of Color feel unwelcomed to the Center in the past. 

First-Step Male Diversion Program announces first graduating class

Mr. Christopher Davis is a hardworking father who got caught up with a drug that threatened to send him to prison. Now he has new skills that led to a better paying full time job and is creating a healthy and successful life with his kids and partner. Mr. Davis says the program “was a blessing. It’s a great program to be in as it has a lot of people who not only want to help but care for you and helping you be a better person.”