Central Florida therapists see more Black people going to therapy — but it’s still not enough
In Central Florida and across the country, a lot of people are coming forward seeking mental health counseling but at least two therapists we spoke with say black men are still lagging behind when it comes to seeking mental health care and treatment.
In photos: The rise of Kamala Harris, our country’s first woman of color to serve as vice president
Vice President Kamala Harris has had quite the rise over the past decade or so: From San Francisco’s district attorney and California’s attorney general, to the Golden State’s senator and now our second in command, right behind President Joe Biden.
Orange County teacher receives support, backlash over controversial TikTok videos
The videos featured students in a variety of skits, including one satirizing alleged attempts at book bans by the state and another that features several students bowing down a trio of Black students for Black History Month.
Movers and shakers: Black-owned Orlando entertainment group closes 1st season with dance show
MAC Boys Entertainment, a company designed to fill the void of Black representation in the theatre world, is putting on “Mackossa,” a show which takes audiences through an evolution of dance in its many forms.