By Xion Abiodun For the past few weeks, the internet (at least the Black side of it) has been outraged over the Sha’carri Richardson situation. If you don’t know what happened, allow me to update you. The U.S. will not allow Sha’carri to travel to … Continue readingAre the 2021 Olympics Against Black Women?
By JR Valrey Now that we are fast approaching the one year anniversary to the Covid shelter in place mandate, which is on March 12, we must start to analyze our successes, during such a tumultuous year. Most of us have had to form deeper … Continue readingWe Ride Too is Bringing Horseback Riding Back to the Black Community’s Youth