Movement 2019 Milestones Women Empowerment, Legalized Cannabis

  By: Nana Aduba-Amoah Detroit's 2019 Movement Festival not only reflected a diverse mixture of artist line up, it also embraced an increased amount of female DJ’s, and Michigan’s legalization of cannabis. Detroit Free Press reports that this year’s Movement marked an influx in the amount of women DJs that performed at various sets, including … Continue reading Movement 2019 Milestones Women Empowerment, Legalized Cannabis

Midwestern Memorial Day Celebrations

By: Nana Aduba-Amoah   There’s no region that commemorates the service of the United States Armed Forces quite like the Midwest. Middle America is the intersection of the historical and cultural celebration of our country’s fallen and active heroes. For Midwesterners who are traveling or scouring for events to attend, we’ve put together a brief … Continue reading Midwestern Memorial Day Celebrations

Alabama Governor Signs Controversial Abortion Ban Bill

    By: Nana Aduba-Amoah Today birthed the reality of a new health law that could criminalize abortion procedures in the state of Alabama. The Alabama Human Life Protection Act was passed by Alabama state senators yesterday, Tuesday, May 14, and signed by Alabama Republican Gov. Kay Ivey today, according to a recent report by … Continue reading Alabama Governor Signs Controversial Abortion Ban Bill

Mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot Prepares for Inauguration

By: Nana Aduba-Amoah Lori Lightfoot, Chicago’s first African-American, female mayor, will be a sworn-into office at the Wintrust Arena later this month. On May 20, Lightfoot will be inaugurated at 10 a.m., along with 50 aldermen, including city Clerk Anna Valencia, according to a recent report by NBC Chicago. The ceremony will also showcase performances … Continue reading Mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot Prepares for Inauguration