At the end of Black History Month every year, the 6th United State Colored Troops reenactment group holds the 3 Centuries of African American Soldiers event, to teach the public about the history you’re unlikely to hear in school. Give it a share.Facebook0TwitterPinterest0Linkedinemail
At the end of Black History Month, the Montclair State University Chapter of the NAACP held a celebration of the organization’s 109th birthday. Give it a share.Facebook0TwitterPinterest0Linkedinemail
We talked to some community leaders about things they do, especially around the holidays to help build and improve their communities in Newark, Paterson and Montclair. Give it a share.Facebook0TwitterPinterest0Linkedinemail
We spoke to students and a government professor at MSU to learn about why students aren’t interested in local politics. Give it a share.Facebook0TwitterPinterest0Linkedinemail
On September 16th and 17th, around 65 World War 1 history reenactors gathered together on Governor’s Island, NYC to rededicate monuments and teach the public about the Great War. Give it a share.Facebook0TwitterPinterest0Linkedinemail
Went out to hibachi Friday night for my mother’s birthday and I wrote a Yelp review on it. If anyone was thinking about going there, read this! Off the bat I’ll tell you, coming here you’re looking to spend around $30-50 per person, which is of course expensive, but for hibachi it’s just about right.
Started off my school day pretty stressed today. The reason being, my brother is an aggressive, sometimes reckless driver also uses his phone quite frequently while driving. Today marks the fourth official day of classes for me as a Montclair State University student. I don’t have a car to drive myself to school and taking
I’m subscribed to the White House email list and this morning I decided to take a look at some of the emails I’ve gotten from it (which I do not often do). The subject line for one of these recent emails reads “This letter Sherman sent me” and for some reason that caught my interest.
Out in Oakland, California, a man is using repurposed garbage from illegal dumping sites to build small homes for the homeless. Gregory Kloehn is an artist and construction contractor who, for the past four years has dedicated much of his time to constructing these homes for people living on the streets. He also sources materials