Open Mic For Justice & Peace

It all went down Tuesday night at Pianos.  Many acts came out to support our first Open Mic for Justice & Peace.  Although the energy was electrifying, we took the time to celebrate community and sustainability in our urban neighborhoods.  Hosted by Collin Suttles, we featured a new group called FOREVERSOUL, look for them, they… Read more »

Community Day in Yonkers

On Saturday, August 10, 2019, Pastor Bolling and the Community Baptist Church hosted Community Day. This joyous occasion proved to be insightful, as well as uplifting for the children and residents of this Yonkers, New York community. Prizes like free haircuts, gift certificates, and bikes were raffled off for all those who attended. Coordinator, Mark… Read more »

STOP THE VIOLENCE RALLY

On Saturday, August 10, 2019 the Bronx community gathered together to raise their voices against gun violence.  Parents, elected officials, and clergyman united on Webster Avenue to take a stand, as the 19th Annual Rally took place.  The Bronx has become victim to several acts of gun violence recently.  Citizens united to pray for hope… Read more »

Wealth Management

by Cash Commercial Finance TO BE ANNOUNCED Contact Cash at cashendowment[at]hotmail[dot]com

New Moves With NAN

Greetings, I hope all is well. This weekend I joined Reverend Al Sharpton and the National Action Network (NAN).  As someone who has participated in NAN events previously (Stop and Frisk March, Eric Garner memorial ceremony, etc.), it seems like a natural progression, as I work to fulfill my desire to enhance our urban communities… Read more »

Cory Booker, Ready Or Not?

As we learned recently that Corey Booker has decided to run for one of the most prestigious jobs in the world. I have mixed thoughts about seeing another man of color in the office. My main question, is America ready or not? Like most of you, I witnessed all of the foolishness that followed the… Read more »

CHRISTMAS COAT DRIVE AT ARLENE’S GROCERY

On December 12th, 2018 JMS Company & Arlene’s Grocery hosted a coat drive with Goodwill. Our objective was to spread holiday cheer, as we celebrated life with the New York City community. Featured that night was a new band called Collin Suttles & Underground Collaborative. Although we had a light turnout the event served as… Read more »

BACK 2 SCHOOL 2018

  It’s about that time of the year again. Although my personal projects are mounting up, I feel compelled to speak about some of the social issues that continue to contribute to injustice in our communities. I believe that in the true spirit ‘Humanities Heart,’ not only are we responsible to speak up for ourselves,… Read more »

Black Excellence

  As we review the state of of American culture, many things come to mind.  Our economy, especially for our urban communities, has changed. We see more people creating heinous acts as a form of rebellion against a system that has promised us so much, but given us so little.  We are forced to deal… Read more »

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  • Open Mic For Justice & Peace

    It all went down Tuesday night at Pianos.  Many acts came out to support our first Open Mic for Justice & Peace.  Although the energy was electrifying, we took the time to celebrate community and sustainability in our urban neighborhoods.  Hosted by Collin Suttles, we featured a new group called FOREVERSOUL, look for them, they… Read more »

  • Community Day in Yonkers

    On Saturday, August 10, 2019, Pastor Bolling and the Community Baptist Church hosted Community Day. This joyous occasion proved to be insightful, as well as uplifting for the children and residents of this Yonkers, New York community. Prizes like free haircuts, gift certificates, and bikes were raffled off for all those who attended. Coordinator, Mark… Read more »

  • STOP THE VIOLENCE RALLY

    On Saturday, August 10, 2019 the Bronx community gathered together to raise their voices against gun violence.  Parents, elected officials, and clergyman united on Webster Avenue to take a stand, as the 19th Annual Rally took place.  The Bronx has become victim to several acts of gun violence recently.  Citizens united to pray for hope… Read more »

  • Wealth Management

    by Cash Commercial Finance TO BE ANNOUNCED Contact Cash at cashendowment[at]hotmail[dot]com

  • New Moves With NAN

    Greetings, I hope all is well. This weekend I joined Reverend Al Sharpton and the National Action Network (NAN).  As someone who has participated in NAN events previously (Stop and Frisk March, Eric Garner memorial ceremony, etc.), it seems like a natural progression, as I work to fulfill my desire to enhance our urban communities… Read more »

  • Cory Booker, Ready Or Not?

    As we learned recently that Corey Booker has decided to run for one of the most prestigious jobs in the world. I have mixed thoughts about seeing another man of color in the office. My main question, is America ready or not? Like most of you, I witnessed all of the foolishness that followed the… Read more »

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  • CHRISTMAS COAT DRIVE AT ARLENE’S GROCERY

    On December 12th, 2018 JMS Company & Arlene’s Grocery hosted a coat drive with Goodwill. Our objective was to spread holiday cheer, as we celebrated life with the New York City community. Featured that night was a new band called Collin Suttles & Underground Collaborative. Although we had a light turnout the event served as… Read more »

  • BACK 2 SCHOOL 2018

      It’s about that time of the year again. Although my personal projects are mounting up, I feel compelled to speak about some of the social issues that continue to contribute to injustice in our communities. I believe that in the true spirit ‘Humanities Heart,’ not only are we responsible to speak up for ourselves,… Read more »

  • Black Excellence

      As we review the state of of American culture, many things come to mind.  Our economy, especially for our urban communities, has changed. We see more people creating heinous acts as a form of rebellion against a system that has promised us so much, but given us so little.  We are forced to deal… Read more »