What is a community?
It’s about people.
First and foremost, community is not a place, a building, or an organization; nor is it an exchange of information over the Internet. Community is both a feeling and a set of relationships among people. People form and maintain communities to meet common needs.
Members of a community have a sense of trust, belonging, safety, and caring for each other. They have an individual and collective sense that they can, as part of that community, influence their environments and each other.
Read more from "What is a community anyway?" by David M. Chavis & Kien Lee.
We recognized those amongst us who inspire and are changing the narrative about us... the people and the culture. If you have someone that inspires you, or is changing the narrative about us, we want to know and recognize them!
What’s the Biz is a platform that highlights the stories of black entrepreneurs. Hosted and created by @tejaljarrae.
We ask the questions. You provide the answers. See what's on the minds of random people in the community.
Local church leaders share messages from the pulpit and opportunities to deepen your faith.
Local nonprofits tell share their missions and ways to get involved. Learn who is supporting local causes and fighting for issues that matter to you.
Learn more about the historically Black Greek Letter organizations founded on principles of service and the betterment of black men and women.
Let's Work Together
If you have ideas to help us build community or want to partner to launch an initiative in print or online, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with an overview.