As we move through February, we are reminded of the importance of celebrating the contributions and achievements of African Americans throughout history and honoring their legacy by continuing to push for progress and change. In this issue of our literary magazine, we are proud to showcase a diverse range of voices and perspectives that highlight the richness and complexity of the African American experience. From powerful poetry, insightful interviews, and a focus on banned books by black authors, our contributors have once again delivered timely and timeless works.
As always, we’ve got our regular features: “Black Influencers” by Charlotte Young-Foye, and “Brilliant Indeed, Bilal In Concert,” by Haikeem Stokes. “Black Men Deserve To Grow Old” by Erick S Gray. “War On African American History” By Julia Press Simmons. Interviews with AC Arthur, Caryn Lee, author Charlotte Marshall Murray, Author Terri D, and we’re bossing up with Elizabeth Funderbirk-Rowe.
As always, we are grateful to our readers and contributors for their unwavering support, and we look forward to continuing to bring you the best in African American literature, creative endeavors, and entrepreneurship. Thank you for being a part of our community, and we hope that you enjoy this issue.