Woman Crush Wednesday! Sending love to all the females in the community doing positive things and being great role models for the young woman growing up around us. As women we need a day just to appreciate ourselves and our accomplishments this far! Also, remember self care for ourselves because when we take care of […]

Radio One’s “Prep for Success Block Party” was a huge success! We gave away 700 book bags and school supplies to kids in the Richmond Community to get them ready for school the right way. One highlight from this event, was we also had a special performance from the Virginia State University Woo Woo’s. They […]

iPower Richmond takes on National Night Out in the community to prevent against gun violence. Different vendors, performers, and food were in attendance and support of this event. “Girrl Code” a female rap duo from New York came and made their Richmond debut on the National Night Out stage as well as other local performers. […]

Common is known to be a peaceful soul. A staple in not only the hip hop community but a player on the world’s stage -- fiercely unapologetic about his blackness and his love for his people.

Ms. J the founder of Diamonds in the Rough. She spoke candidly about the various types of trafficking, the common myths and misconceptions, and the impact on the culture here in Richmond.

See the food, music, and more from the 2017 Second Street Festival.

Highlights for the community basketball event.

Lewis Asare is the owner of Sweet Teas Southern Cuisine, a staple soul food restaurant in Richmond, Hampton, and Norfolk Virginia.

Today, Tyrell holds the position as Prevention Specialist for one the highest performing counties in VA, while standing in as Clinical Director for his private organization, Heart to Heart Mental Health Services.

Many people credit him for expanding the art scene in Richmond as a result of his pop-up art galleries, and social outreach events that bring young creatives together.

With a passion for using her gifts and talents for serving her community Folasade’ birthed Unskrypted TV.

Jelisa finds inspiration in giving a voice to a forgotten generation.