• NBCares Silver Linings Valohna Wynn Art Therapy

    Trauma causes all types of challenges. Because of this, it is important for youth to be able to express difficulties they are experiencing in life through art. Art therapy has long been proven as an expert and gentle way to process adversities. Therapeutic Arts Life Coach Valohna Wynn is trained to help those in the […]

  • PSUSD Black History Month Taste of Soul Virtual Event

    The coronavirus pandemic placed a lot of events on hold or pushed them to the virtual space. This is no different with the Palm Springs Unified School District’s Black History Month events including the Desert Hot Springs High School’s Taste of Soul extravaganza. “This year, the Taste of Soul is virtual. We are opening up […]

  • PSUSD’s Junior Black Achiever Advocates

    A group of students and teachers in the Palm Springs Unified school district are reaching out to their community and peers to help create a deeper understanding of their culture. The Junior Black Achievers is a collective that is offering academic enrichment, Black American and African history and mentors to the youth in the Palm […]

  • Morongo Thunder And Lightening Pow Wow Underway In Cabazon

    Native American heritage and tradition is the focus of the 28th annual Morongo Thunder and Lightning Pow Wow. This weekend thousands of people are expected to participate. An estimated 25,000 people are expected to attend the event, starting Friday, Sept. 21. The free three-day, family-friendly event is a celebration of traditional Native American culture through […]

  • Harvard University awarding medal to Colin Kaepernick

    Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick and comedian Dave Chappelle are among eight people being honored by Harvard University for their contributions to black history and culture. All eight recipients of the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal will be honored Oct. 11 by the Hutchins Center for African & African American Research at Harvard. The medal is […]

  • Hispanics Are At Risk For HIV

    Palm Springs, CA A new study released by the Latino Commission on AIDS and the Hispanic Health Network, explored the challenges of aging Hispanics with HIV and it found that culture plays a big role in preventing some from getting the treatment they need. Rafael Gonzalez, the Education and Intervention Manager at Desert AIDS Project, told […]

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