For the 9th year, MBK Dallas teamed up with Emerald City Bar & Grill, Radio One and Street Speaker Media to feed homeless and low-income residents in the South Dallas area.
In October of 2016, a website by the name of The Marketing Ivy released an interview with Remon, the founder of The Urban Advocate. For whatever reason, the interview was taken down from their site. Due to the great feedback, we have decided to re-release this interview for our people to read.
It's that time of the year again! Thanksgiving is right around the corner and MBK Dallas is gearing up for the 8th Annual Thanksgiving Drive!
Right now we live in a world where people are searching for something; something to belong to or something to live for. People are struggling trying to find their truth and their place in this world. Many of us are caught up in the rat race, living check to check, existing but not really living. Well, if you're one of those people, this is for you!
As of late, there's been a lot of discussion about whether or not Black History Month should be done away with. This is in large part due to some comments made by Clueless actress, Stacey Dash, on Fox News recently. I won't say I disagree with her entirely; I wish there wasn't a need for a Black History Month. In a perfect world, there wouldn't have been a need for it to begin with. This world, however, is far from perfect and Black History Month is still needed. So we've comprised this list of five reasons Black History Month is still very much necessary in 2016.
Remon is a multi-media personality. He is the founder of The Urban Advocate, co-host of The Vincent Tucker Radio Show and videographer.