ATLANTIC CITY — Local attorney and civil rights advocate, Yolanda Melville, Esq., will serve as the keynote speaker at the city’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. program on Monday, Jan. 21. Melville is the […]
BY STOCKTON UNIVERSITY GALLOWAY – The Council of Black Faculty and Staff at Stockton University will hold its 37th Annual Scholarship Awards Dinner at 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9 at The Carriage House Grand Savannah Ballroom. This year’s […]
BY CLYDE HUGHES, AC JosepH Media ATLANTIC CITY — When the Renaissance Plaza first opened in the early 2000, it was hailed as a beacon for Atlantic City central city community starved for economical local […]
BY CLYDE HUGHES, AC JosepH Media ATLANTIC CITY – Voter registration and diversity concerns are just two of the issues the Atlantic City NAACP is taking up as the country move toward mid-term elections in […]
Not only are the students excited about Stockton’s new Atlantic City campus, many see it as a new opportunity for many youth in the city.
BY CLYDE HUGHES, AC JosepH Media GALLOWAY – For anyone doing civil rights work in the 1960s, Mississippi was hostile territory with little chance for meaningful redress – and Atlantic City attorney James Cooper knew […]