Can a father or mother parent from prison? The title of this love story is ‘Raising Our Tribe Reunited After 23 Years’. Jerry Lee, the father, will attend the 9th Annual “Listen Up! Teens Are Talking” teen forum on Saturday, September 10, 2016 from 12 p.m.-3 p.m at the Trinity Family Life Center 3601 Dill […]

His today: David Amir is a teen motivational speaker, vendor speaker for the Virginia Department of Corrections (VADOC), fashion consultant and entrepreneur. Mr. Amir was released from the custody of the VADOC eight months ago. Depression, suicidal thoughts, anger, abandonment and incarceration Mr. Amir has been there. David Amir is a guest speaker at Miss […]

Robert Gpa Edwards @gpa_followthepeace is founder and CEO of P.E.A.C.E Clothing (Please Educate All Children Equally) He served time in the custody of the Virginia Department of Corrections but now he is educating all children through his spoken word and poetry book. Rob is a guest speaker at the Listen Up Teens Are Talking Teen […]

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe will give an update on Restoration of Rights at an event in Richmond. The RoR event will be held on Monday August 22, 12:00 p.m. at the Civil Rights Memorial on Capitol Square (on the northeast side of the State Capitol, near the Governor’s Mansion). Please feel free to invite your […]

Teens are talking but they are just not talking to us about what stresses them. Could they really tell us that they might be addicted to drugs, alcohol or tobacco? Could they tell us that someone they know has been sold into human trafficking? Could they tell us that someone is being molested in their […]

Miss Community Clovia and Secretary of the Commonwealth Kelly Thomasson had a discussion about the next step for individuals wanting to get their rights restored to vote, run for public office, serve on a jury and become a notary. It’s simple call the Secretary of the Commonwealth’s office to have your rights restored  at 804-692-0104. […]

Virginians and the broadcast industry are mourning the passing of civil rights icon, advocate, and ‘do–er’ radio and television host for justice. He spoke up and out about the injustices in our communities from youth discrimination to voter suppression .Mr. Gravely had a long running radio show called the Jack Gravely Show; it was straight […]

Richmond, VA -Community Outreach Director and Multi-Media Personality Clovia “Miss Community” Lawrence of Radio One Richmond: WKJS (99.3/105.7 Kiss FM) WCDX (iPower 92.1/104.1) & WPZZ (Praise 104.7 FM) presents Richmond’s 9th Annual community forum for teens Saturday, September 10,  2016 12 noon to 3 p.m. at Trinity Family Life Center 3601 Richmond, VA 23222. Clovia, Kiss Fm and iPower Fm personalities and […]

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe and Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security Brian Moran want to keep Virginians safe and continue efforts fostering positive relationships between the community and police. In order to strengthen our public safety the voices from the community must be heard and considered for solutions. From the desk of Governor of […]

Miss Community Clooovia is broadcasting live from Luck’s Field the site of the Richmond Police and Community Softball Tournament today at 1926 T. Street on Churchill. Did I mention the free food? Talk about it JJ Minor, one of the sponsors of today’s event. Play here Richmond Mayor Dwight C. Jones and Richmond Chief of […]

Miss Community’s softball team Rolling For Freedom-R4F spanked the Richmond Sheriff Office team 10-0. It was all in fun for the whole community. Congratulations to the Richmond Police team, Richmond Sheriff Office team, JJ Minor team, Rolling For Freedom-R4F team but to the big winner was C.A.V.E, Coaches Against Violence Everywhere. Luck’s Field was the […]

Richmond Mayor Dwight C. Jones and Richmond Chief of Police released the latest crime report. According to the report, violent crime is up by 12-percent compared to last year. Property crimes are up like vehicle break-ins are on the rise. Also, the city murder rate is up by 11 homicides compared to 2015. We must […]