Atlanta's YWCA's Teen Girls in Technology Gets a Boost
Last year, in a plan to get more engaged within the community it served and to make a bigger impact, Delta Community Credit Union launched its Philanthropic Fund which is donating $70,000 to various nonprofit groups and programs around the city in 2014.
Kerri Price and Other Young African-Americans Are Changing the Status Quo in the Republican Party
For far too long the 'Grand Old Party' has been known more for its demographic makeup than its policies. Long thought of as a party of old white men, the Republican National Committee and its affiliated party committees have made great strides to shed this reputation - particularly among the African-American population.
Public Religion Survey says 31% of Young People Who Abandon Organized Religion Name Teachings Against Homosexuality as Reason
One third of young people who left organized religion did so because of anti-gay teachings or treatment within their churches, according to a new study.
With Help, Former Troublemaker Irlando Goncalves Is Now On his Way to College
For a time, Irlando Goncalves wanted to be "that dude," the guy who got attention in school for all the wrong reasons. He and his family lived on Hendry Street in Dorchester's Bowdoin-Geneva neighborhood, a place thick with the pitfalls and snares of urban environs.
Teens in Juvenile Justice System Make Playhouses for Good Cause
A handful of teens in the Marion County Juvenile Department Alternative Program built two wooden playhouses that will raise money for kids in need of court appointed advocates.