20 Songs about Gold

Music has been inspired by many things over the years, and one of the most captivating is the elusive metal of gold. From the very first stories told around campfires to modern-day songs, the fascination with gold has never died. It is a symbol of wealth, prosperity, and, most of all, success. In the world


20 Songs about Jenny

Songs about love and relationships have been a staple in the music industry for as long as music has existed. They have the power to evoke powerful emotions and memories, and often provide a source of comfort and solace in difficult times. Over the years, many songs have been written about specific people, including the


20 Songs about Meeting Someone

Meeting someone new can be a life-changing experience. Whether it’s a chance encounter on the street, a first date, or an introduction through a mutual friend, the moment you meet someone who will become a significant part of your life is unforgettable. Music has the power to evoke emotions and memories, and there are countless


Urban League Leaders: Unjustified killing of Anthony Lowe underscores the urgency of transforming police culture and accountability

NEW YORK and LOS ANGELES (February 3, 2023) – Urban League leaders today said the cold blooded killing of a disabled man as he tried to flee police reveals an almost delusional mindset on  the part of the Huntington Park officers who shot him, underscoring the urgency of transforming  police culture and accountability.  “Absolutely no


Op-ed: Community Invited to Engage with Researchers to Overcome Disparities in Kidney Disease and Transplantation

By Krista Lentine and Deryl Cunningham Long overdue, the medical community increasingly is turning its attention toward understanding and addressing racial and ethnic health disparities. We – a physician and a patient – write to shed light on kidney disease, an area where racially based health disparities are stark and where more research is needed