**Finale** Pain Warrior Campaign | Interview w/Jill Anne Collins

We are happy to share Jill Anne’s Pain Warrior Interview to culminate this year’s Pain Awareness Campaign We are happy to finally share Jill Anne’s Pain Warrior Interview with everyone. This interview culminates our month long inaugural Pain Awareness Campaign which unfortunately didn’t go as planned. Still we are happy to recognize Jill; an artist,Continue reading “**Finale** Pain Warrior Campaign | Interview w/Jill Anne Collins”

540WMain Seeks (High School) Baking Apprentice

Dear Community, I am pleased to announce that 540WMain is officially hiring for a brand new internship position Baking (Highschool) Apprentice Intern About the Baking Apprentice Under the direction and supervision of the Executive Director/ Gluten Free Chef (ED) the Baking Apprentice will learn and be able to understand the process of gluten free andContinue reading “540WMain Seeks (High School) Baking Apprentice”

June Featured Artist Spotlight | Brianna Correa

We are pleased to spotlight Brianna Correa our June Featured Artist About Brianna Brianna was born and raised in Rochester NY. She graduated from Vanguard Collegiate High School with a Advanced Regents Diploma in 2015 and is a graduate of Monroe Community College with an Associates in Fine Arts. Her goal as an artist isContinue reading “June Featured Artist Spotlight | Brianna Correa”

28 Days of Little Known Facts About Black American History | Bass Reeves (2)

We are pleased to spotlight Bass Reeves in day two of our first annual 28 Days of Little Known Facts About (Black) American History Bass Reeves became the first Black Deputy U.S. Marshal, In fact, it’s believed that the real “Lone Ranger” was inspired by an African American man named Bass Reeves. Reeves had beenContinue reading “28 Days of Little Known Facts About Black American History | Bass Reeves (2)”

28 Days of Little Known Facts About (Black) American History | Claudette Colvin (I)

We are pleased to begin our first annual 28 Days of Little Known Facts About (Black) American History   Before there was Rosa Parks, there was Claudette Colvin. Most people think of Rosa Parks as the first person to refuse to give up their seat on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama. There were actually severalContinue reading “28 Days of Little Known Facts About (Black) American History | Claudette Colvin (I)”