Author: Ebony Gibbs


Women Entrepreneurs in Spotlight at Harambee Festival

Sheena Backas is a Tallahassee entrepreneur who has been in business since 2008. She makes affordable, natural products using quality ingredients.   “Everything that I use is handmade by myself and my daughter. The ingredients that we use are 100 percent oils and essential oils, and they are also therapeutic. […]


idiUm: An Urban Twist

Photo by Ebony Gibbs The opening reception for idiUm, an exhibition of vibrant colors with a combination of detailed figures, was displayed in the Foster-Tanner Fine Arts Gallery, April 22, 2016. idiUm, a visual collection created by graduating senior, Eneicia Nina-Bentiz from Miami Fla., took a modern spin on contemporary […]


An Insight into Nature’s Personality

Nature’s Personality is an exhibition featured by the Meek-Eaton Southeastern Regional Black Archives Research Center and Museum as a part of Florida A&M University’s Artists In Bloom Festival. Created by Marcella David, the university’s provost, Florida A&M University, Nature’s Personality defines the essence of capturing the affection of different environments […]


Is it Black History month?

Courtesy of NAACP Black History month is dedicated to highlighting the accomplishments and milestones achieved by prominent African American pioneers. As an African American student attending an historical university, students have become concerned that things that are not as relevant as our history are washing out our roots. On the […]