NBC 6 Anchor Jawan Strader talks to Coral Springs' first Black commissioner about his upbringing and public service.
Lauren Underwood became the youngest black woman in history to be sworn in to the House of Representatives on Thursday afternoon.
Music mogul Ted Lucas shares his latest project he's bringing to his hometown Miami Gardens. The Slip-N-Slide Records founder works to mentor and serve the youth in Miami Gardens.
Newly elected Mayor of Opa-Locka talks about his plans to bring change to the city after years of scandal and violence.
Equipped with a machete, a man spent countless hours trying to clean up a historic cemetery to connect with a loved one. NBC 6's Jawan Strader reports.
As a child, artist Bancroft Fitzgerald didn't let ADHD stop him from creating intricate art pieces. Today, his art work can be found on the walls and ceilings of Cafe Collective in Fort Lauderdale.
On Voices with Jawan Strader, visual storyteller Mojo talks about what inspires his artwork and how he impacts the youth.
Anchor Jawan Strader talks to Peter Webley, publisher of Caribbean Today, and Tony Lesesne, VP of Black-Owned Media Alliance about the importance of amplifying Black voices in the media.
Three women talk about their journey in their male-dominated careers and how they navigate through the challenges.
A young boy in Miami Gardens wants kids like him to speak up about their pain and anxiety. He's getting his message out through his published book, Asthma Sucks. The book is one of three books following his...