BJTS 8-31-23

Kenny Fisher is the event coordinator for Tour de Bluff, an annual two-day bicycle-themed event organized by Novel T’s. This event is made possible through partnerships and sponsorship funding. It will take place on Friday and Saturday, September 8-9, in Pine Bluff. People of all ages, both adults and kids, are welcome to participate. To…read more »

BJTS 8-17-23

Ashley McBride, the State Director for AARAARPP Arkansas, and Classy Green, the President of AARP Pine Bluff chapter, are both involved in the sponsorship of this year’s Southern Heritage Classic football game. The game will feature our UAPB Golden Lions against the Tennessee State University Tigers on Saturday, September 9th, at the Liberty Bowl Stadium…read more »

BJTS 8-3-23

Dora A. Rodgers, the First Lady at Greater New Bibleway Church of God in Christ in North Little Rock, invites you to their free Health and Wellness Fair this Saturday from 10 am to 1 pm at 1217 W. 22nd St. The event will offer free screenings and school supplies. For more information, you can…read more »

BJTS 7-27-23

1)Dr. Calvin McFadden Sr., President of Arkansas Baptist College (ABC), a private Baptist-affiliated, historically Black college in Little Rock. Founded in 1884 as the Minister’s Institute, ABC was initially funded by the Colored Baptists of the State of Arkansas. It is the only historically Black Baptist college west of the Mississippi River. Fall semester starts…read more »

BJTS 6-29-23

1)Anna Morshedi, Local lead of the Moms On Demand, a grassroots movement of Americans fighting for public safety measures that can protect people from gun violence. Moms Demand Action has established a volunteer chapter in every state of the country and Washington, D.C. and is part of Everytown for Gun Safety, the largest gun violence…read more »

BJTS 6-15-23

1)DuShun Scarbrough, Executive Director of the MLK Commission with the Juneteenth Freedom Celebrating Fatherhood Ambassadors. Monday, June 19th with a free food giveaway from 11 AM until 2 PM at the Jacksonville Community Center, #5 Municipal Drive in Jacksonville. For more information visit 2)Key Fletcher, Director of the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center with the…read more »

BJTS 6-1-23

1)Mayor Ethan Dunbar with the Arkansas Black Mayors Association (ABMA), made up of 58 Arkansas Black mayors, established in 1972 the overarching goal is to improve the educational, economic, health, and social levels of the 441,000 citizens we serve throughout the state. They’ve received a $95.9 million investment from the United States Department of Agriculture’s…read more »

BJTS 5-25-23

1)Ebony Kimbrough with the 2023 Juneteenth Arkansas Festival Saturday, June 17th in Little Rock with a Parade starting at 11am, the festival is from 3 to 8:30 and fireworks afterwards. It all happens at Interstate Park. For more information call 501-859-3306 (tel:501-859-3306)or visit ( 2)Janet Troutman Ward, Palaski County Tax Assessor reminding everyone that…read more »

BJT 5-18-23

)Rhonda Aaron founder of Sister Friends United a 501c3 non-profit organization consist of a diverse sisterhood of women ranging in age from 27-61. Founded in October 2007 became incorporated in the State of Arkansas with a mission to “empower women to better serve the community”. This Saturday they are hosting their 15th annual “Women of…read more »

BJTS 4-20-23

1)James O Williams, founder and Philip Hood board member to talk about the Caddy Academy a nonprofit organization providing youth from challenged social and economic backgrounds the opportunity to learn the game of golf, in a safe environment. Their 2023 youth conference is coming on Saturday, May 6 at Horace Mann middle school for more…read more »