NEW INITIATIVES: The YMI Cultural Center’s mission is expanding, says Jefferson Ellison, the nonprofit’s publicist. “They’re doing a lot of work with literacy, introducing a food bank program and finding ways where they can be supportive of Black people who maneuver through white spaces,” he explains. Photo courtesy of Jawbreaking

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