Organizers are aiming to uplift inclusivity in the Lawrence holiday market scene with a new event this December, and there’s still room for more vendors to sign up.
Candidates running for Lawrence City Commission on Saturday shared their views on community oversight of police, how to engage marginalized people and more during the final forum of this election cycle.
Joy resonated Friday evening as local Black business owners filled the Lied Center with their creations, and community members funneled in support.
August is National Black Business Month, and the Lawrence community is invited to celebrate its Black businesses during a vendor market.
Timing and purpose aligned when two childhood friends who had moved away to opposite coasts recently returned to Lawrence, feeling empowered to empower others.
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