This issue pays tribute to Brother Ansar El Muhammad, the Smithsonian of Black Denver who made a point to always be there to document our highs and our lows as a photographer who was passionate about the community. In this month’s issue, our publisher also highlights her first trip to Martha’s Vineyard to attend the annual Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival and more. Contributor Annette Walker and Ruby Jones detail the latest on a legacy project of former Mayor Wellington Webb and First Lady Wilma Webb – the Blair Caldwell African American Research Library reopening after a 15-month closure for renovations. And in her piece on higher education, Jones reminds college students that they have more choices to advance their academic careers at Historically Black Colleges.