The Trenton African American Cultural Festival formerly the Trenton African American Pride festival is an annual celebration of the history, culture, heritage, and arts that represent the rich traditions and zestful spirit of African contributions throughout the diaspora. Following the legacy of the African American culture’s Juneteenth celebration, the goal of the festival is to inspire an appreciation for the diversity, influence and contributions of the African Diaspora.
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Living Well with Jennifer Vose
What to do about stress: When you take notice of the things you do to cope with stress, you may find that your coping strategies aren't exactly healthy habits. In fact, our stress coping methods sometimes lead to more negative consequences than the stressor itself. This week on Living Well, Jennifer offers some suggestions for stress management that promote overall wellness.
Strike Up the Band with Ted Otten & Michael Kownacky
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