Rita Jean Eggleton Carter Perry was born on July 24, 1938, in Atlantic City, New Jersey. As a young child, her family relocated to Detroit, Michigan where she spent her youth and attended Detroit Public Schools. She was the daughter of Christine A. Eggleton Luffborough and the city’s first Black Prosecuting Attorney, Jesse B. Eggleton, Sr., who provided the foundation for her passion for equality and justice. As a young woman, she was very active in fighting for fairness and equal rights during one of our nation’s most trying times – the Civil Rights Movement.
NEW YORK, NY – Jamaican-born designer Glenroy March presented his Spring 2019 swimwear collection D’Marsh Fi Jamaica during New York Fashion Week at the ROW NYC in midtown Manhattan. With the Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) and Caribbean Food Delights serving as major sponsors, the top-class presentation attracted a wide cross-section of fashion and lifestyle media, influencers, bloggers, travel specialists as well as tour operators.
It's September and, while many kids are back in school, the very littlest still have a bit of time before they get to trot off to learn with their peers. For those who may feel that they're missing out, here are some fantastic board books that can be used for at-home color lessons and play.