New York City school teacher Anrica Caldwell talked with Paul Manafort’s wife one day while they visited the loves of their lives in a Pennsylvania federal prison. Donald Trump’s onetime campaign chairman, convicted of a raft of financial crimes, is scheduled to see daylight in 2024—nearly a decade before the man she's engaged to marry someday.
Like most kids growing up in Minna, Nigeria, Jonathan Kolo loved basketball. The American transplant still adores the game, taking his 6-foot-6 frame back there every year to teach today’s children the kind of lessons that apply both on and off the court.
“It feel like somebody did give me one hard punch inna mi gut,” that’s how Charlene Chambers said she remembered feeling on the day she was told she was HIV positive. Charlene, who has been living with HIV for over 13 years and receives treatment at Jamaica AIDS Support for Life (JASL), is one of the success stories which shows that one’s positive HIV status doesn’t have to define them. It had always been her dream to be an entrepreneur and in 2018, JASL partnered with the European Union (EU) to help Charlene achieve her lifelong dream of opening and owning her own shop. However, the road to get there would be one filled with hardships and disappointments.
When Najah Aziz nodded off during an annual job performance review, she knew she had to make a move. She wanted out of the insurance business and into the hair salon, feeding a passion she developed as a child styling her six sisters’ hair.