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Saturday morning began with a 3 mile march and ended with a community discussion with Mayor Linda Gorton and other panelists.
Lexington activist and hip hop artist Devine Carama got a big surprise Saturday as part of Southland Christian Church's One Dollar Club program.
Coroavirus restrictions have kept family members and friends from being able to say goodbye to loved ones during funerals.
The daughter of Lexington community activist Devine Carama has died.
Lexington hip-hop artist and community activist Devine Carama delivered 2,700 donated coats to those in need.
A Lexington man is giving back to kids in need once again this holiday season through his non-profit 'Believing In Forever Incorporated', an organization dedicated to inspiring and encouraging youth advancement through art, leadership, education & community service
The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department is hosting a free community training class on Narcan and will provide a free Narcan kit to those who attend.
Lexington hip hop artist and activist Devine Carama is asking for donations for his annual coat drive.
Saturday, May 25th, Carama is inviting the public to take part in a one day community service initiative called "I Love To Serve" where students of all ages will get involved in some type of community service.
My name is Devine Carama, and I am prepping the release of my new album, Kingtucky II! I'm nominated for "Best Hip Hop Artist" and...
When the weather is cold, many people reach for a coat to keep themselves warm, but not everyone has one in their closet.
People in Lexington have started a new movement, called "It's over now, stop the bullying," as part of the effort to do just that.
On Saturday, Lexington artist and activist Devine Carama was honored with an award from the YMCA of Central Kentucky's Black Achievers.
Movies are powerful. They entertain, make us think, and make us feel valued. A Lexington community leader took advantage of that power Saturday. He took as many young African American men as he could to see the new "Black Panther" movie.
Lexington rapper and community advocate Devine Carama delivered donated coats to less fortunate children in eastern Kentucky on Thursday.
This year, Carama hopes to give over 2500 coats to kids who need them.
Devine Carama, hip-hop artist and owner of the children's non-profit "Believing in Forever, Inc.," comes by the studio to tell Meteorologist Eric Burke about the 3rd Annual "A Coat to Keep the Cold Away" clothing drive that aims to keep children warm this winter.
Devine Carama, local hip hop artist and director of the children's nonprofit "Believing in Forever, Inc., is spreading the word about the 3rd annual "A Coat to Keep the Cold Away" youth coat drive.
A three-day community event running from September 16-18 aims for participants to reflect on community involvement.
A Lexington Hip-Hop artist is back from Flint, Michigan.
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