For Black History Month 2019, MetroMorphosis will do weekly tributes to African American figures and/or movements that align with the core principles of our organization and its programming. Focusing on the pillars of social advocacy (Urban Congress on African...read more
2/8/2019For Black History Month 2019, MetroMorphosis will do weekly tributes to African American figures and/or movements that align with the core principles of our organization and its programming. Focusing on the pillars of social advocacy (Urban Congress on African...read more
MetroMorphosis and 100 Black Women of Baton Rouge are partnering with Black Out Loud Conference to host The Color of Currency symposium Saturday, February 2nd at Louisiana Leadership Institute. The Color of Currency is a one-day symposium designed to assist...read more
The Mentoring in Real Life Awards, an event organized by the multi-organization collective, MentoringBR, took place Wednesday, January 24th at Oak Lodge. The awards were meant to honor mentors making a difference in the lives of Baton Rouge youth. The event's keynote...read more
by Donney RoseJanuary 23, 2019January is National Mentoring Month and a network of some of Baton Rouge's most impact driven agencies are committed to ensuring that the youth of Baton Rouge see a drastic increase in the amount of mentors serving them. The network,...read more
For decades the Black barbershop has been regarded as a sanctuary of sorts for African American men to discuss everything from sports to politics to relationship advice. A few months back the team at MetroMorphosis began a series of barbershop talks to converse with...read more
A cultural shift has happened in Baton Rouge, L.A., which welcomed Vegan Friendly Foods to the capital area on December 1st. With an influx of individuals aspiring to live a healthier life, a vegan restaurant was a nice addition to the plethora of meat heavy menus to...read more
#CulturalExchange: Short Interviews w/ Local Change AgentsDr. Tamiara Wade is the President of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. – Metropolitan Baton Rouge ChapterUrban Renewal: For those who are unfamiliar with you, who is Dr. Tamiara Wade and what are...read more
#CulturalExchange: Short Interviews w/ Local Change AgentsRonaldo Hardy is the pastor at Love Alive ChurchUrban Renewal: For those unfamiliar with you, who is Ronaldo Hardy and what are the driving forces behind your work?Ronaldo Hardy: People know me for my work as...read more
Mini Interview with local change agent Chris Tyson, President and CEO, East Baton Rouge Redevelopment Authority and Newman Trowbridge Distinguished Professor of Law, LSU Law CenterUrban Renewal: For those unfamiliar with you and your work, who is Chris Tyson and what...read more
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