October 07, 2007

Stephanie Shapiro

Stephanie Shapiro has been a features reporter covering various beats for The Sun and Evening Sun since 1985. As a lifestyles writer, she writes about everything, including home design. In this edition of UniSun, Shapiro takes note of four African-American homeowners and tells you how they added depth and character to their favorite room, using mementos, art, artifacts and other personal touches.

Harold Fisher

A former anchor for WBFF-TV's Fox 45 Morning News, Harold Fisher earned a B.S. degree from Morgan State University in 1986. After beginning his journalism career at a Washington radio station, he moved to television to work for Cable News 21 in Rockville. He has also worked as a TV anchor and reporter in Florida, Alabama, Missouri, Ohio and New York. He freelances as a reporter for WHUR-FM in Washington. For UniSun, he wrote an article about an artist whose latest exhibit documents musicians from Baltimore's jazz scene.

Felicia Pride

Baltimore native Felicia Pride is a writer, literacy advocate and hip-hop baby. She's the author of The Message: 100 Life Lessons From Hip Hop's Greatest Songs and the co-author of the young-adult anthology Hallway Diaries. She's also the founder of BackList, an organization dedicated to keeping books in style. She tells UniSun readers about a woman who wrote a children's book that spins off the themes of the Covenant With Black America movement begun by television-show host Tavis Smiley.

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