Tomorrow is election day! Let Jes Distad tell you why voting is so important to her, you, and our country, then go out and do it!
Being an independent blind person just became a little easier in this world with the invention of this incredible app that connects the blind to kind volunteers at all hours of the day. Learn more here and help make a change!
A lot of career fields are trying to promote more women, but in the freelance world it is easier to over look the discrepancy. The fashion, and especially fashion photography world, has been on old man's club for a long time, but Amy Cooper is looking to change that by empowering more women to join!
Pashon Murray's Detroit Dirt is bringing awareness to us of the importance of why we need to protect and preserve our soil. Check it out here in Jejune.
A book review of Rose McGowan's new book Brave, which discusses sexual harassment in Hollywood.
A review of the dating app, Bumble, which empowers women, by letting them sit in the driver's seat when it comes to contacting potential dates.
See The Sites Of China With Contributing Travel Editor, Carol Weinberg
A review of Dan Savage's amateur porn film festival, Hump!
Check out 'Love In Tennis" photographed by Bonnie Holland. Tennis offers the best fitness regime plus it's a social sport. Grab your racket or buy one, start playing tennis!
Contributing Travel Editor, Carol Weinberg, takes us to Cuba.
It has been over three months and Puerto Rico still in need of a lot of help. Experience some of the stories and learn how you can help here.
Despite Maria Puerto Ricans stay strong and still celebrate the holiday.. with a little help.
Christine Johnson is a fighting to keep the land the NYC government gave to her local Harlem Community Garden.
Meet SpideySteve, he is just your friendly neighborhood Spiderman, yet, instead of web swinging he makes the world a better place by working with Hope for Henry to visit sick children in hospitals and help give them the strength and encouragement they need. When he is not a saving the world, he is also, appropriately, a trapeze artist and actor.
Asheea Smith writes about being proud as a African American woman in the USA, and so much more..
On Monday, August 21st 2017 there will be a path that crosses the midline of the United States of America where everything will go black... for like two minutes, but they will be a very cool two minutes! The last total solar eclipse that graced The United States was on June 8, 1918, 99 years ago.
Author Gilbert Hetherwick takes us through the history of US healthcare.
Contributing Editor, Tina Chrismore, talks to Jejune about her experience with the past election.