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By Omnira institute
The 2nd annual Black Eyed-Pea Festival is one of most celebrated African-American heritage festivals in Oakland and very much anticipated by the entire community.
By International City Theatre
International City Theatre continues its 30th anniversary season with a production celebrating the 30th anniversary of a modern American classic: Fences by August Wilson.
By Miami Beach Bruthaz, LLC
MBB Signature Bruthaz SpeakUP Event To Be Held at World Erotic Art Museum
By Creative Investment Research, Inc.
AUSTIN – The Texas Association of African American Chambers of Commerce (TAAACC) will host its 16th Annual Conference in Austin, Texas September 24-25. Mr. Cunningham will detail his 2016 Economic Forecast.
By Nation Time Inc
Nation Time Inc calls for Massive Rally in Detroit in order to Declare Independence, Occupy the city and Demand Compensation for Slavery
By Gathering of the Moms
Mothers across metro Atlanta will come together and connect to mourn the lives of their sons at the Clayton County Justice Center in Jonesboro, GA on Saturday, May 30 from 9:00-10:00 AM
By Project Brownstone
New York-based non-profit in the education sector honors Inez Dickens, a New York City Council member, in its annual award to recognize key members of the community
By Naeem K. Turner-Bandele
Surreal opportunities don't happen by accident. Author Naeem K. Turner-Bandele, began to reflect on his seventeen years on the planet.
By The Raising Supaman Project
Learn some of the tools and strategies the parents of top students use to help their children excel in the classroom. In this one hour talk, you'll understand the real reason why some students succeed while others do not.
By 9191038 Canada Corp o/a Nuwla
Nuwla creates "Celebrity View" Playlist on channel. Veteran Actor shares view.
By Mu Epsilon Omega Chapter
The Orange County Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Mu Epsilon Omega, is proud to award three $1,000 scholarships to female African-American high school seniors in Orange and Los Angeles counties.
By First World Theatre Ensemble
First World Theatre Ensemble Forges Dynamic Collaborative to Unveil Joseph A. Walker’s American Classic to New Audiences “For Such A Time As This”
By National Society of Black Engineers
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) Professionals Partners with Northrop Grumman, Comcast NBCUniversal, Intel, Genentech, ESPN, GE Capital, and Many More on the NSBE 41st Annual Convention in Anaheim.
By Odyssey Theatre Ensemble
The West Coast premiere of an explosive new drama by Dominique Morisseau
By Envisioning Freedom
As centennial commemorations of DW Griffith’s Birth of a Nation gear up, a new book by historian Cara Caddoo proves African Americans helped invent the movies a decade before the first Hollywood film.
By 100 Black Men of Sacramento
Event will take place on Saturday, February 21st, 2015. 5735 47th Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95824. Pre-Registration reaches nearly 400 youth & parents
By Mount Ida College
to lead workshop at Summer Institute on Grief and Loss at Mount Ida College
By W. M. Stone Enterprises
Melissa Harville-LeBron, the owner of the first multicultural, competitive developmental racing team licensed by NASCAR, has selected Quintessential Media and Stilettos & Sounds LLC as her public relation agencies of record.
By The City of East Orange
East Orange City Hall to Host Collection of New and Vintage Holiday Decorations
By Nation Time Inc
Nation Time Inc Gives Free Stock Share to all African Americans

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By Apex Reviews
Branch strives to remove barriers for a better quality of life.
By Omnira institute
The 2nd annual Black Eyed-Pea Festival is one of most celebrated African-American heritage festivals in Oakland and very much anticipated by the entire community.
By Duchess Harris, Ph.D.
The Feminist Wire, a leading online site for socio-political and cultural critiques, called a new book, Black Lives Matter, a ‘comprehensive guide’ to the movement for both educators and activists ‘looking for a one-stop reference.'
By International City Theatre
International City Theatre continues its 30th anniversary season with a production celebrating the 30th anniversary of a modern American classic: Fences by August Wilson.
By Miami Beach Bruthaz, LLC
MBB Signature Bruthaz SpeakUP Event To Be Held at World Erotic Art Museum
By Osage Phoenix Productions
Reality TV at its finest gives us a candid look at the interesting lives of those around us. One such show currently in production is slated to give viewers an in-depth look into the world of minority bikers.
By Health Power for Minorities
Website to feature tackling the “Big Four” diseases and first-ever communications network
By Creative Investment Research, Inc.
AUSTIN – The Texas Association of African American Chambers of Commerce (TAAACC) will host its 16th Annual Conference in Austin, Texas September 24-25. Mr. Cunningham will detail his 2016 Economic Forecast.
By Hudson Mainstage Theatre
Extended by popular demand at the Hudson Theatre, the Los Angeles Times “Critic’s Choice” smash hit musical follows the fascinating true story of black businessman, record label owner and music producer John Dolphin.
By Peralta Publishing
Peralta Publishing has just released an audiobook version of Kelvin L. Reed’s latest novel, Once a Month, featuring the voice talents of veteran voiceover actress Quiana Goodrum.
By Questioning the Universe Publishing
on JAZZY 88 WFSK on Sunday, 14 June 2015 from 7:10 - 7:30 AM
By Nation Time Inc
Nation Time Inc calls for Massive Rally in Detroit in order to Declare Independence, Occupy the city and Demand Compensation for Slavery
By juneteenth
Celebration takes place in the birthplace Juneteenth. Galveston Texas
By Gathering of the Moms
Mothers across metro Atlanta will come together and connect to mourn the lives of their sons at the Clayton County Justice Center in Jonesboro, GA on Saturday, May 30 from 9:00-10:00 AM
By Project Brownstone
New York-based non-profit in the education sector honors Inez Dickens, a New York City Council member, in its annual award to recognize key members of the community
By NorCal Press
Atlanta Black Theatre Festival of the Arts is Back in Atlanta
By Naeem K. Turner-Bandele
Surreal opportunities don't happen by accident. Author Naeem K. Turner-Bandele, began to reflect on his seventeen years on the planet.
By The Raising Supaman Project
Learn some of the tools and strategies the parents of top students use to help their children excel in the classroom. In this one hour talk, you'll understand the real reason why some students succeed while others do not.
By 9191038 Canada Corp o/a Nuwla
Nuwla creates "Celebrity View" Playlist on channel. Veteran Actor shares view.
By Mu Epsilon Omega Chapter
The Orange County Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Mu Epsilon Omega, is proud to award three $1,000 scholarships to female African-American high school seniors in Orange and Los Angeles counties.
By Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.
The Western Region of Sigma Gamma Rho Celebrates 63 Years of Service to the Community at Regional Conference in Phoenix, Arizona.
By First World Theatre Ensemble
First World Theatre Ensemble Forges Dynamic Collaborative to Unveil Joseph A. Walker’s American Classic to New Audiences “For Such A Time As This”
By Canaan Kennedy
“Struggles to Victory: Over Racism in America” explores the triumphant lives of Adrienne Kennedy, Africare co-founder Dr. Joseph C. Kennedy, and television producer Adam P. Kennedy
By Bennett Career Institute
Contact Information: Vern Goff Emerald City Communications and Marketing emeraldcitymarketing@aol.com (202) 262-1786 (202)495-0822 Chet Bennett BCI (202) 526-1403 _____________________________________________________________________________ FOR IMMEDIATE.
By National Society of Black Engineers
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) Professionals Partners with Northrop Grumman, Comcast NBCUniversal, Intel, Genentech, ESPN, GE Capital, and Many More on the NSBE 41st Annual Convention in Anaheim.
By UIC College of Dentistry
Third-year University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry student Dante Brown has been awarded a University of Illinois at Chicago Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship.
By Versandra Kennebrew Intl
Thousands of African American Women have gathered at The Black Women’s Expo (BWE) for 21-years to learn, teach and grow personally and professionally. This year, The Love Tour 2015 has cherry picked experts in wellness and personal developme
By Odyssey Theatre Ensemble
The West Coast premiere of an explosive new drama by Dominique Morisseau
By PA Public Relations Company
T. L. Allen Books launches Face book Fan Page online to keep customers informed of New Book Formats, T. L. Allen News, and Description of Books, Customer Reviews , announcements of upcoming new releases and list of distribution websites, etc.
By Theatre Planners
The fascinating true story of black businessman, record label owner and music producer John Dolphin.
By Joycie Russ
There’s Always Love Blog Tour Kicks off March 10th to 20th Welcoming in Spring
By BlkTown.com
BlkTown, Inc. announced today that it has recently launched its new interactive website, BlkTown.com, devoted to connecting consumers with black-owned businesses.
By Envisioning Freedom
As centennial commemorations of DW Griffith’s Birth of a Nation gear up, a new book by historian Cara Caddoo proves African Americans helped invent the movies a decade before the first Hollywood film.
By CAAPA
First-time ever --- free MasterClass Series features renowned African American classical musicians in cities throughout the United States helping to “Bring Color to the Classics”.
By SwagHer Magazine
February Issue Also Includes Workout Tips, Home Trends, and Exclusive Interviews
By Peralta Publishing
“It started with a dream,” author Kelvin L. Reed admitted about his latest novel, Once a Month, just released on February 1.  He elaborated: “A couple of years ago my wife had a female friend who was going through a divorce.
By 100 Black Men of Sacramento
Event will take place on Saturday, February 21st, 2015. 5735 47th Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95824. Pre-Registration reaches nearly 400 youth & parents
By National Black Prosecutors Association
In a letter written by the President of the National Black Prosecutors Association, addressed to to Senators Grassly and Leahy, Melba Pearson urged Congress to confirm Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch, United States Attorney for the Eastern...
By KimberlyElise.com
Hit The Floor star hosts Cupcakes and Coils, a workshop for loving natural hair
By Mount Ida College
to lead workshop at Summer Institute on Grief and Loss at Mount Ida College
By W. M. Stone Enterprises
Melissa Harville-LeBron, the owner of the first multicultural, competitive developmental racing team licensed by NASCAR, has selected Quintessential Media and Stilettos & Sounds LLC as her public relation agencies of record.
By The City of East Orange
East Orange City Hall to Host Collection of New and Vintage Holiday Decorations
By Nation Time Inc
Nation Time Inc Gives Free Stock Share to all African Americans
By libertebook.com
Alan Cramer's libertebook.com responds to ebook reader complaints
By University of Houston
Religious beliefs and practices may reduce thoughts of suicide among African-American adults in stressful life events induced by racial discrimination, according to a new research study conducted at the University of Houston (UH).
By PA Public Relations Company
Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce, Inc. 30th Annual Small Businessperson of the Year and Legislative Breakfast honored Sharon Davis, CEO SJ Edwards, Inc./VP Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
By Joycie Russ
New Author Joycie Russ Publishes Her First Long Awaited Book
By Ohio State African American Alumni Society
Alumni Award Honorees Include Stephanie Hightower, Minnie McGee, Eric Dean Seaton, and Judson L. Jeffries, Followed by a Special Performance by R&B Singer Miki Howard
By Judson Press
Judson Press best-selling author Marvin A. McMickle issues a challenge to African American churches, and specifically clergy, to reengage in the political process as active agents so that the issues facing African American communities are addressed.
By UIC College of Dentistry
Dr. Darien Weatherspoon has joined the faculty within the Division of Prevention and Public Health Sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry as an Assistant Professor of Pediatric Dentistry.


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