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By Discover Paris!
Black Paris Profiles™ presents the rich and uncommon stories of 16 contemporary African-American and black Caribbean expatriates. It is a “must read” for anyone considering a move to Paris or simply wondering what it is like to live there.
By Natalie Stavale
The monies were raised through the dental organization’s revenue generated via patient services on MLK Day, January 16, 2012; local charities in Detroit, Atlanta and Miami benefit.
By GM Klimczak
Azizi Books Celebrates Black History Month with Book Signing Featuring Fathers’ Rights Author and Atty Jeffery Leving
By John Parker, CEO
John Parker received recognition for his family operating the first integrated restaurant in the Carolina region 50 years ago. The North Carolina Museum of History accepted the artifacts prior to the start of Black History Month in Raleigh, NC.
By The Sur-Ryl Group
Fresh face actress Sequoia Houston is set to appear in “Torn-The Willie Lynch Letter.” New to Hollywood, she is proving to be one of the hot new actresses to watch.
By Horn PR
Hollywood, CA (February 16, 2012) – Catch rising Hollywood star Christine Horn during black history month in “Blood Done Sign My Name” on TV One and Neflix.
MIDF Presents Drum Beats Black History Month An Evening of Celebration of the Drum and Black Culture
By Bruce Bradley - MuhtadiDrumFest.com
Thursday February 16th from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Free Reception at The Artscape Wychwood Barns with Drumming Performances, An Animated Display of African Drums, Art Works by Local Black Visual Artists
By Hunterdon Art Museum
Bring the kids to the ArtZone during the month of February and learn a bit about contemporary African-American artists and do a project based on their work.
By Mary Abrahmson
Urbanites tend to receive more beer and fast food ads than financial education resources and opportunities with integrity. Four weeks of a "Wealth of Knowledge" may just be a beginning. But it's a beginning for many who otherwise may not have it.
By Maggie Anzardo
Southland Mall launches literacy campaign in partnership with RIVVID.
By The Platinum Marketing & Public Relations Group
Tia Norfleet , Pastor Marvin Sapp, Dr. Steve Perry, Laz Alonzo, DJ Beverly Bond, The Three Doctors and Malcolm Jenkins Featured in Web Series Celebrating Black History Month
By Kelli Langley - Senior VP Omni Global Music
A Black History Month Celebration Featuring Special Musical Guest Bishop Paul S. Morton & The FGBCF Mass Choir
By Michele Glazer
Roswell, Georgia's Barrington Hall will feature an exhibit on Gullah culture and heritage during Black History Month throughout the month of February.
By 20 North Gallery
Downtown gallery pays tribute to iconic arts visionary, Peggy Grant, with an exhibition of fifteen local, regional and national artists in the longest-running Black History Month art event in Toledo, Ohio.
By Wealth Building Academy, LLC
Diversity adds strength to organizations, communities, countries and the world. Black History Month 2012 is just around the corner, ensure you have an expert speaker to deliver a masterful program for your audience.
By Wealth Building Academy, LLC
History in and of itself is a chronological record of significant events, thus Black History is part of the American experience. Discover how much of a difference an inspirational speaker will make for your 2012 Black History Month program.
By Michele Glazer
Roswell's historic home, Barrington Hall, hosts Gullah cook and cultural historian Sallie Ann Robinson on Saturday, February 18 from 11:00AM - 3:00PM
By John F. Blair, Publisher
Writer Wilbur Cross tells the little-known story of an enduring people and their heritage in a paperback edition of GULLAH CULTURE IN AMERICA. Learn about their influence over South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida during Black History Month.
By RSL Management Services
London, UK - Brides of Culture (BoC) is back for the fourth instalment of its unique free Bridal Exhibition.
BTWSC uses contents of 'NARM (Naming And role Model) Highlighting African British Male Role Models 1907-2007' book to highlight African British civil rights activists in a series of Black History Month events across London.
By Draper Laboratory
Draper Laboratory continued its annual workforce diversity and inclusion awareness activities by celebrating Women’s History Month throughout March with events intended to raise awareness of women’s contribution to a wide range of fields.
By Cristen Fletcher
Truliant Federal Credit Union will appear on the Triad Today’s Black History Month special television show Friday, February 25 on (ABC 45) at 6:30 a.m. and again on Sunday, February 27 at 10:00 p.m. on (My 48).
By A WILLIAMS ENTERTAINMENT
Best International Film, (United Kingdom Black International Film Festival), Directors Choice Award (Portland African American Film Festival)
By Wendy Raven McNair
Author Wendy Raven McNair Embarks on a February Book Tour to Celebrate Black History Month, Share the History of African American Literature, and Discuss the Asleep Trilogy, Her Young Adult Fantasy Story
By Larraine Covington
Share The Dream And Perpetuate The Purpose With President Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, The Tuskegee Airman, The Buffalo Soldier And Other Thomas Blackshear Ebony Visions™ Figurines, Each Available At Collector Hub, In Time For Black History Month!
By Adelphi University
Adelphi University is pleased to host Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham as she delivers the John Hope Franklin Distinguished Lecture “From Slavery to Freedom and the Legacy of John Hope Franklin: A Tribute.”
By Genji, Inc.
Genji Inc., purveyor of all-natural sushi and Japanese cuisine for Whole Foods Market is proud to announce that over $20,000 was raised in 2010 through its “Special Roll for a Special Cause” program, since its beginning in August.
By Iona College
Iona College, New Rochelle, will pay tribute to Black History Month, celebrated in February, with a multi-media presentation, art exhibit and other events that are open to the public free of charge.
Mr. Divabetic hosts a live radio discussion with author Constance Brown-Riggs about living well and eating soulfully.
By Harris Stowe-State University
Harris-Stowe State University, with the St. Louis African-American History and Genealogy Society, is hosting the organization’s second annual conference: Genealogy from Cradle to Grave - Researching the African-American Family over the Generations.
By Adelphi University
Adelphi University is pleased to announce that it will host the third annual African American Literary Read-In, entitled “Herstory/History: Voices from the Journey.”
By Jade Media PR
Pianist Jade Simmons will perform solo pieces, a jazz-inspired duet and riveting songs with soprano Tara Nova in the Salute to Black History Month, a musical celebration organized in part by the Long Island Composers Association.
By Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency
The drama and diversity of Africa’s culture will be featured throughout Delray Beach, as different venues collaborate for a multi‐location exhibit and series of events that opens February 3rd and continues through Black History Month.
By Michele Glazer
In celebration of Black History Month and Roswell, Georgia's Roots Fesitval, historic home Barrington Hall will host the "Soulful Praise" gospel choir on Feb.12, 2011 from 3:00-4:30PM on the grounds of the property. Free and open to the public.
By Wendy Raven McNair
Author Wendy Raven McNair Celebrates Black History Month With a Book Tour Sharing Her Journey to Writing the Asleep Fantasy Trilogy a Thrilling Tale Featuring African American Teen Super Beings
By Gutsy Gals Inspire Me™
This month's Gutsy Gals Inspire Me™ Newsletter is out and full of amazing stories, including the announcement that we are sending a Gutsy cap to anyone you deem gutsy, free of charge! (for a limited time!)
By Platform Communications
1st Annual Harlem Fine Arts Show will present an unprecedneted collection of works by Afro_american artists - established and emerging - at Harlem's Historis 369th Armory '
By Roy Primm Research
In honor of Black history month. We’ll discuss soul food recipes and the role it has played in not only Black history, but American history. Plus, how it has made it from the slave house to the White House.
By Rebuilding Broken Places CDC
The Stop the Funeral Initiative and its Covenant Partners will host a viewing of Cash Michaels’ powerful film“Obama in NC-The Pathway to History” February 24, 2010 from 7:00PM to 9:30PM at Victory Faith Center, 805 Highway 13 South, Goldsboro
By Aishah Pacheco, CMP
Chuck d, founder of public enemy, and dr. Mae jemison, first woman of color in space, present keynote speeches at ga tech aasu black leadership conference on feb 21, 2010 at the ferst center for the arts
By Still Motion Media
To honor our first African American President and celebrate President’s Day, “Celebrating Barack Obama in Pictures" an interactive e-book that can be downloaded to computer was released today.
By Power Public Relations
An educational opportunity designed for local school districts as well for the general public.
By Hope Through Knowledge Resources.org
African Americans unable to bear medical costs neglect screening and medications, defaulting instead to emergency rooms for care. Vascular disease and diabetes are more common in blacks and can lead to early death, possibly preventable.
By APM Public Relations-Angela P. Moore
Celebrate Black History month with Actor Xavier J. Watson starring in Playwright Shahara Ruth's highly anticipated play “The Ancestors Live Here” at the14th Street Playhouse in Atlanta on February 13, 2010
By Forum One Communications
Forum One launches an official U.S. Army web site to coincide with black history month and debut of the PBS documentary, "For Love of Liberty." Site serves as invaluable resource of videos, photos, and stories for veterans, educators, and students.
By Chrystal King
Black History Month is officially here and Merchant Resources International would like to take this time out to recognize the African American small business owners across the country.
By Avenue Pink, LLC.
Avenue Pink honors Black History Month with social activist, Jeff Johnson, and teen educator, Dr. Scyatta Wallace, in live radio broadcast to discuss how millenials relate to Black heritage today, airing Monday, February 1, 10 p.m. EST.
By Susan Klopfer
You are a classroom teacher. Black History Month has arrived and you want to present a meaningful lesson for your students. How can you talk about the murder of Emmett Till -- a significant civil rights event -- without frightening children?
International Prostate Cancer Observance Day for Black History Month on behalf of 100 Million people
By Salary PR
Prostate Cancer Awareness Observance Day Proclaimed on February 2nd,2010 honoring BrownByrd Prostate Cancer Foundation’s CEO & Founder Actor Kevin Byrd during Black History Month on behalf of 100 million citizens.
By D. DelReverda / URBANE D'ART Inc.
Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University. 4602 Butler University Ave. Friday, February 5, 2010. Beginning at 6:30pm. Join acclaimed artist D. DelReverda-Jennings, as she guides a Gallery view & discussion of her vibrant 2 and 3-D Fine Art works.
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