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New Book Presents Iconic Reformer Ida B. Wells as a Model for Today’s Justice Seekers

African-American scholar/activist Catherine Meeks, and Anglo pastor Nibs Stroupe reclaim Wells as a model for the church: a profound witness for faith-based work of resistance and resilience, and a guide for those seeking to respond to the current state of affairs in the U.S. CHICAGO (PRWEB)November 04, 2019 Born enslaved, Ida B. Wells was a powerful reformer and witness for […]

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Author Josephine Pelt’s new book “PJ’s Story” is an engaging life story chronicling the journey of a young African American girl growing up in the Jim Crow South

Recent release “PJ’s Story: Life and Struggles of a Single Parent” from Page Publishing author Josephine Pelt is the biography of Pa’Nina Joy Peyton, (“P.J.”), born poor in rural 1950s-era Alabama to a family of fourteen children that struggled to make ends meet. Her journey of perseverance, determination, and faith is an inspiration to all. SAGINAW, Mich. (PRWEB)November 05, 2019 […]

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Urban One Honors commemorates the 40th anniversary of Radio One and recognizes African American luminaries.
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Urban One, Inc. Announces A Star-Studded Lineup of Honorees, Presenters and Performers for Urban One Honors: Jamie Foxx, Missy Elliott, Billy Porter, Ne-Yo and Many More   SILVER SPRING, Md. (PRWEB)November 13, 2019 Cathy Hughes, Urban One Founder and Chairwoman, today announced the honorees, performers and presenters for the prestigious annual URBAN ONE HONORS event on Thursday, December 5, 2019, […]

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Theatrical Release @ Array’s Amanda Cinema in LA | Burning Cane by Phillip Youmans
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 “Every moment in BURNING CANE is of consequence — the consequence of living and being.” – Variety Dear Friends,   Ava DuVernay’s ARRAY proudly announces our Amanda Cinema theatrical release of 2019 Tribeca Film Festival winner and 2019 Gotham Awards nominee, BURNING CANE. Please kindly consider supporting the twenty-third theatrical release for our grassroots film collective by sharing with your networks, family and friends via […]

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BlackNLA’s 16th Annual Toy Drive

Learn how we’re helping children this upcoming season, and how you can too! We want YOU to help us put a smile on the faces of hundreds of children this holiday season. To maximize the reach of potential donations, is seeking participation of businesses and individuals to organize their staff, fellow co-workers, friends, clients and others in the surrounding […]

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