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  • A Defining Moment In History For Black Women …
  • 2019 ESSENCE Festival Unveils Epic 25th Anniversary Performance Line-Up
  • Women Grow Strong and Black PR Wire to host a Fashion Webinar with I Am CHIC on March 26th
A Defining Moment In History For Black Women …
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New Accelerator and Venture Capital Fund Forming to Help African-American Women Close The Wealth Gap In America – Through Entrepreneurship – Starting This Fall (Black PR Wire) Philadelphia, PA – Startup & THRIVE! is the new social impact accelerator and emerging venture capital fund, that is planning to host its first, Startup & THRIVE! Wealth Building Week this Fall in […]

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2019 ESSENCE Festival Unveils Epic 25th Anniversary Performance Line-Up
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- Nation’s largest annual consumer event celebrates 25th Anniversary during Fourth of July weekend – – 80+ of the world’s most talented and creative artists gather for a 3-day, can’t-miss musical “homecoming” – – Special performances celebrate two of music’s most seminal albums – Mary J. Blige’s ‘My Life’ and NAS’ ‘Illmatic’ – marking 25-year anniversaries in 2019 – – […]

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Women Grow Strong and Black PR Wire to host a Fashion Webinar with I Am CHIC on March 26th
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Free online event – registration is required (Black PR Wire) Miami, Flla. — Do you have a passion for fashion? Women Grow Strong and Black PR Wire encourage you to stay in style during Women’s History Month and all year round!  The organizations are partnering up with Christie Grays, the Commander-In-Chic of I Am Chic, to hold a fashion forward […]

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Successful 2018 BlackNLA Toy Drive – Recap
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Thank you for your support! …………. BlackNLA’s 2018 15th Annual Toy Drive was a success Benefiting At-Risk-Children 2018 Photo Recap The 2018 Toy Drive benefited the following non-profit organizations: Drew Child Development Corporation (Drew CDC), a private, non-profit organization located in South Central Los Angeles, is dedicated to the education, early intervention and the social well being of at-risk children, […]

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Black Children in Foster Care: The Struggle is Real, But So Is Hope
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What do The Game, Keyshia Cole, Denzel Washington and Ice-T all have in common? They all once represented thousands of voiceless, innocent Black children in the foster youth system. According to the Department of Children and Family Services, Black children account for eight out of 100 Los Angeles County children, but comprise 28 out of 100 foster children. For many […]

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