FRIENDS Honor the Power of Sisterhood

November 29, 2017 admin 0

The Faithful, Resourceful, Independent/Intelligent, Eclectic, Divinely (F.R.I.E.N.D.S) connected and joined together over the holiday weekend for their 8th annual international friendship appreciation luncheon held at River City Brewing Company. The Friends first gathered in 2010 after […]

CNN to Launch ‘The Van Jones Show’ in January

November 28, 2017 Staff 0

PHOTO CHELSEA/VARIETY by Brian Steinberg (Variety)Van Jones, the civil rights advocate and former Obama administration advisor, will get a regular bimonthly slot on CNN’s primetime schedule with “The Van Jones Show.”The one-hour program will launch […]

$130 Billion Impact Of HBCUs

November 27, 2017 Staff 0

They often receive inequitable state and federal funding and are often under-resourced and under-supported. Despite their uphill battle, new research details that historically Black colleges and universities have had a positive economic impact on the […]

Dr. Martin L. King Center in Atlanta Closed

November 27, 2017 Staff 0

THE REFLECTING POOL that surrounds the crypt of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his wife will be drained and refurbished. In preparation for the 50th Anniversary of the Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, […]

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