When the D.J. played the music for the electric slide, ninety-one-year-old Laura Banks-Reed, Ed.D abruptly dropped her cane "like it was hot," and headed for the dance floor to join the rest of her green and pink Soror's for the popular line dance. As her
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Clinton will deliver nominating address Wednesday; Biden will make acceptance speech Thursday
CHARLOTTE – The Democratic National Convention Committee and the Obama for America Campaign today announced that Vice President Joe Biden will deliver remarks at the 2012 Democratic National Convention on Thursday, September
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Aubry L. Stone CEO of The California Black Chamber of Commerce
Brooklyn native Aubry L. Stone is a prime example of a mover and a shaker. At 68 years young, he is energetic, warm and passionate about his involvement as a community activist for economic empowerment. As
As an Essence Music Festival (EMF) first timer I can honestly say, it won’t be the last. As far as I'm concerned, July 2013 can’t get here fast enough!
Held in the magical city of New Orleans or as some say, N'awlins, the annual event was
“Beautiful music in a beautiful setting. Now let’s drink some more wine, maybe we’ll sound better, cheers!” Jokingly says the uber-cool energetic musician Brian Culbertson, one half of the “Dream Tour,” who performed Sunday, at one of Temecula Wine Country’s most captivating outdoor venues, Thornton
Procter & Gamble’s My Black is Beautiful (MBIB) announced Imagine a Future, a new initiative designed to positively impact the lives of one million black girls over the next three years. In collaboration with UNCF (United Negro College Fund) and Black Girls Rock! (BGR!), Imagine
The American Stroke Association kicks off a national hip hop stroke video competition for 10- to 17-year-olds to broaden public awareness about stroke.
The free competition at www.strokeassociation.org/hiphopcontest will engage and educate youth on stroke while igniting their creative use of visual arts.
Stroke is the No.