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Aquaman & The Lost Kingdom Debuts Black Manta

day, Warner Bros Discovery released a new featurette for the sequel to the highest-grossing DC film of all time: “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom”, premiering December 22, in theaters. The “Dark Powers Awaken” featurette promises an up-close and personal look at Black Manta’s motivations, his undeniable charisma, and the sheer brilliance behind this complex supervillain.   […]

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Monica Montgomery Steppe Makes History by becoming San Diego County’s first Black woman supervisor

Monica Montgomery Steppe is the first Black woman to ever serve on the San Diego County Board of Supervisors and the first Black person elected to the board in over 40 years.  Monica Montgomery Steppe Tuesday officially became a San Diego County supervisor for District 4, officially taking the seat left vacant since May after

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The Blue Heart Foundation Announces 17th Annual Christmas Breakfast, “Celebrating 10 Years of Blue Heart!”

San Diego, CA: Join The Blue Heart Foundation on Saturday, December 16th from 8am to 1pm at the Jacobs Center For Neighborhood Innovation for their 17th Annual Christmas Breakfast and Community Service Awards. This year’s Breakfast promises to be even more special as the Foundation celebrates its 10th Anniversary as an official 501c3 nonprofit and will be honoring

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Addressing Alzheimer’s Disparities: A Closer Look at the Impact on the Black Community

In a significant move, Governor Gavin Newsom has declared November 2023 as “Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month.” This proclamation sheds light on the pressing issue of Alzheimer’s disease within the Black community.  Among Black Americans aged 70 and older, a staggering 21.3% are living with Alzheimer’s, a statistic that demands attention and action. Understanding Disparities: Research

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Nate Burleson, Former NFL Wide Receiver and Co-host of CBS Mornings to Host The Best of Super Bowl Gospel Celebration

Atlanta, GA (November 14, 2023) – Get ready for a soul-stirring musical journey just in time for the holidays as the “Best of Super Bowl Gospel Celebration,” Presented by P&G, premieres in national syndication on November 18, airing through January 28. Hosted by former NFL wide receiver and co-host of CBS Mornings, Nate Burleson, the “Best of Super Bowl Gospel Celebration”

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NAACP & American Film Market Launch “Guidelines For the Depiction of Black Life in Media

LOS ANGELES – This week, the NAACP Hollywood Bureau partnered with American Film Market, curating an impactful conversation on the importance of media storytelling and the long term effects of the media’s misrepresentation of African Americans on the Black community. “It is incumbent upon those of us who sit in positions of authority and power within

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THE WIZ: January 9-14, At The San Diego Civic Theatre Ahead of its Return To Broadway

(San Diego, CA – Friday, November 3, 2023) – Producers Kristin Caskey, Mike Isaacson, Brian Anthony Moreland, Kandi Burruss, Todd Tucker, Common, MC Lyte and The Ambassador Theatre Group are thrilled to announce that tickets for the San Diego engagement of The Wiz at the Civic Theatre are available now by visiting BroadwaySD.com. Group orders of 10 or more may be placed by emailing us at: [email protected]. Everybody

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