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  • Les Brown Tells Minority Business Access Podcast ‘I Was Told by a Psychiatrist That I Was Suffering From Delusions of Grandeur’

    Les Brown Tells Minority Business Access Podcast ‘I Was Told by a Psychiatrist That I Was Suffering From Delusions of Grandeur’

    Motivational speaker and New York Times best-selling author Les Brown sits down with Tech and Energy CEO and MBA: Minority Business Access podcast host Solomon Ali for an interview that will shift people’s perspective on what’s possible. Excerpts from Les Brown’s Interview with MBA: Minority Business Access podcast: “When I was asked what college I attended, I would reply, ‘I have no college education.’ In fact, I was labeled educable mentally retarded and held back from the fifth grade to the fourth grade, and I think that’s going to give […]

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  • National Museum Of African American Music Announces Grand Opening Date Of September 3, 2020 – Advance Tickets Now Available!

    National Museum Of African American Music Announces Grand Opening Date Of September 3, 2020 – Advance Tickets Now Available!

    First multi-genre Black music museum scheduled to open early September in ‘Music City’  After more than 20 years in development, the National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM) is ready to open its doors to music lovers of all ages. The 56,000 square foot facility located in the heart of downtown Nashville will officially open to guests on Thursday, September 3, 2020 kicking off a Labor Day weekend packed with grand opening events that will help introduce NMAAM to Nashville and the world. Advance tickets can […]

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  • Stanford Team Releases RaceWorks, a Digital Toolkit Promoting Racial Literacy

    Stanford Team Releases RaceWorks, a Digital Toolkit Promoting Racial Literacy

    The free online resource seeks to advance racial equity, aiding educators in the facilitation of racial literacy instruction by offering new ideas in race studies scholarshipStanford University’s Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity announces the launch of RaceWorks, a free online resource created for educators and instructors teaching racial literacy. The RaceWorks video series and educational toolkit aims to better equip students and working professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to have informed conversations on race and how it […]

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  • New Degree Honors Black Culture

    New Degree Honors Black Culture

    Jakes Divinity School, Portland Seminary Launch Doctorate on Spirit-Filled Leadership in African Perspective hose interested in doctoral studies that draw together global leadership and Christian spirituality have the opportunity to do so with the launch of the new Doctor of Ministry in Spirit-Filled Global Leadership in the African Diaspora in the fall of 2020 at Jakes Divinity School. A fully accredited doctoral program powered by Portland Seminary, the divinity school at George Fox University, the new degree program emerges from a Renewal Studies perspective. It will provide in-depth ministry […]

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  • The Clark Sisters’ Highly Anticipated New Album, “The Return” Available Now on All Digital Platforms

    The Clark Sisters’ Highly Anticipated New Album, “The Return” Available Now on All Digital Platforms

    The Legendary Grammy Award-winning gospel group, The Clark Sisters‘ newest album, TheReturn, is now available on all digital platforms!This album, a release by Karew Entertainment and Motown Gospel, is the seventeenth complete album of the legendary group with producer credits to include Rodney Jerkins, Warryn Campbell, Jermaine Dupri, Mano Haines, and more! The album encompasses a retro sound with an edgy 2020 finish that carries this legendary family in to yet another decade of chart topping music that will last for years to come! Fans will get […]

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  • Largest Subsidized Rental Provider in Arizona Launches Raamp REIT for Investors

    Largest Subsidized Rental Provider in Arizona Launches Raamp REIT for Investors

    Much in the spirit of Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos, Real Estate Development Executive Michael Johnson utilizes Government subsidies to expand his empire while providing necessary disruption to an antiquated model and providing value to humanity.          Johnson has launched Raamp REIT (“Real estate Asset Acquisition Management Portfolio”), Arizona’s first, exclusively multifamily, real estate crowdfunding platform and asset Management Company. Structured as a real estate investment trust (“REIT”) with a minimum investment of $2,500, the fund is open to nearly all investors and offers the […]

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  • CEO/President of the California Black Chamber of Commerce Jay King Calls on Private Sector to Assist Small Black Businesses Amid the Coronavirus Crisis

    CEO/President of the California Black Chamber of Commerce Jay King Calls on Private Sector to Assist Small Black Businesses Amid the Coronavirus Crisis

    Jay King, the CEO and President of the California Black Chamber of Commerce (CBCC), is initiating a statewide call to action to the private sector, requesting banks, multinational corporations, the technology industry and philanthropic organizations to create funding for grants for African American small business owners as they struggle to survive amid the Coronavirus pandemic. As the largest African American non-profit business organization, representing hundreds of small and emerging businesses, affiliates and chambers of commerce throughout California, the CBCC is extremely concerned about the […]

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  • Voices of Resilience Soundtracks

    Voices of Resilience Soundtracks

    I Still Want You by Lawrence Watson Kings and Queens by Lawrence Watson Half Empty Glass by Lawrence Watson

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  • The Legendary Buffalo Soldier gets a Star: Kentucky Brigadier General Charles Young  By: Charles Blatcher, III Chairman National Coalition of Black Veteran Organizations

    The Legendary Buffalo Soldier gets a Star: Kentucky Brigadier General Charles Young By: Charles Blatcher, III Chairman National Coalition of Black Veteran Organizations

     Joining me in receiving ceremonial Star from Governor Andy Beshear included the following: Lt. General William Ward, USA -Ret, Major General Reuben Jones, USA -Ret., Brigadier General Henry Huntley, USA – Ret., Brigadier General David Jenkins, USANG and Descendants of Colonel Young – Ms. Lyndsay Railey, and Ms. Denese Johnson.   In a ceremony held in the Frankfort State Capitol Rotunda, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear made the legendary Charles Young an honorary Brigadier General in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The ceremony was […]

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