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NEW BLACK WOMAN-OWNED LINE OF DOLLS WITH TRENDY FASHIONS

Philadelphia, PA — A line of fashion dolls arrives on the scene, stunning, curvaceous, and impeccably dressed. What are they called? Beautiful Blessings. Since 2016, a growing number of girls, young women, and doll collectors are embracing these exquisite dolls with realistic proportions, designed and produced by Raveen James. The Beautiful Blessings Doll Companyhas now launched the doll’s full wardrobe, a collection …

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Faith-based groups need to do more to help ex-offenders with second chances

By Ameera Steward The faith-based community must speak with one voice in creating second chances for people released from prison, a group of panelists said during a discussion this month at the Church at Brook Hills. The Prison Fellowship and Offender Alumni Association of Alabama hosted the event, “Unlocking Second Chances” and talked about the significance of second chances and …

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When Paying Homage to Our History, Remember Our Ancestors’ Stories that the Bones Will Tell

By Leon A. Waters, Chairperson of the Louisiana Museum of African American History; Manager of Hidden History Tours, @ www.HiddenHistory.us In September, 1997, Dr. Michael Blakey, former Howard University archaeology professor, and former director of the African Burial Project from New York City, visited New Orleans. Dr. Blakey was brought to New Orleans to introduce New Orleans public high school teachers …

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African American Museum Kicks off 2019 Women’s History Month with Distinguished Lecture Series

DALLAS, TX – The African American Museum will host a lecture series during its annual Women’s History Month celebration beginning Saturday, March 2.  Each lecture will feature a dynamic woman who is making great strides in her field.  All events are free, open to the public and held at the African American Museum, Dallas, 3536 Grand Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75215.  …

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Positive Reflections Ministries “Feeding the Community” with former Dallas Cowboy Greg Ellis

Dallas, TX February 23, 2019 – Positive Reflection Ministries (501c3) organization is excited about “Feeding the Community” Food Pantry. The food pantry is not zip code restricted. We will distribute food to families throughout Dallas/Ft Worth beginning on Saturday, February 23, 2019 from 10a.m. to 1p.m at Pleasant Zion Missionary Baptist Church, 1910 N. St. Augustine Rd – Dallas, TX …

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IN MEMORIAM: Kristoff St. John, ‘Young and the Restless’ Star Dies at 52

By Nsenga K. Burton, Ph.D., NNPA Newswire Entertainment and Culture Editor Fans and colleagues alike are devastated by the news Young and the Restless star Kristoff St. John has died. The popular star’s death was confirmed by his attorney Mark Geragos. The actor was nominated nine times for Daytime Emmys. His first two nominations were for his role as Adam Marshall on …

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Claflin Student Named 2019 Luard Morse Scholar, Receives $25K Scholarship to Study Abroad

By The Charleston Chronicle Janelle Green of North Charleston, who is also a religion and philosophy major and a member of the Alice Carson Tisdale Honors College, has been selected as recipient of an English-Speaking Union Luard Morse Scholarship. Green will receive $25,000 towards a semester of study at any university of her choosing in the United Kingdom during the …

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Cash and King and Justice

By Vincent L. Hall, Texas Metro News You can run on for a long time…but sooner or later God will cut you down. – Johnny Cash The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice. — Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Johnny Cash at San Quinten, 1969 (Photo: Wikimedia Commons) In most instances when you think …

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FROM EDUCATOR TO EXECUTIVE PRODUCER! DISD PRINCIPAL DR. SHELIA SAMONE BROWN ADAPTS BEST SELLING BOOK FOR THE BIG SCREEN

Dallas, TX…Author, speaker and long-time educator, Dr. Shelia Samone Brown, has begun principal photography on her debut feature film Beneath the Scar based on her best-selling book Beneath the Scar: Rise to Healing. Dr. Sheia Samone Brown The film tells the story of Samantha Nicole Allen, a beautiful Mississippi debutante and daughter of one of the town’s most notable preachers. …

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COMMENTARY: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

By Charlene Crowell, NNPA Newswire Contributor Once again on the third Monday in January, much of the nation will mark the anniversary of the death of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Countless programs and events will no doubt recall several of his famous speeches from the 1963 March on Washington’s “I Have A Dream to his “I’ve …

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