African American Interest

African American Interest

African American Interests News, including Black PR News, Urban, and People of Color

African American Interest

African American Interest
African American Interests News, including Black PR News, Urban, and People of Color

2019 DangerMan Hero Awards Show Celebrates TV’s First Black Superhero Actors Carl Lumbly and Simone Missick

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The Fourth Annual DangerMan Hero Award Show and Concert will be super special this year! Among the numerous honorees for the night being acknowledged for their community activism are two celebrated thespians who have portrayed history making superheroes on television.

Dr. Vickie Cox Edmondson and actress Adrienne Unae introduce Rayah, The Royal Poodle, LLC.

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Dr. Vickie Cox Edmondson, an academic and management strategist, today announced that she has entered into a partnership with actress, Adrienne Unae to introduce Rayah, The Royal Poodle, LLC. to enhance the career opportunities and influence of girls and women of color.

Reflect Beauty Awards announced by Mirror Digital

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- America's largest multicultural digital ad network, Mirror Digital, advances the conversation on beauty equity with the debut of its groundbreaking beauty product showcase - the Reflect Beauty Awards.

Justice Watch Radio: Attorney Zulu Ali Discusses the Cost of Being a Black Lawyer Fighting for Justice

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Justice Watch Radio, a nationally syndicated radio broadcast airing on WCGO in Chicago, KSHP in Las Vegas, NBC affiliate KCAA in California, and via satellite on the GAB Radio Network; announces the release of an exclusive interview with its founder Attorney Zulu Ali, discussing the cost and consequences of being a black lawyer fighting for justice, and why black men are targeted by the justice system.

Community Forum in Alexandria to Address Household Debt in 2019 hosted by Louisiana Appleseed

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- In June, Louisiana Appleseed released its report, "A Vicious Cycle: How Predatory Lending and Court Fines & Fees Continue to Trap Communities of Color in Debt," which discusses its findings on financial stability in low-income and communities of color. As a part of a statewide tour to inform communities of these issues, Louisiana Appleseed is now taking these findings to Alexandria.

Foundation Created to Continue Legacy of Moses White in Tampa Florida

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The Moses White Foundation has been created to improve the quality of life for the underprivileged in Tampa through youth advancement, community revitalization and individual empowerment. Known as a successful business owner throughout Tampa, Moses White was also a famed civil rights leader and community advocate.

CelebrARTE: Casita Maria Center for Arts and Education is delighted to announce the opening of RESPECT, an exhibition celebrating Black and...

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The Casita Maria Center for Arts & Education is delighted to announce the opening of "RESPECT," an exhibition celebrating Black and Afro-Latinx womanhood. The art gallery exhibition and related public programs comprise the Fall season of "CelebrARTE," Casita Maria's arts and culture event series celebrating the South Bronx community and the art it has inspired.

Louisiana Appleseed to Host 2019 Community Forum in Lake Charles to Address Household Debt

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- In June, Louisiana Appleseed released its report, "A Vicious Cycle: How Predatory Lending and Court Fines & Fees Continue to Trap Communities of Color in Debt," which discusses its findings on financial stability in low-income and communities of color. As a part of a statewide tour to inform communities of these issues, Louisiana Appleseed has spread this information in Lafayette and Shreveport and is now taking these findings to Lake Charles.

A Vicious Cycle: Louisiana Appleseed to Host Household Debt Community Forum in Shreveport

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Louisiana Appleseed recently released its report, "A Vicious Cycle: How Predatory Lending and Court Fines & Fees Continue to Trap Communities of Color in Debt," which discusses its findings on financial stability in low-income and communities of color. As a part of a statewide tour to inform communities of these issues, Louisiana Appleseed is now taking these findings to Shreveport.

Louisiana Appleseed to Host Event in Lafayette to Help Reduce Debt in Local Low-Income Communities

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Last month, Louisiana Appleseed released its findings on financial stability in low-income and communities of color in its report "A Vicious Cycle: How Predatory Lending and Court Fines & Fees Continue to Trap Communities of Color in Debt."

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