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Impacting Broadway: How Two Black Entrepreneurs Teamed Up to Make a Difference

In an uncertain economy, many small businesses—especially those owned by African Americans—are heeding the age-old adage, “Two heads are better than one.” Multicultural marketing veterans Donna Walker-Kuhne and Cherine E. Anderson have been impacting theater audiences globally for nearly 30 years. Walker-Kuhne is the founder of Walker International Communications Group, …

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3 Types of Books You Can Publish When You Are Not a Writer

Creative ways entrepreneurs can make money from books when they do not desire to write (Image: iStock.com/Memedozaslan) While writing a book has its many benefits—including showcasing your specific knowledge, insights, and opinions as it relates to your niche—writing a book isn’t every entrepreneur’s strength nor desire. However, there are …

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Fine Artist Cheryl R. Riley on the Art of Art Collecting (Part 1)

Art expert Cheryl R. Riley’s extensive body of work includes public and private art, installations, sculptures, decorative art, and residential murals Fine artist, furniture designer, art consultant, and educator: Cheryl R. Riley the Jersey City, NJ-based artist with a wide-ranging career spanning more than four decades, is all of these things and …

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Felicia Horowitz Hosts ‘I Am Not Your Negro’ Screening

Over the past weekend, Felicia Horowitz gathered up a group of influential artists, activists, philanthropists, students, community leaders, and tech community members to host a screening of the Raoul Peck directed film, I Am Not Your Negro, at the Landmark Theaters Embarcadero Center Cinema in San Francisco. (Image: Alain McLaughlin/I Am …

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There’s Something For Everyone at Santa Catalina Island

There’s something for all types of vacationers at Santa Catalina Island, one of California’s Channel Islands, southwest of Los Angeles in the Pacific Ocean. If you’re the outdoor type, you’ll love the wildlife, the diverse flora, and Mount Orizaba, the highest mountain on the island. If you like culture, activities, …

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Are Black Women Killing Themselves From Stress?

Racism, sexism, and juggling too many roles is taking its toll on black women’s health (Image: iStock.com/dolgachov) Whether it’s the subject of a popular song or news reports, being a “superwoman” is something that African American women are all too familiar with. You know you are trying to be a …

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Black History Month: Esther Jones, The Original Betty Boop

(Image: Wikimedia/Creative Commons) Betty Boop is largely recognized as an iconic cartoon character and the first animated American sex symbol. However, her signature style and voice was appropriated by an African American jazz singer and entertainer. During the late 1920s, Esther “Baby Esther” Jones became known for singing in a baby voice …

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A New Look at Police Violence Against Black Women

New book “Invisible No More” looks at how women of color are affected by racial profiling and police brutality (Image: Facebook) Amid growing awareness of police violence, individual Black men—including Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Philando Castile, and Freddie Gray—have been the focus of most media-driven narratives. Yet black women, indigenous …

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