Read more +12 July 2019 in Children
https://youtu.be/7I91J3Ghdzs The story behind the birth…. After receiving a phone call about my mother and uncles health it wastime to relocate back home to Brooklyn ENY and become a full-timecaregiver. This journey was going to be rough and bumpy, however afterbeen affiliated with a not for profit “Man Up Inc! for six years I wasconfident
Read more +11 July 2019 in Event
https://youtu.be/L_sCUdzpDqU It is often said the early bird catches the worm well It’s been proven to me not only to be early but to who show up ready willing and able to make it happen. It was humid day in New York City and my mentor referred me to a Powerful Queen named Precious after
Read more +09 July 2019 in Event
As salaam alaikum, Last month a close friend of the family named “Pops” passed away. Devastated by the news I offered to write an original poem in celebration of his life. After the performance I was approached by Brother Paul Muhammad who extended me an invitation to visit the MOSQUE. As a African american women
Read more +07 July 2019 in Event
On June 10, 2019 two great celebrations took place in New York City. A brooklyn street St. James Place & Fulton was given a new name Christopher Wallace Place recognizing the late great “The Notorius BIG aka Biggie Smalls” Right across the bridge in Manhattan at City Hall thirteen Artist were honored for Black Music
Read more +04 July 2019 in Event, Exposure, Politics
The rich inheritance of justice, liberty, prosperity and independence, bequeathed by your fathers, is shared by you, not by me.
Read more +22 June 2019 in Exposure, Politics
The reconstruction and disporitionated affairs in Milwaukee's African American communities has its merits and perceived value.
Read more +21 June 2019 in College Life, Exposure
The scholarship is supported by 55 African American women who were in the White House during the Obama Administration.
Read more +20 June 2019 in Business, Women Lifestyles
By Jessica Saunders – Managing Editor, Atlanta Business Chronicle Jun 18, 2019, 2:38pm EDT A CNN corporate attorney will take over a new role as senior vice president and chief diversity & inclusion officer for WarnerMedia News & Sports. Johnita Due has been at the company 16 years as the lead editorial attorney for CNN Digital, CNN Films, CNN
Read more +19 June 2019 in Exposure, Politics
C African American Mayors Association Monthly Call Series Gun violence is a public health issue in the United States, with more than 40,000 gun-related deaths in 2018. Elected officials and healthcare providers alike have equal stake in finding tangible solutions. The adverse impact to victims, families, communities alike are driving elected officials and healthcare providers
Read more +17 June 2019 in Women Lifestyles
Meet Phoenix J Ma’ri…we started off with reflections of our younger less experienced self..I asked… If you could tell your 20 year old self anything, what would it be? Take the time to find yourself and understand your purpose and destiny. Oh, and don’t rush love. Love is a priceless feeling shared between
Read more +16 June 2019 in Women Lifestyles
“Seek, break down the walls around you. Explore beyond your personal boundaries.” Sandra Johnson Today you are being introduced to Sandra Johnson of Sandra Johnson Voice over! Yes, voice over…a little background. Sandra is the producer of 2 of my Anthologies, our journey together during our project gave me more insight to the voice
Read more +16 June 2019 in Event
Blue Girls Turned Gold & Exposure Magazine Presents Celebration Greatness! THEME: “We Only Rock with Goddesses and Queens’ DATES: July 5, 2019 5 p.m – 9 p.m. July 6, 2019 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. LOCATION: Private ABOUT: Blue Girls Turned Gold and Exposure Magazine are hosting this Celebration of Greatness event to acknowledge the