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Vice President of Communication-United Nations Foundation

Aaron Sherinian served as managing director of Public Affairs for the Millennium Challenge Corporation, a U.S Government Development Assistant Agency administering poverty reduction grants totaling over seven billion dollars in 40 partner countries ...

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St. John United Methodist Church celebrates anniversary

St. John United Methodist Church will celebrate its anniversary with guest speaker Rev. Harold D. Lewis, Sr. Director, Black Congregational Development- Florida Conference United Methodist Church. ...

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Mentoring youth through education blends experience and perception

This time the purpose was a college fair put on by the 100 Black Men, who are organized for the express purpose of mentoring Black American youth ...

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Surprising survey reveals most dads with football-related concussions; want young sons playing tackle football

dangers for young athletes, a new national survey reveals 90 percent of men who played tackle football at the high school level or higher who suffered or suspected they suffered a concussion want their sons to play tackle football ...

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White Sox pay tribute to Black ball players with mural at Bronzeville Metra Station

Congressman Bobby Rush and officials from the Chicago White Sox and Metra recently dedicated a new 40-foot mural at the Lovanna S. “Lou" Jones/35th St. Station that commemorates and pays tribute to the impact of African Americans on baseball on Chicago’s South Side ...

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Bruno Mars, Kanye & Nicki control Hip-Hop on “The Cleveland Show” season premiere

Bruno, Nicki and are part of Kanye’s clandestine crew, and they also lend their voices to the episode. ...

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Wayne K. Brown, one of radio’s most admired and influential executives, dies at 55

Wayne K. Brown, one of the nation’s most influential African-American executives in radio, has died following a battle with liver cancer ...

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Saxophonist John Tchicai dies at 76

Danish saxophonist and pioneer of free jazz in Europe, John Tchicai, has died ...

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