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Pompano Beach Cultural Venues Celebrate African American Artists

African American artists are being celebrated with two stirring exhibits in Pompano Beach. Historic Ali Cultural Arts hosts the provocatively titled Coloured which focuses on the use of pigments and paint on various objects. Just a few blocks away at Bailey Contemporary Arts, As a Matter of Black – A Seat at the Table confronts ideas about race. “These are two different, but equally outstanding exhibits,” s ...

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“Classic Man” Jidenna urges Black men to protect Black women at all costs

[caption id="attachment_74450" align="alignright" width="375"] Photo credit: Instagram @soulbaselmiami[/caption] Miami, FL -- At a recent appearance in Historic Overtown, the Nigerian-American recording artist, Jidenna, shared a powerful message with the males in attendance. “Black men we must protect our women at all costs,” he charged as he began to shed light on the egregious plight of the black woman. “ ...

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Creating the space: TILA Studios unites Black female creatives, artists and influencers during Miami’s Art Week

With breath-taking panoramic views of Biscayne Bay and downtown Miami, 250+ women of color were invited to experience an EmpowerHer Brunch curated by TILA Studios at the Perez Art Museum. “It is a dream come true,” Tiffany LaTrice, Founder and Executive Director of TILA Studios said at the event. “I find myself tearing up at every interaction.” The sisterhood was intrinsic. Black female influencers, creativ ...

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Green Book offers a heartfelt look at racial inequality, tolerance and friendship.

Cast: Viggo Mortensen, Mahershala Ali, Linda Cardellini Synopsis: A working-class Italian-American bouncer becomes the driver of an African-American classical pianist on a tour of venues through the 1960s American South. Reminiscent of “Driving Miss Daisy”, Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen are a contrastingly great big screen pair! With a seemingly well-timed Thanksgiving release, amid today’s political ...

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Stop the Gun Violence Fool 2k18/ DippedinDenim

The weekend of March 31, 2018 a local artist by the name of Markeven Williams had a Non profitable silent art auction / fashion show titled “Stop The Gun Violence Fool” at The Lab Miami to raise money for a charity called Guitars over Guns which is an organization that work towards cleaning out the guns in the community. We all wore red to represent the lives of the ones we lost to senseless gun violence as ...

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Zo’s Winter Groove 2018 Video Highlights

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“Young Revolutionary:

A Teen’s Guide To Activism” on March 1, 2018. In this book lies the steps of modern day activism written by a Teenager, for Teenagers. Whether you want to create change in your community, start your own organization, or simply want to learn how to be an Activist, I’ve spent long, strenuous hours making sure that there’s something for everyone in this book. The book is currently available for pre-order for $ ...

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Stephanie Evans releases her second book for kids

Fort Lauderdale's very own author, Stephanie Evans, is determined to help the next generation break barriers by promoting self love and embracing individual differences. Her second book, When Bow Looked in the Mirror, does just that. The narrative captures the very moment when an infant, Bow, sees her reflection in the mirror for the first time. Bow is intrigued by what she sees. Her mother is right by her ...

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How well do you know black inventors?

How well do you know black inventors? ...

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ASCEND ACADEMY CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Directors of Denovo, Inc. d/b/a Ascend Career Academy will hold a Special Meeting, for the purpose of taking corporate actions related to discussions of school contracts and other operational issues, on Tuesday, September 20, 2016, at 6 p.m., at 5251 Coconut Creek Parkway, Margate, FL 33063. Thank you! ...

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