http://audiodescription.co.uk/resources/adlib/links?reset=reset http://naturesown.co.za/wp-cron.php?doing_wp_cron=1580915011.9695930480957031250000 NNPA honors legendary Houston Forward Times publisher Lenora ‘Doll’ Carter Carter enshrined in the NNPA gallery of distinguished newspaper publishers
Order Alprazolam Online India Karen Carter-Richards, the publisher of the “Houston Forward Times” and Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr., president and CEO of the NNPA, hold a plaque dedicated to Lenora “Doll” Carter and her contributions to the Black Press. The plaque will be added to the NNPA’s Gallery of Distinguished Newspaper Publishers at Howard University in Washington, D.C. (Freddie Allen/AMG/NNPA)
Buying Xanax Online By Stacy M. Brown, (NNPA Newswire Contributor)
http://boldmarketing.com/listing/312-spring-st-302-st-paul-mn/ Order Xanax Overnight Shipping The Black Press Week ceremony dedicated to the late Lenora “Doll” Carter, former publisher of the http://artists-atelier.com/welcome-blog/ Houston Forward Times, proved almost as impressive as the honoree.
Cheap 2Mg Xanax Bars The celebration began with African drummers leading Carter family members into historic Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel at Howard University in Washington, D.C. Several of Carter’s friends and members of the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) gave brief remarks and touching tributes, as the NNPA enshrined the former Houston publisher and community leader into its Gallery of Distinguished Newspaper Publishers.
Order Alprazolam Online Cod Chelsea Lenora White, one of Carter’s granddaughters, delivered a stirring solo performance that included an emotional rendition of the classic “Reach Out and Touch (Somebody’s Hand)” by Diana Ross.
http://richlistgroup.com/wp-cron.php?doing_wp_cron=1580943472.6456758975982666015625 “Doll and I were the last of the Mohicans,” said Xanax 2Mg For Sale Online Chicago Crusader Publisher Dorothy Leavell, one of Carter’s close friends. “She loved beautiful things and she loved the Black Press.
http://bisnisbajumu.com/author/nyoman-nyoman/page/3 Carter died in 2010.
Leavell reminisced about how Carter worked tirelessly keeping the books for the NNPA while at times putting the Black Press trade group ahead of her beloved Forward Times. “In that day, it was twice as hard for women and Doll Carter stood the test of time.”
http://naturesown.co.za/wp-cron.php?doing_wp_cron=1580911753.7269489765167236328125 Mollie Belt, another close friend and the publisher and CEO of http://richlistgroup.com/wp-cron.php?doing_wp_cron=1580937759.1356959342956542968750 The Dallas Examiner, said she met Carter in 1986 and that Carter freely opened her arms to Belt.
http://learnwithojo.com/wp-cron.php?doing_wp_cron=1580927497.2211630344390869140625 “I was a new publisher and I knew that she loved the Black Press. Not by words, but by action,” Belt said. “She made sure that we knew all of the publishers, the history of the association and she made sure that we all were so proud.”
Cheap Alprazolam From India Jackie Hampton, the publisher of the “Mississippi Link” said she was simply proud to have known Carter.
http://tamaralounge.com/gallery/feed/ “I’m thankful that I got to know her in a very special way,” Hampton said.
http://bisnisbajumu.com/tag/bisnis-baju-grosir Many who attended the ceremony called it the most touching they’ve witnessed.
http://orientafricatravel.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/dive-walindi-02-300x199.png 300w, https:/orientafricatravel.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/dive-walindi-02-600x398.png 600w, https:/orientafricatravel.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/dive-walindi-02-768x510.png 768w, https:/orientafricatravel.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/dive-walindi-02.png 1024w Carter’s enshrinement coincided with the 190th anniversary of the Black Press of America and launch of the “Freedom’s Journal,” the first Black-owned and operated newspaper in the United States.
Alprazolam Order Online Now It includes a stunning gallery of publishers and historic newspapers including pioneers John B. Russwurm and Samuel Cornish, the founders of http://tamaralounge.com/?y=Cheap-Xanax-Canada&3bd=a7 “Freedom’s Journal”; Frederick Douglass; Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.; Carlton Goodlett of the “Sun Reporter”; John H. Murphy, Sr. of the “Baltimore Afro-American”; Robert S. Abbott of the Ordering Xanax Online “Chicago Defender”; C.B. Powell of the Cheapest Xanax Bars Online “New York Amsterdam News”; Willie Monroe Trotter of the http://audiodescription.co.uk/directory/describers/west-midlands/international-organisations-for-the-support-of-access/museum-audio-described-guides/south-west “Boston Guardian”; Frank L. Stanley of the “Louisville Defender”; Cloves Campbell, Sr. of the Buy Alprazolam 3Mg “Arizona Informant”; Calvin W. Rolark of Buy Xanax Paypal “The Washington Informer” and many others.
http://artists-atelier.com/wp-cron.php?doing_wp_cron=1580936344.1950120925903320312500 A touching video tribute, that featured colleagues, workmates and family members recalling Carter’s love for community and her newspaper, was one of the many highlights of Carter’s enshrinement ceremony.
“We hold the NNPA near and dear just like my mom did,” said a tearful Karen Carter-Richards, Carter’s daughter. Carter-Richards’ daughters and her son stood by her side. Carter-Richards accepted the enshrinement plaque, bestowed by NNPA Foundation Chair Al McFarland, NNPA Chair Denise Rolark Barnes and NNPA President Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr.
Xanax 1Mg Buy Online “Lenora Doll Carter was high-class,” Rolark-Barnes said. “But, she knew how to deal with regular people.”
Following the formal ceremony, the drummers led the family members and visitors to the Black Press Archives; visitors to the archives can find a comprehensive research resource that includes complete microfilm files of Black newspapers and records of Black editors, publishers and journalists.
Can I Buy Generic Xanax Online The archives represent a vital and constructive element of the Moorland-Spingarn program charged with the collection, preservation and interpretation of Black history and culture.
“We’ve been under siege in Washington. The nation is under siege, but I wanted to step forward in this historic place to give honor where honor is due,” Jackson Lee said. “Even surviving and living and being the predominate news for our community…it’s obvious that Doll Carter made that her life with [her husband] Julius.”
Jackson Lee talked passionately about how Carter lifted the spirit of others and demanded respect for all.
“She walked with kings and queens,” said Jackson Lee. “But she still was able to walk around Houston and made sure that no one looked at her differently.”