Month: June 2019

100 Black Men of America, Inc. and State Farm Delivered Scholarship, Education, History, and Financial Empowerment to Youth During 33rd Annual Conference

Subject Exploring American History Through Competition Description During the 33rd Annual Conference of 100 Black Men of America, Inc., its global network hosted the final rounds of their national African American History Challenge and the State Farm Dollars and $ense Competition. Creator Source Publisher File

Righteous Baseball Dude Kumar Rocker Saved Vanderbilt Again

Subject Rocker – The Star of The Game; Baseball Description The last time we checked in on freshman Vanderbilt pitcher Kumar Rocker, he had just defeated the vile Duke Blue Devils with a 19-strikeout no-hitter that featured some well-earned shit-talking. Creator Tom Ley Source Publisher File

How Black Pharmacists Are Closing the Cultural Gap in Health Care

Subject Pharmacists To The Rescue; Healthcare; Medicine Description Independent black-owned pharmacies fill a void for African American patients looking for sensitive care to their heritage, beliefs, and values. Creator Cara Anthony Source Publisher File

Virginia School Teacher Brings Clippers to School to Ensure His Fifth-Graders Were Sharp on Graduation Day

Subject Teacher Actively Groom Students On Big Day; Youth; Teaching Description A teacher in Richmond, Virginia, is praised for his efforts to ensure his students looked sharp for their big day, fifth-grade graduation. Creator Tanasia Kenney Source Publisher File

Tyler Perry Gives Rousing Speech at Bet Awards: “Own Your Way”

Subject Tyler Speaks Of His Life And Inspiration; Entertainment Description In one of the most impactful speeches at Sunday night’s BET Awards, Tyler Perry brought the audience to their feet, discussing creating opportunities and taking control of his destiny. Creator Anita Bennett and Nellie Andreeva Source Publisher […]

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