Month: May 2020

Frank Baker Pays Off Tuition for Graduates of Historically Black College

Subject Higher Education; HBCU; Student Loans; Philanthropy Description One year ago, Robert Smith, the wealthiest African American, stunned the nation by pledging to pay off the student loans of the 2019 class of Morehouse College. Creator Nathan Vardi Source Publisher File

Honey Hole Owner Partners With Wing Man To Open Bee Hive Bistro in Murfreesboro

Subject Entertainment; Dining; Business; Tennessee Description If you’ve been longing for your grandmother’s cooking, Bee Hive Bistro in Murfreesboro promises something perfect for your plate. Creator Nancy DeGennaro Source Publisher File

Library of Congress Acquires Harlem Photographer’s Collection

Subject Library of Congress; Harlem; Photograph Collection Description An archive of work by Shawn Walker, a founding member of the Harlem-based African-American photography collective the Kamoinge Workshop, will join the Library of Congress’s collection, the organization announced Wednesday. Creator Lauren Messman Source Publisher File

Black Men Run Promoting Brotherhood Through Running Dedicate Run to Ahmaud Arbery

Subject Promoting Health And Wellness Description Nasara Gargonnu is the 2019 Teacher of the Year at Morse High School, Official Live Well San Diego Partner, and Captain of Black Men Run San Diego. Creator Jonathan Halvorson Source Publisher File

Largest African American Owned Architecture Firm in the Nation Dedicated to Inspiring Chicago’s Youth

Subject Architecture; Youth Description CHICAGO — It is the most prominent African American-owned architecture firm in the nation. From universities to health care facilities, Moody Nolan has taken part in various structures that make Chicago today. Creator Micah Materre Source Publisher File

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