Celebrate 150 Years Of Howard University #HU150

Howard Family, There’s nothing I’d rather do to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the founding of Howard University than to be surrounded by Alumni, creating new memories. Any time I can be a part of that happening, I’m all in. Thursday, March 2nd, join us after work in a celebration of our Alma Mater. Entry…

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22nd DAY DREAM Weekend of Events New Orleans 4th of July Weekend

Keshia Walker & Insights Marketing Present 22nd DAY DREAM Weekend of Events New Orleans 4th of July Weekend July 1-3, 2016 | 3:00pm – 9:30pm (Each Event) Three (3) Events | One (1) Location

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Goodbye…

Prince Superbowl XLI

By now you all have heard that yesterday, the world lost one of the preeminent artists of our time. Prince is gone. This was the only brother I know that practically OWNED a color! Seriously, all the causes in the world have adopted colors (pink means what? Red ribbons mean what? That yellow biker is…

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This week on Historically Black Friday – It’s Already Summer

HBCU Alumni Owned Businesses- This week on HistoricallyBlackFriday.com we have to acknowledge that the seasons are changing. For those of us who can remember our time on the yard / the set / main campus, depending where your Alma Mater lies on the map it’s almost that particularly challenging time of year. Now I know…

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This Week on Historically-Black Friday – To Protect and SAVE

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It’s TAX Season, and according to Rich… If money could talk, it would say “Goodbye.” -Pryor For many people that would be the case, but the topic this week is “to protect and SAVE,” …our money that is. To that end lets talk about a few HBCU-alumni who are in the business of helping your…

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This week on Historically Black Friday – The Yin and the Yang

Rose Mary's Pralines

This week on Historically-Black Friday we ordered and received our order of pecan pralines, from Rose Mary’s Pralines. The Yin. I’m not a huge candy guy. I think the only time I’ve ever had pralines was in ice cream. But with Valentine’s Day approaching and having read the history of the recipe and seeing the…

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Black Fathers Speak on Getting Our Kids Home Safe at Night

4 Entrepreneurs, an Olympian, one retired military, all married with 9 kids between them, these brothers will do what it takes in order to maximize the probability that their children will make it home safely every night. Take a listen. Participants: Dr. Rhadi Ferguson – CoffeewithRhadi.com Be Moore – EatingForAbs.com Dwayne Meekins – Gametruckparty.com/charlotte Tru…

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My Black Year – Historically Black Friday

As you know we’re advocating supporting businesses owned and operated by our HBCU family. I though you’d enjoy the video attached, as a reminder of why the little decisions we make daily and weekly make a huge difference.

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