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Anthony Ekundayo Lennon lied about being a Black man and received a six-figure salary because of his deception. Lennon, a White man born to Irish parents, claimed that he stands as a “born-again” Black man, according to The Sunday Times. Lennon received a $406,500 grant from the Artistic Director Leadership Programme, a publicly-funded theater company in…

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President Barack Obama and the First Family, media outlets from across the nation and influences got a chance to preview the National African-American History and Culture museum in Washington, D.C. one week before the official opening. Rolling out was on hand to capture every moment. Check out 15 powerful images from the National African-American museum.  

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Sabrina Player is the owner of MOSAIC Moon, a space designed for creative expression. Player’s vision is to create an environment that encompasses various forms of dance, exercise, and the arts. MOSAIC Moon hosts classes and activities that can be enjoyed by the entire family; and doubles as an intimate event space for milestones and…

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For those unfamiliar, tell us a little about the Savvy Foundation and what it does? Savvy Foundation is a 501(c)3 national non-profit organization with a vision to bring year round programming to children with an interest as well as who are gifted in the areas of music, arts, creative entrepreneurship and health and wellness. Our goal…

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The 2012 Tony Awards nominees were recently announced in New York. Amongst the nominees, seven African Americans are up for this most coveted award in their respective categories. These individuals all display powerful performances that would captivate any audience. A majority of these actors and actresses are part of the all-black cast in the revival…

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Harlem Arts Alliance Presents:  On the “A” w/Souleo When one has been given a platform to reach millions of people across the world, it helps to have a message to maximize one’s impact. Such is the modus operandi for jazz songbird, Esperanza Spalding. During her VIP World Tour dress rehearsal. she previewed her set list…

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  Gentleman Jack Rare Tennessee Whiskey held the Art, Beats + Lyrics urban art exhibition hosted by Hustle Simmons on Dec. 2 at Warehouse Live in Houston’s historic downtown Warehouse District. Guests enjoyed the great taste of Gentleman Jack Whiskey while viewing various pieces of fine art from artists such as; Flux, Goldie, Carolyn Grady, Kat…

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To ensure that Harlem’s arts and cultural legacy continue to thrive requires vision, business acumen and a commitment that remains unwavering in the face of economic, political and social challenges. As the executive director of the Harlem Arts Alliance (HAA), Michael Unthank exemplifies such qualities. HAA is an arts service organization that helps advance the…

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