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On Sept. 19, 2015, as part of the 10th annual H Street Festival, the H Street Community Development Corporation was a major player in honoring Radio One founder Cathy Hughes, who started Radio One in 1980 and bought her first station in Washington, D.C. –anthony agnew What was H Street Community Development Corporation’s involvement in the dedication of…

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As we celebrate Founders Day to the ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha. Alpha Kappa Alpha is the first Greek-lettered sorority established and incorporated by African-American college women, founded January 15, 1908. Check out 10 celebrity AKA’s in the gallery. Above, The First Lady of the Civil Rights Movement Coretta Scott King was the model AKA because of her tireless community…

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The National Minority Supplier Development Council inspired superstars in the business, entertainment, sports and media worlds — including Magic Johnson, Tom Joyner and Cathy Hughes — to converge in Atlanta for one of the largest conventions in the country for one reason: While the rest of the country talks about diversity and inclusion, the National…

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Wonya Lucas has been tapped by TV One to take over the reins of one of the nation’s leading providers of entertainment, information and communications products and services in August 2011, joining media mogul Cathy Hughes to make this one of the most powerful entertainment networks in media with African American women at the helm.…

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When Rev. Al Sharpton made a call to action to expand National Action Network’s (NAN) reach around the country, Tamika Mallory answered. “It’s Rev. Sharpton’s vision [for NAN to be] 100 chapters strong. We are more than halfway there. Chapters are opening all over the country,” offers Mallory, who has been serving as the organization’s…

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