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Happy 51st birthday Michael Jeffrey Jordan! Jordan, former high-flying Chicago Bulls shooting guard known as Air Jordan, considered by many to be the greatest basketball player of all-time; six-time NBA champion, six-time NBA Finals MVP, and five-time NBA MVP. Though he didn’t make the varsity squad as a sophomore at Emsley A. Laney High School…

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Multinational corporations have often entered into high-risk endorsement deals with controversial artists because of the financial windfalls they provide. But some of those companies have been getting burned quite frequently. Lil Wayne is but the latest artist to fall afoul of the public and the major companies that fork out millions to help them peddle…

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DETROIT — Chevrolet and actor Laz Alonso General Motors’ Black History Month celebration through the “Learn it Live” and other events at several locations throughout the Motor City, including Central Collegiate Academy, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History and the Renaissance Center downtown. At the Central Collegiate Academy, Alonso along with Steed…

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    Chevrolet partnered with Black Girls Rock! for another year to support brilliant and beautiful women of color who bring their best to the music culture. Founded by celebrity DJ and philanthropist, Beverly Bond, BLACK GIRLS ROCK! is dedicated to promoting positive images of women of color in mass media and is a 501(c)(3)…

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The floor of the 2012 North American International Auto Show is where cars and technology collide. Nowhere is crystallized more evidently than with the concept cars that most automakers roll out during these industry exhibits. Concept cars are the vehicles that are not market ready, but displaying them does two things for the automakers: they…

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As Americans prepare for the unveiling of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Memorial in Washington, D.C., Chevrolet held its second of four “Table of Brotherhood Project” forums, at the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tenn.,this past weekend. “When Chevrolet was asked to help bring awareness to the unveiling of the King National Memorial in…

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The men of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Inc. are visionaries. In 1986, six members of the Iota Upsilon Lambda (IUL) Chapter in Silver Spring, Md.; brothers Alfred Bailey, Oscar Little, Eddie Madison, Harold Navy, the late Hanley Norment and George Sealey — heeded the call to launch a project to posthumously honor their brother, Dr.…

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