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Harlem Arts Alliance Presents: On the “A” w/Souleo  When considered unsung, you learn to be grateful for every honor received. For The Legendary Intruders, one of those moments of appreciation occurred at last week’s Motown to Def Jam: Love Train gallery talk where two of their songs (“I’ll Always Love My Mama” and “Save the Children”) have served as…

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  The 2012 London Olympics has opened our eyes to some of the greatest athletes in the world. Cullen Jones was seen back in the U.S. greeting fans outside of the ‘Today’ show.  Football (soccer) stars Anton Ferdinand and Sean Wright-Philips were seen joking around outside the Whiskymist night club in London.  Serge Jonas Ibaka Ngobila, commonly…

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Black Olympians made their countries proud at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, aka London 2012, taking home coveted gold medals in every event from track & field to gymnastics. Some made history while others held on to the title that they earned at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and prior. While it’s made of 92.5 percent…

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  For the first time in American history, three black swimmers will join the Olympic team when it travels to compete in the London games this summer. One swimmer comes from a city where the vast majority of her ethnicity do not swim, while another learned after nearly drowning as a child Native New Yorker…

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MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — Talia Mark made the seamless transition from formulating the multicultural campaign of the nation’s largest spectator sport into now replicating those efforts with the world’s most viewed international spectacle. The USA Olympic Swimming courted the former NASCAR marketing maven into the fold in order to imbue this colossal body with a more…

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