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The New York City march organized by the Women’s March Alliance to take place on Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, on the first anniversary of President Donald J. Trump’s presidency is not the second anniversary of the inaugural and pivotal Women’s March of 2017 that you are familiar with. On Jan. 21, 2017, the day after the…

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The 26th Annual Trumpet Award honorees have been announced. The event which will be taped on Saturday, January 20, 2018, conceived by Civil Rights leader Xernona Clayton in 1996 to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of African Americans and those who have succeeded against great odds and inspired success in others. Jermaine Dupri – GRAMMY® Award-winning record…

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It was just last January when Tamika Mallory, prominent activist and founder of Mallory Consulting, co-chaired the Women’s March on Washington. The historic event set the tone for women. We claimed our power, reclaimed our time and fought harassment, while declaring a resounding #MeToo with no shame or guilt. Throughout history, it’s female pioneers like Mallory who have…

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Women’s March on Washington co-chair Tamika Mallory was removed from an American Airlines flight by the pilot on Sunday, October 15. The altercation was over a seat assignment. Mallory was leaving the 2017 REVOLT Music Conference held in Miami this weekend. She told the NY Daily News, “It definitely was white male aggression. I was singled out,…

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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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President Barack Obama recently told convention attendees that he realizes NAN is not the national satisfaction network, it’s the National Action Network. Hearing this declaration from the commander in chief was like a congratulatory pat on the back for the organization’s passionate executive director, Tamika Mallory. “I think that was a great staple for us…

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