African American Press Releases

Four Black Entrepreneurs Announce a New Scholarship for HBCU Students

Four Black Entrepreneurs Announce a New Scholarship for HBCU Students

Black entrepreneurs are showing commitment to their community by joining together to offer a $2,000 scholarship for two HBCU undergraduate students. Four businesses have teamed together to pay it forward to the next generation of black leaders. Lauren and Zevi…

African Leadership Magazine Announces Its 2020 Top 100 Most Influential African American Leaders

African Leadership Magazine Announces Its 2020 Top 100 Most Influential African American Leaders

The U.K.-based African Leadership Magazine, a global leader in the African achievement and excellence niche, has announced its top 100 most influential African American Leaders 2020. Former U.S. President and First Lady Barack and Michelle Obama, Ben Carson, and Condoleezza Rice are among…

CBC PAC IE Makes $2M Push to Turn Out Sporadic Black Voters in Targeted Districts to Increase Democratic Victories

CBC PAC IE Makes $2M Push to Turn Out Sporadic Black Voters in Targeted Districts to Increase Democratic Victories

The Congressional Black Caucus PAC IE announced a two-million-dollar effort to mobilize sporadic African American voters in 31 key districts where they have determined increasing Black voter turnout could help ensure victory for Democrats. Polling conducted by the CBC PAC IE…

SistersUnited4Reform Issues an Open Letter to Senator Kamala Harris

SistersUnited4Reform Issues an Open Letter to Senator Kamala Harris

To Our Dear Sister Kamala, Well, Black-woman-to-Black-woman, it's time we had "the talk." Not the talk we must have with our children about the perils of being a person of color in America, but the talk Black women must have with…

Film Pioneer, Jessie Maple, to Release Memoir

Film Pioneer, Jessie Maple, to Release Memoir

Historic film icon and three-time author, Jessie Maple will release her new memoir, The Maple Crew, Tuesday, June 18, 2019. “Many people have told my story. Now it’s time for me to tell it,” says Jessie Maple. Maple is recognized…

Police killings: African Americans can sue US police in National Courts of 118 nations for genocide

Police killings: African Americans can sue US police in National Courts of 118 nations for genocide

Police killings: African Americans can sue US police in National Courts of 118 nations for genocide International War Crimes Judge Lambremont Webre : "African Americans can sue US police, local, state, federal, appointed & elected officials under ICC Art. 6…

Scientology News: Renowned Solar Energy Expert Empowers the People of Africa to Power Their Continent

Nearly a billion people subsist on $1.90 or less a day and 1.2 billion people live without access to electricity—nearly all of them in developing countries. The barrier to accomplishing universal access to electricity is purported to be finance, with…

From Local to Global Community Woman's Passion for Justice Spans 25 Years

​​​In October 1993, the opening sentence of a front page article in the Virginian Pilot said her "mind is as sharp as a broken piece of glass". At the time, Ava Gabrielle Wise was engaged in a campaign to secure…

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