Ethnic and Multi-Cultural

Metro Community Development Announces Deadline for Genesee County Minority PPE Grant Program

Metro Community Development Announces Deadline for Genesee County Minority PPE Grant Program

Metro Community Development is notifying Genesee County minority business that they are eligible to receive grant funding if their business incurred qualified expenses related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The program is intended to assist eligible businesses that have experienced costs…

Dallas Researcher Edward T. Rincón Pens New Book Highlighting Need to Include More Multicultural Audiences in Research, Outreach

Dallas Researcher Edward T. Rincón Pens New Book Highlighting Need to Include More Multicultural Audiences in Research, Outreach

As the nation navigates its way through the COVID-19 pandemic, social justice protests, and the 2020 Census, Edward T. Rincón, Ph.D., a veteran Dallas researcher, is urging companies, government agencies, nonprofits, and academics to adapt their research practices to improve…

NPower Celebrates Class of 2020 Graduates in First-Ever National Virtual Ceremony

NPower Celebrates Class of 2020 Graduates in First-Ever National Virtual Ceremony

The tech training nonprofit, ​NPower, has announced the first virtual graduation ceremony during COVID-19 will be held Thursday, August 6th, 2020, at 7:00 pm ET. Mark Hill, Senior VP and CIO, Gilead Sciences to serve as commencement speaker for the…

CFSC Supports Local Communities Impacted by COVID-19 Crisis by Reducing Rates for Cashing Stimulus Checks

CFSC Supports Local Communities Impacted by COVID-19 Crisis by Reducing Rates for Cashing Stimulus Checks

Community Financial Service Centers (CFSC) is reducing their rates to cash stimulus checks in order to help support customers in the communities most impacted by the financial disruptions caused by COVID-19. CFSC provides a wide array of essential financial services…

MEET A SCIENTOLOGIST Gets a Taste of Japanese Culture With Masao & Yuki

MEET A SCIENTOLOGIST Gets a Taste of Japanese Culture With Masao & Yuki

Scientology Network’s MEET A SCIENTOLOGIST, the weekly series spotlighting the everyday lives of Scientologists from around the world and all walks of life, announces an episode featuring green tea entrepreneurs Masao Oyaizu and Yuki Mori. MEET A SCIENTOLOGIST airs Tuesdays…

The Fillmore Gathers to Remember Jonestown- November 18, 2019

The Fillmore Gathers to Remember Jonestown- November 18, 2019

Media contact: Majeid Crawford majeid@NCLFINC.ORG Mobile: 415-424-0155 African Americans in San Francisco: From Migration to Jonestown Reflection, Healing & History SAN FRANCISCO- We are honored to present an annual gathering of reflection, healing and history in the Historic Fillmore. The…

Uniting Cultures Through Art at the Church of Scientology of the Valley

Uniting Cultures Through Art at the Church of Scientology of the Valley

In a world where racism and discrimination are headline news, a prince of the Buganda Kingdom of Uganda, singer-songwriter Saava Karim, is uniting cultures through music and dance. Through his nonprofit BantuFest and an annual concert of the same name, hosted this…

First-Ever Indoor HOLI Colors Event in Nation's Capital – Washington, D.C.

First-Ever Indoor HOLI Colors Event in Nation's Capital – Washington, D.C.

Every year, millions of South Asians UNITE to celebrate the spring festival "HOLI." Brainchild of Manan Singh Katohora (JMD Creations), Akhil Modha (AM Productions) and Saumil Parikh (Band Baaja Entertainment), "BOLLYWOOD KARMA - HOLI in DC" is the first-ever indoor HOLI event with COLORS and GLOW at Washington,…

Diversity Stars in Multicultural Destination: Scientology, Harlem

Diversity Stars in Multicultural Destination: Scientology, Harlem

Scientology Network’s DESTINATION: SCIENTOLOGY, the weekly travelogue series that takes viewers inside Scientology Churches all around the world and discovers what makes each one unique, announces an episode featuring Harlem, New York, on Dec. 3, 2018. DESTINATION: SCIENTOLOGY airs Monday at 9 p.m.…

The Church of Scientology Celebrates With the Latino Community

 People from more than 140 countries, speaking 224 different identified languages, currently call Los Angeles home. And as the Church of Scientology makes its facilities available to nonprofits for their events, there is a wide variety of celebrations hosted there throughout…

Jamaican Reggae Recording Artist, Ashaka, Releases New Single "What a Shame"

Jamaican Reggae Recording Artist, Ashaka, Releases New Single "What a Shame"

​​​​​​​Jamaican reggae recording artist, writer, and producer, Linval Thomas, also known as Ashaka, today announced the release of his new wave dancehall reggae single "What A Shame." The single is delivered from his independent record label, Ramjam Records, and was recorded…

PALCUS Survey Taps Portuguese-American Mindset

PALCUS Survey Taps Portuguese-American Mindset

PALCUS (Portuguese-American Leadership Council of the United States) has released the results of the first annual PALCUS Index National Survey. The data gathered offers insights into demographic trends, political participation, including voter turnout and charitable giving, community concerns regarding maintaining…

Shawnee Tribe Announces Inaugural Director of New Cultural Center

Ben Barnes, second chief of the Shawnee Tribe announced today the appointment of Marnie Leist as the Executive Director of the Shawnee Tribe Cultural Center, “The Shawnee Tribe has found our executive director for our new cultural center. From our first…

KAFFNY Infinite Cinema 2017 Returns to Willamsburg Brooklyn for 11th Year on Saturday October 14th *Featuring Free Fashion Film Screening*

KAFFNY Infinite Cinema 2017 Returns to Willamsburg Brooklyn for 11th Year on Saturday October 14th *Featuring Free Fashion Film Screening*

KAFFNY Infinite Cinema will return to New York City for the 11th year on Saturday, Oct. 14. Held at the Brooklyn hotspot The Wythe Hotel Cinema from 1:00 p.m. until Midnight 12:00 a.m., the annual event will celebrate some of the most promising indie filmmakers of…

Elly Kleinman About the History of Observant Jews

Elly Kleinman About the History of Observant Jews

The memory of Holocaust victims is now documented in museums and archives around the world, and some of the largest are located in Jerusalem and United States of America. Many Jews held on to their precious memories and kept them…

Fuchs to Lead Annual Interfaith Clergy Institute on Jews & Judaism for Ninth Year

Fuchs to Lead Annual Interfaith Clergy Institute on Jews & Judaism for Ninth Year

Rabbi Stephen Fuchs will lead the Annual Interfaith Clergy Institute on Jews and Judaism on May 8, 2017 at Congregation Beth Israel in West Hartford CT. The topic, "Abraham: Spiritual Father of us All" explores the Biblical figure, Abraham, and how…

India Hosts Launch of Human Rights World Tour

India Hosts Launch of Human Rights World Tour

Some 200 human rights advocates gathered at the India Habitat Centre in Delhi, March 22, for the 5th annual South Asia Human Rights Summit of Youth for Human Rights International. The group, which seeks full implementation of the U.N. Universal Declaration of…

Conference Promotes the Legacy of "The Man Who Killed Jim Crow"

Conference Promotes the Legacy of "The Man Who Killed Jim Crow"

​​In commemoration of Black History Month, the Church of Scientology Harlem Community Center hosted the first annual conference in honor of the late Dean Charles Hamilton Houston [1895 – 1950]. Howard University Law School Dean and NAACP Chief Counsel, Mr.…

Toronto Religions Unite to Counter Hate

Toronto Religions Unite to Counter Hate

​​The Church of Scientology of Toronto joined members of the city’s many diverse faiths in celebrating World Interfaith Harmony Week. Held in February each year, the United Nations-designated week was established to affirm that “mutual understanding and interreligious dialogue constitute important dimensions of…

Scientology Moscow: In Remembrance of Victims of the Holocaust

Scientology Moscow: In Remembrance of Victims of the Holocaust

The Moscow chapter of Citizens Commission on Human Rights marked Holocaust Remembrance Day January 31 with an interfaith ceremony hosted by the Church of Scientology Moscow. The tribute brought together members of nonprofit organizations, veterans, clergy, human rights activists, artists and concerned members…

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