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Black History Month Press Releases

Black History Month Bookfair Supports Children's Book Project

Black History Month Bookfair Supports Children's Book Project

The Planting People Growing Justice Institute (PPGJ) is currently working on a children's book project entitled: Making a Difference: The Story of Miss Freedom Fighter, Esquire. PPGJ hosted a Black History Month Bookfair at the Roseville Barnes & Noble on…

Thiel College's Organization of Black Collegiates to host 17th annual Soul Food Feast

Thiel College's Organization of Black Collegiates will host its 17th annual Soul Food Feast at 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26 in the Lutheran Heritage Room of the Howard Miller Student Center, to cap a full week of events surrounding Black…

Bronx Students Set to Shine in their 5th Annual Black History Month Show

Bronx Students Set to Shine in their 5th Annual Black History Month Show

In celebrating this year's Black History Month, Mott Hall 3 Resident twin sisters Alysa and Alexis Roberts continue their passion of writing, dancing, creating, and giving an outlet for their students to learn, experience and cultivate an alternative outlet to…

Internationally Acclaimed Artists Bring Soul to Clearwater for Black History Month

Internationally Acclaimed Artists Bring Soul to Clearwater for Black History Month

Internationally acclaimed Nathan Mitchell and Giselle Jackson are bringing the definition of "soul" to the Church of Scientology international retreat, the Fort Harrison, in downtown Clearwater on February 18th for the United for Human Rights' Black History Month event and…

Women's March L.A.'s The McCrary Foundation Choir Honors Black History Month by Launching Civil Liberties, Human Rights Video

To coincide with February's Black History Month, The McCrary Foundation Choir has released a new music video highlighting current Civil and Human Rights issues."Let There Be Peace" tackles the international social climate using real life videos and images of Black…

Artist Launches New Website to Celebrate the Art of Individuality

LaShonda Scott Robinson, an artist based in Alabama, has released her new, international website to showcase her artwork and to celebrate her unique artistic voice.The website gives previews of upcoming exhibitions and showcases LaShonda's latest artwork. The site has been…

Paley Center + Essence BWIH 10th Anniversary Exhibit

​Essence, the preeminent brand for African-American women, and the Paley Center for Media are excited to announce "The Power of Our Presence - An Exhibition Celebrating the 10 Year Anniversary of the Essence Black Women in Hollywood Awards." The exhibit,…

Haitian Heritae Museum Celebrates Black History Month with Special Guest Senator Campbell

Haitian Heritae Museum Celebrates Black History Month with Special Guest Senator Campbell

Come celebrate with the Haitian Heritage Museum on Tuesday February 28, 2017 at 6:30 pm-9:30 pm  as we celebrate  Black History Month. This time of year is when the United States honors people of color for their achievements. Come out…

People Are Getting "Tied Up" in a Movement to Improve Black Economic Conditions

People Are Getting "Tied Up" in a Movement to Improve Black Economic Conditions

​​On Thanksgiving Day of 2015, Fred Bethel and Tavares Bethel (brothers) were discussing the unfortunate circumstances surrounding the many shootings of Black men across America as well as the deplorable conditions surrounding Black communities.  With approximately 46 million Black Americans…

Black History Month Forum Highlights Horrors of American Slavery

Black History Month Forum Highlights Horrors of American Slavery

A Black History Month forum hosted by the Church of Scientology National Affairs Office in Washington, D.C., looked at the past and future of Black Americans. It featured presentations on the plight of the American slave and initiatives inviting African…

Telling the Stories: How to Educate Future Generations on the Past Without Living in the Past

​Contact:    Ryan Heathcock                   (202) 270-0790                   ryan@ryaninternational.net “Telling Our Stories:  How To Educate Future Generations On Our Past Without Living In The Past”…

Duffels4Kids to Sponsor School Track Teams for 'Race' Movie

​To commemorate Black History Month, Duffels4Kids will gift three high school track teams in South Florida with tickets to the upcoming ‘Race’ movie, which tells the story of African-American athlete Jesse Owens.  "When we first did something like this two…

Our Stories Matter: Revisiting the Impact of St Francis/St Emma

​January 27, 2016 Contact:    Ryan Heathcock         (202) 270-0790         ryan@ryaninternational.net “Our Stories Matter: Revisiting the impact of  St Francis/St Emma” During a time when Virginia law prohibited black and white children from attending the same schools and…

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