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Pass the Purse!

Pass the Purse!

May 13, 2014

This past Saturday, Ebony and I had the privilege to attend Girl Talk Foundation’s 3rd Annual “Pass the Purse” Empowerment tea; held at the Ritz Carlton uptown Charlotte. Sponsored by Wells Fargo as well as partnering sponsors Fifth Third Bank and BB&T;  this high tea event featured well-respected women in the Charlotte area community who...

Girl Talk Foundation, Inc. Presents 3rd Annual Pass the Purse Empowerment Tea

Girl Talk Foundation, Inc. Presents 3rd Annual Pass the Purse Empowerment Tea

Apr 30, 2014

As mothers across the country are honored over next week, six influential Charlotte women plan to deliver a gift of wisdom, inspiration and encouragement to young girls. Girl Talk Foundation, Inc. will host the Third Annual Pass the Purse Empowerment Tea, Saturday, May 10th, 1:00 – 3:30 p.m. at the Ritz-Carlton, Charlotte. The media is invited to attend....

Artist Spotlight: Taheruah Jewels

Artist Spotlight: Taheruah Jewels

Apr 28, 2014

Tahira Scales is a multi-talented artist that has been a licensed hairstylist since 2002. She’s always had a desire to be in a field where she could use her creative mind along with her hands. Being a stylist encompasses both. Although she’s learned all aspects of haircare and styling, her passion is hair cutting and barbering. A great cut is your...

Final Farewell To Julius L. Chambers

Final Farewell To Julius L. Chambers

Aug 8, 2013

  Julius Levonne Chambers was a beloved NCCU chancellor, Director-Counsel for the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and determined civil rights lawyer. In June 1964, Chambers began a solo law practice in Charlotte, NC. This firm eventually became the first integrated firm in North Carolina history. With fellow founding partners James E. Ferguson II and Adam Stein,...

Philadelphia Plans to Close 23 Schools, but Builds a $400 Million Dollar Prison

Philadelphia Plans to Close 23 Schools, but Builds a $400 Million Dollar Prison

Jun 7, 2013

Via www.yourblackworld.net: If this is their plan for young people, then black people may want to come together and fight.   The city of Philadelphia recently announced plans to close nearly two dozen schools, while simultaneously spending $400 million dollars to build a shiny new prison.   We hope that this isn’t the intended replacement for those displaced...