Feb 28

San Diego African American Museum of Fine Art lives on

San Diego African American Museum of Fine Art lives on
Gaidi Finnie reaches for a thick, white binder on top of a file cabinet in his office at Bayview Baptist Church in Encanto. He opens it to reveal years' worth of historic documents and other memorabilia from the San Diego African American Museum of …
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Randolph-Macon Professor presents on African-American Art at the Workhouse
In this 1942 photograph by the late Gordon Parks, Ella Watson (left) sits with three children; her adopted daughter appears on the right, reflected in a mirror. Parks is one of the African-American artists Dr. Evie Terrono will discuss on Feb. 19 at …
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San Diego African American Museum of Fine Arts lives on
Gaidi Finnie reaches for a thick, white binder on top of a file cabinet in his office at Bayview Baptist Church in Encanto. He opens it to reveal years' worth of historic documents and other memorabilia from the San Diego African American Museum of …
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Feb 21

Black Streak Entertainment Offering Digital Copy of Hit Graphic Novel “Fiji Random”


Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 18, 2015

Black Streak Entertainment, publisher of teen-fiction books and comics, is offering a digital copy of the comedy graphic novel hit “Fiji Random.” The graphic novel offer can be claimed via the landing page on the company’s website blackstreakstore.com for a limited time. The goal of this promotion is to boost lead-captures and increase the company’s fan and customer base.

Black Streak Entertainment publishes teen fiction novels, comics, and graphic novels featuring diverse characters of various ethnicities, skin tones, and social backgrounds, including mixed-race characters. Black Streak also produces products like button-pins, stickers and art prints featuring these characters. Every character and published work under the Black Streak Entertainment label are the brainchildren of Justin and Terry L Raimey.

Black Streak Entertainment seeks to do what modern-day mainstream youth entertainment refuses to; that is, to represent kids and teens of color through creating appealing characters and storylines that shatter stereotypes and encourage people to think outside of the box. In a world bombarded with monopolized pop-culture and over-exposed brand names, Black Streak brothers Justin and Terry L Raimey also seek to bring more variety to the world of comics, teen fiction, animation, and licensed youth products; variety in the cultural appearances of characters and storylines that are relatable to American minorities from all socioeconomic classes.

To learn more about Black Streak Entertainments books, comics and products, visit their official website at blackstreakstore.com. For media inquiries, please email press(at)blackstreakent(dot)com or dail (888) 978-5385 ext. 1.







Feb 18

Black Broadway On U: Transmedia Project


Washington, DC (PRWEB) February 17, 2015

In honor of Black History Month, Andy Shallal, owner of D.C.s world-famous Busboys and Poets, will host the One Year Anniversary and Fundraiser for the Black Broadway on U: Transmedia Project at the grand opening of the Brookland locations Pearl Bailey Room. The evening reception includes light fare and a special Pearl Bailey Pop-Up performance featuring Helen Hayes Award-winning actress Roz White (Duke Ellington School of the Arts and Howard University Alumni) at Busboys and Poets Pearl Bailey Room (Brookland/Metro Red Line), 625 Monroe St., N.E, Washington, DC, on Monday, February 23, 2015, 6:30 pm – 8:30pm.

The Black Broadway on U Transmedia Project sheds light on the under-told story of African American life within Washington, D.C.s U Street/Shaw Corridor. Known as Black Broadway in the early 1910s through the late 1950s, U Street was a prominent cultural, social and intellectual hub for Black Washington.

Proceeds from the evening will support the Black Broadway on U: Transmedia Project, the creation of Executive Producer and third generation Washingtonian, Shell

Jan 31

Black Art – Hate

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Jan 28

'200 Years of African American Art' at Philadelphia Museum of Art

'200 Years of African American Art' at Philadelphia Museum of Art
PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia Museum of Art says that its purchase of Henry Ossawa Tanner's 1898 “Annunciation” was the first piece by an African American artist to be acquired by a major American museum. Tanner's dramatic painting, in which a …
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Family fiber: Bisa Butler weaves immortal threads into Morristown show
“The more worn the fabric, to me, the more spirit and soul that's in it,” Butler said Friday at a packed reception for the 23rd annual Art in the Atrium exhibition in Morristown. Works by 35 top African American artists are on display through March 15 …
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African American art on display at college
Much as the present is made partly of conversations with the past, the current display of African and African American art now on display at the Schmucker Art Gallery on the Gettysburg College campus weaves together images from historic and modern …
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Jan 15

Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys Announce Community Partnership with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Expo Day of Opportunity


Las Vegas, NV. (PRWEB) January 15, 2015

Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys is a community partner of the 2015 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Expo Day of Opportunity that is being presented by the Black Music Association Academy of America on January 15 inside the Veil Pavilion at the Silverton Casino from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. This Career, Business, and Health Expo is a free event that was created with the purpose of celebrating the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by presenting new opportunities for everyone. The celebration will then continue into the night from 7:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. in the Veil Pavilion during Inspiration! A Soulful Tribute, an all-ages fundraiser show that will feature local musical artists and community awards and recognitions throughout the night.