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The First Annual: African American Wine Makers Vino Noir Festival

Come and taste the bounty of an amazing array of vino, and as a gift from the African American wine makers to you, enjoy some amazing LIVE Jazz from our

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Breast Cancer Month: The Pink Survivors

                EVENT SCHEDULE 6:30pm  | Doors Open 7:00pm  | Cancer Survivors Speak 7:45pm  | Pink Survivors Balloon Release 8:00pm  | LIVE Band Entertainment 9:30pm  | Socialize and Networking TICKETS ARE

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“POWER TO LIVE”  Telesummit Presented by BHEIRS   ReDiscover & Ignite Your Power to Live! BHEIRS presents, Having “Power To Live”. Powerful, Passionate guests share their trials, trips & tools

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“BHEIRS”: Building Relationships

We live in a time where it seems that everything is moving at lightening speed. Technology is changing daily. Before we are used to one new technology advent another is

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Connecting with and Shaping a Generation

~By Gloria A. Morgan Little is known about the Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection (HWSC), created in1996 as a nonprofit. To put it succinctly, the goal of the organization is to keep

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Collard Green Curves: The Stage Play

Nurse Bowick on “The Steve Harvey Show” with her designed collard green dress.

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On the Outside, looking In. A question for the Black community… Why not Howard Eagle?

By Jim Greco Our schools are failing. And the ones primarily impacted by those failings are mainly poor children of color. The situation is critical, and the need to act

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My Brothers are Dying

                                                                               Why, texture of his hair limits access to care, generations no education, lack of means, hate, or, is it what he ate My Brothers are crying,

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My Scars Do Not Define ME

 My scar does not define me, but it is what molded me into who I am today. Here is my story. When I was 15 I started to notice a

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WXXI – “Secretary of State”

By Kenny F. Jean Dr. Susan Rogers was raised in the Syracuse area and credits her mother, a librarian in a small town, for being an influence in her life

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Mentor Barbeque

Operation transformation Rochester Mentors Summer Barbecue Saturday, July 1, 2017 2222 Seneca Park Zoo (Wegman House) Beginning at 1:00 p.m. Great Food, Great Music, Great Fun, Great Networking Click on

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Sex Trafficking’s True Victims: Why Are Our Black Girls/Women So Vulnerable?

By Frederick Reese Mimi Crown’s story is like millions of others that have been and are being told across America. At age 21, she was abducted and forced into sexual

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Rochester’s First – Ever Why Did I Get Married Conference

ROCHESTER, NEW YORK (May 2, 2017)–There will be a lot of brides preparing the final touches for their big dayas wedding season approaches, but for folks who are already married

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I was called a faggot by a black person way before I was called a nigger.

by Ahmier I never had the luxury of blending in. My blackness has always been apparent, and because I didn’t act like the other young boys my age, or take

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Lets Chat, Man to Man

  By Tracy L. Williams Not to long ago I received a notice on Facebook from my dear friend, Dr. Leonard Brock. He wanted me to look at some alarming