Author Archives: LaTrina Antoine

  • Black Press Hosts Leadership Awards Reception

    The National Newspapers Publishers Association recognized four individuals for their leadership skills in the Black Community and also highlighted the significance and need that the Black Press still has in America at their Leadership Awards Reception Sept. 25. The event, which was hosted at ...

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  • Local Chef Competes in Hell’s Kitchen

    James Robinson’s love for the culinary arts allowed him to enhance his passion through several low moments – including a span of homelessness – to being one of 18 aspiring chefs competing in season 13 of Fox series Hell’s Kitchen with Chef Gordon Ramsey. “I auditioned for Hell’s Kitchen because ...

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  • Americans Benefit from Helping Africans

    Increasing United States investment opportunities in Africa could help the economy create more jobs for Americans, according to U.S. officials. “Our economic and commercial partnership is a two way street,” Penny Pritzker, U.S. Secretary of Commerce, told African leaders at the U.S.-Africa ...

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  • Obama Holds Town Hall with Young African Fellows

    From July 28 to 30, 500 participants in the Young African Leaders Initiative converged on Washington for the first Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders. President Barack Obama hosted a presidential summit and town hall to foster executive leadership training, networking, and skills ...

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  • Phi Beta Sigma Celebrates 100 Years of Service

    Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity is hosting its centennial celebration from July 16 – 20 at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel. The theme of the event is “Centennial Celebration – One Century of Service.” As we celebrate our centennial, this celebration is significant because our ...

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