Tag Archive | Education

Protected: “The Bank Robbery” Resolution

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The Kinsey Collection: African American Family Debuts Cultural Exhibit at Walt Disney World

Click link to original article at ebony.com http://pennydickersonwrites.com/2013/12/09/word-shout-song-lorenzo-dow-turner-exhibit/ A Whole New World: The Kinsey Collection An art and history loving African American Family debuts their coveted  collection at Walt Disney World By Penny Dickerson “The Walls” from the Kinsey Collection If the art of sharing were worth its weight  in gold, the amassed cultural treasures […]

Why It’s Hard To Date A Black Woman

Top Ten Reasons Why It’s Hard To Date A Black Woman by Matthew Lynch (Black State.com http://blackstate.com/dateblackwomen2.html) Black women make black men feel under appreciated, unwarranted and irresponsible and   regressive. Black women are too aggressive and no longer patient in waiting on the pursuit of a man. Black women are strong headed, too independent which […]

Disney Dreamers Academy with Steve Harvey and Essence Magazine

WHERE DREAMS COME TRUE March 14, 2013 Filed under METRO Posted by admin Click link below banner to read the original text from the Florida Courier. This post has been altered by the addition of photographs that were not added to the print run. http://flcourier.com/2013/03/14/where-dreams-come-true/ Florida teens participate in Disney Dreamers Academy hosted by Steve […]

CooperMorgan Dance Theatre: At The Gates.

Link to Florida Times-Union (Sun Community) http://jacksonville.com/entertainment/arts/2011-06-24/story/cooper-morgan-dance-theatre-stages-phenomenal-performance Creative duo Dewitt Cooper III and Savery Morgan blessed Jacksonville with a phenomenal, ensemble dance performance on Sunday, June 19, 2011 at  one of downtown’s new, eclectic venues at 111 E. Bay Street.  The second story conclave of brick walls complemented by visual art from local artists was […]

ZORA! Festival 2013 “Sustaining a Culture of Color.”

 ZORA! Sustaining a culture of color February 7, 2013 Filed under METRO Annual multi-day festival celebrates life of folklorist Zora Neale Hurston with plenty of art, crafts, history Master Artist Charles Bibbs is renowned for his ability to bring the nuance of African-American culture to life through his visual artistry. The California resident’s work, like […]

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