Wednesday, 20 August 2014 11:23
. . . with Strength, Grace and Style
All of the contestants for the Miss Black US Ambassador pageant shown above received full styling consultations and styling services by the Design Essentials® Style Team, with a focus on the new Hydrience Argan Collection.
Design Essentials® launched their new community empowerment initiative, Strength To Shine, at the recent Miss Black US Ambassador (MBUSAM) pageant held at the Gwinnett Performing Arts Center. The Strength to Shine Empowerment Initiative spotlights the accomplishments of women who give back to the community with strength, style and grace.
Wednesday, 20 August 2014 11:18
Thank you Louella Bradley, Delandria Hopkins, and Tecumsah Shackelford.
I love you all.
I would like to also give a special congratulation to Tecumsah Shackelford for winning first place in the "Urban Bohemian Competition" in Los Angeles, CA, August 3, 2014.
Welcome to "Nappywood"!
Wednesday, 20 August 2014 10:02
Pasadena, CA — The Flintridge Center introduced the Real Change Movement donation meter program at a press conference held at Fuller Theological Seminary on Wednesday, August 13, 2014, from 11 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. The Mayor of Pasadena, Bill Bogaard, unveiled the first officially installed meter located at, and sponsored by, Fuller Theological Seminary, 180 North Oakland Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91101.
Monday, 18 August 2014 20:21
Pasadena, CA — The recent conviction of a woman who left her two young children locked in a car parked on a Pasadena city street on a hot summer day serves as an important reminder that the Pasadena City Attorney/City Prosecutor's Office will rigorously seek convictions in similar cases.
"There is no such thing as a quick errand when it comes to leaving kids or animals in the sweltering heat inside a car," Pasadena City Attorney/City Prosecutor Michele Beal Bagneris said. "Our message is clear: don't leave children inside a car in the heat."
Monday, 18 August 2014 07:55
Los Angeles, CA – Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Los Angeles (Advancing Justice - LA) expresses sadness and outrage at the fatal shooting of Ezell Ford, an unarmed African American man with a history of mental illness, at the hands of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), and demands a full and transparent investigation of Ford's death.
Ford's death comes tragically on the heels of a number of other fatal shootings of African American men by law enforcement officials around the nation, including that of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. The killings of Ford and Brown by law enforcement expose the systemic and entrenched nature of racial profiling and racial discrimination that African Americans have long endured and fought against in the struggle for civil and human rights.
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