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Two Black Female Tech Entrepreneurs Launch First Ever Peer-to-Peer Identity Verification...

Safe2Meet.com, a local Atlanta company announced today that it has launched “the world’s first peer-to-peer identity verification and background check platform.” The company is...

Rolling Out Partners With Ad-Tech Partner, Digital Remedy, to Build Leading...

Leading cross-platform media property, Rolling Out today announced a partnership with Digital Remedy to create Rolling Out Extend. The new Rolling Out Extend will...

Anthony Anderson To Host The Andrew J. Young International Leadership Awards...

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On June 3, 2017, The Andrew J. Young Foundation will present the second biennial Andrew J. Young International Leadership Awards and welcome the city...

President Barack Obama Adviser and Civic Leader Valerie Jarrett to Deliver...

Valerie Jarrett, the longest-serving senior adviser to President Barack Obama, has had a consequential impact across the American political, civic and business landscape. Jarrett...

Empowering Black Women Beyond the Blues Tour Feat. Karen Moore’s Poetik...

Karen Moore Enterprises with the Sistah Talk session sponsored by Urban Poetik Ministries Inc. is pleased to announce the Atlanta tour dates of the...

Atlanta Business Owner Face Tragic Loss of Husband in Mass Shooting...

In 2016 there were more than 384 mass shootings in the United States, a number that has steadily increased every year. Local author and...

The “Puerto-Rican Princess,” Joseline Hernandez Celebrates Exclusive Birthday Bash Day Party...

VH1’s Love & Hip ATLANTA star, Joseline Hernandez will celebrate her Birthday Bash Day Party Saturday, April 22nd at one of Atlanta’s most popular...

From Gang Violence to Smart-Shaming, Past Challenges Inspire Winners of 2017...

Raphael Richardson was 14 the first time a gun was held to his head. When his father was incarcerated Philadelphia street gangs became his...

Planting the Seed for STEM – April 13th @ 5pm

Changing the Face of STEM, a national campaign encouraging women and young people of color to pursue careers in the fields of science, technology,...

The National Association Of Black Female Executives In Music And Entertainment...

On April 29, 2017, the National Association of Black Female Executives in Music and Entertainment (NABFEME) Atlanta Chapter will host NABFEME University kicking off...

Richard Torrence’s “Lord Why Can’t I Do Right?”

This inspirational and comical musical will resonate with all generations. The talented actors in this production will intrigue and mesmerize audiences with their powerful...

Georgia Tech Professor Unearths the Racist Past of an Atlanta Castle

Rhodes Hall on Peachtree Street is an icon of the Atlanta skyline, and one of the city’s most popular wedding venues. But the fairy-tale...