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“I AM ALI” Festival June 3 – July 15, 2017 Citywide Initiative to Include Multiple Partners, Ambassadors & Events The “I Am Ali” festival kicks off on the one-year anniversary of Muhammad Ali’s passing, June 3rd, and will highlight his “Six Core Principles”—Confidence, Conviction, Dedication, Respect, Giving, and Spirituality– with six weeks of programming and community events from over 30 Louisville attractions, hotels and restaurants, tied to each one of these principles.  Ali Center Activities & Events: Spirituality: June 3-10 Friday, June 9 11:00 am – 3:00 pm: Working with local partners, the Ali Center will host a Youth Festival in celebration of Ali’s…

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Sipp the Surgeon lives in a world filled with straight razors, clippers, and sheers. He is the owner of The Art of Barbering in Grand Prairie, Texas. As a barber with more than 20 years of experience, Sipp has competed and won first place in various hair battles throughout Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Georgia, Louisiana, and Mississippi.  He is known across the country for his precision work with a straight razor, thus coining the term “Sipp Fade Worth the Wait”.  He got the name Sipp the Surgeon because his clients often tell him that they feel they are in surgery when getting…

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The Honda Battle of the Bands was created to celebrate, support and recognize the excellence of Black college marching bands and the unique academic experience offered by Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Honda annually awards approximately $200,000 in grants to participating marching bands during the program period. This year marks a significant milestone – 15 years of the program’s existence! Honda Battle of the Bands Invitational Showcase Eight bands are chosen to advance to the Honda Battle of the Bands Invitational Showcase. The Invitational Showcase features musical performances from these eight HBCU marching bands. The Power of Dreams .…

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SEPTEMBER 15-23 2016 – SHAKER SQUARE CINEMAS The Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival is gearing up for its 5th year with a phenomenal line-up of urban features, documentaries and shorts shown September 15-23 at Shaker Square Cinema in Shaker Heights, Ohio. GCUFF continues to provide a unique voice for the stories that need to be told about people of color. Over the past 4 years, GCUFF has screened 75 feature films and 100 short films that showcased diverse content exploring a broad range of topics. Opening Night will be held on Thursday, September 15 at the Gartner Auditorium at the Cleveland Museum…

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70th Annual Bronner Bros Hair Show Part 1 69th Annual Bronner Bros Hair Show 2016 Angie’s List Grand Prix 2016 Summer Celebration Vendors 2016 Celebrity Basketball Game 2015 Florida Classic 2015 CCC Coverage 2015 CCC Parade 2015 CCC Coronation 2015 Carmel Artomobilia 2015 One Music Festival, ATL 2015 Expo Vendor Booths 2015 Expo Forum 2015 Expo Concert 2015 All White Party 2015 Celebrity Basketball Game 2014 Celebrity Basketball Game  MLK Celebration (Indianapolis) 2014 All White Affair 2014 Expo Vendor Booths 2014 Expo Boxing Event

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It is a free instance research-paper on Homelessness: Homelessness can be an extremely enormous issue that America has arrive at experience. Thousands of people, including experts, families, toddlers, youngsters, as well as the elderly live day-after-day without food, water over their brains. Individuals who are emotionally ill also have it robust around the streets, which is often help with dissertation writing excessively perplexing to them, and harmful towards society’s rest. This issue has to be fixed soon, and so must be addressed like a main disaster that’s currently affecting our society. The amount of abandoned families with children has improved…

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Joseph Miller Jr., a man who has owned and operated Miller Funeral Homes for nearly a century, died Monday at St. Francis Medical Center.  Miller has a long history in the Monroe, La area, along with the Funeral home, Reliable Life Insurance Co. was established by his mother in 1940 to complement the family’s funeral home business. He continued his family’s legacy for many centuries. The insurance company was recognized multiple times by Black Enterprise magazine as one of the top business owned by African-American businessmen. Miller was a person that everyone loved and enjoyed talking with. He was a very smart…

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Expo Location Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) North and South Buildings 9899 International Drive Orlando, Florida  32819 2015 Dates Conference: Nov. 16-20 Trade Show: Nov. 17-20  2015 Trade Show Floor Hours Tuesday, Nov. 17 –  10 a.m.-6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18 – 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19 – 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 20 – 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday, November 14, 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM SOLD OUT! IAAPA Rookies & Newcomers: FEC 101 Room: S331CD Sunday, November 15, 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM 13th Annual IAAPA International Charity Golf Tournament Room:…

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Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month With Fashion For A Cause Chicago Midwest Fashion Week To Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month CHICAGO, October 14th, 2015—While the month of October marks the start of the Midwest Fashion Week (MFW) Fall 2015 season, it also marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Always with a philanthropic cause in mind, the first event in the fall series is a special event in which physicians and other medical professionals will walk the runway in support of breast cancer awareness, treatment, and research. “While the week is devoted to fashion and showcasing the work of up and coming designers,…

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