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Philly – October 25, 2022 – Amanda Seales, comedian, multi-hyphenate, and social justice advocate, can now add syndicated radio host to her growing list of achievements, Reach Media announced today. The Amanda Seales syndicated radio show and accompanying podcast premieres on November 7th on WRNB 100.3 FM Philadelphia and is available for distribution to additional […]

Jonathan Batista has made history as the first Black person to serve as the Pacific Northwest Ballet’s principal dancer. The post Dancer Jonathan Batista Makes History At Pacific Northwest Ballet appeared first on NewsOne.

Former first lady Michelle Obama and Penguin Random House have launched a scholarship award for young aspiring writers. The post Michelle Obama Aims To Empower Young Writers Through New Scholarship Initiative appeared first on NewsOne.

The Dance Theatre of Harlem’s ‘Sounds of Hazel’ celebrates jazz pioneer Hazel Scott’s artistry and activism. The post The Dance Theatre Of Harlem Celebrates Jazz Pioneer Hazel Scott’s Artistry And Activism appeared first on NewsOne.

It's official! The legendary rapper and actor's 3-on-3 basketball league has been acknowledged by ByBlack and the US Black Chambers as a Black-owned and operated company.

Shaw University President Paulette Dillard accused Spartanburg County deputies of racial profiling for stopping the HBCU's bus in South Carolina. The post HBCU President Accuses South Carolina Cops Of Racial Profiling For Searching Students’ Bus appeared first on NewsOne.

A new urgent care center, Cedar Hill Urgent Care Facility, opened to expand Health Care Access in the underserved wards 7 & 8, housing over 154,000 residents.

PepsiCo has launched a restaurant residency program to celebrate Black culinary innovators. The post PepsiCo Celebrates Black Culinary Innovators Through Restaurant Residency Program In Las Vegas appeared first on NewsOne.

The beauty brand Dark & Lovely is leading a scholarship initiative for Black women. The post Dark & Lovely Brand Leads Scholarship Initiative For Black Women appeared first on NewsOne.

Monday's Golf Tournament will be a a day of friendly competition to raise funds for necessary programs and scholarships for youth in D.C.