Category: Black History Month

Ray Charles: “A Sound of His Own” Comes to Fixin’s

Blacked Owned businesses means so much more than just being “black owned”. It’s about the vision, the goal and the inspiration behind the business that makes it so special. Taking away status and fame, what is left is just creating a great product that anyone can enjoy. Fixins is all about finding new innovative ways to bring the community together. Collaborating with the Ray Charles Foundation is just one of many opportunities that pinpoints history, legacy, honor and revolutionary pioneers that have paved the way to where we are now.

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Brittney Griner, Ben Crump, and LA Native Kenya Barris Made Appearances During NAACP Summit and 54th Image Awards

This past week NAACP, the largest and most distinguished civil rights organization in the nation, and BET, one of the largest providers of entertainment programming for Black audiences came together for a higher purpose to pay tribute to Black excellence in music, television, film, and sports. The week was filled with honor, progression, and peace through a variety of events counting panels, receptions, and a fashion show, leading up to the official 54th NAACP Image Awards.

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Democrat Sheila Jackson Lee Introduces Anti-White Supremacy Bill, then Schools Republican Boebert on Hate

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King (MLK) Jr. was more than a social activist who, through his strong advocacy and rare brilliance, became America’s most celebrated symbol of racial justice and social progress. He was a symbol of unity, hope, and peace for people of all racial and ethnic backgrounds.

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