Category: Features & Profiles

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Kappa Omega Omega Chapter Host its 45th African American Graduation Awards Program

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc Kappa Omega Omega Chapter with the support of the Bakersfield Ivy Legacy Foundation, will host its 45th African American Graduation Awards Program on Tuesday April 16, 2024 at 6pm at The Bakersfield High School Harvey Auditorium 1241 G Street, Bakersfield, CA. The theme for this year’s Graduation Awards Program is “Soaring Towards Excellence”.

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Black Twin Brothers to Walk 600 Miles for Foster Care Awareness

Twin brothers Davon and Tavon Woods from Pennsylvania, who were adopted at the age of two, are embarking on a 600-mile walk from Sumter to Philadelphia for 31 days to raise awareness about foster care. With their movement called #FosterKidsMatter, they are stepping up for a cause close to their hearts.

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Closing Education Gaps and Fostering Leadership: Willie J Frink College Prep Charter School Approved

In a bold and visionary step towards educational equity, the Kern County community is set to welcome a groundbreaking institution that aims to transform the educational landscape and bridge critical gaps in opportunities. The Willie J Frink College Prep Charter School, slated to open its doors in 2024, carries a distinct mission that sets it apart. With a focus on closing educational disparities and nurturing civic and entrepreneurial leadership, this charter school is poised to make a lasting impact on the lives of students in Bakersfield.

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Jay-Z and Mom, Gloria, Celebrate 20 Years of Giving Back With 2023 Scholarship Fund

The Shawn Carter Scholarship Fund (SCSF), founded by rapper turned business mogul Jay-Z and his philanthropist mother Gloria, has been helping low-income students achieve their dreams of higher education since 2003. With the deadline for this year’s scholarship fast approaching, the SCSF is once again urging eligible students to apply.

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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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Gervonta Davis Wants KO Of Hector Garcia To Get To Ryan Garcia

“I’m ready to go through everybody that’s in my way,” said Davis.
The post Gervonta Davis Wants KO Of Hector Garcia To Get To Ryan Garcia appeared first on Zenger News.

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