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On Thursday, September 20, the Tennessee Conference of the NAACP kicked-off the organization’s 72nd State Conference – specifically themed, “Don’t Agonize, Mobilize!” Dr. Gloria Sweet-Love led a press conference, with several local media present. In her opening statement, Sweet-Love called for action from local religious institutions to help mobilize communities of color and discussed the […]Continue Reading
Hypnotic Brass Ensemble Preforms Their First Single, ‘Mary’, From Upcoming Album ‘Bad Boys of Jazz’ and Announces Release Date
Hypnotic Brass Ensemble (HBE), a native, Chicago-bred Hip-Hop Fusion Brass Band with Jazz and Funk roots, is pleased to announce the release the first single ‘Mary,’ off of their upcoming album ‘Bad Boys of Jazz,’ set to drop in October 2018. The group debuted the single at Today at Apple on Michigan Ave in Chicago […]Continue Reading
Alisha Shoates James Takes Essence Main Stage to Discuss Bridging the Gap Between Communities and Law Enforcement
July 25th, 2018 Client News
Earlier this month, our client, Alisha Shoates James, took the main stage with Mothers of Black Boys United (M.O.B.B. United) at the 2018 Essence Festival in New Orleans. She had an opportunity to share her expertise through a platform designed by the non-profit to discuss law enforcement, criminal justice reform, community involvement and leadership. M.O.B.B. […]Continue Reading
Experienced executive to broaden impact of community-based organization focused on eradicating HIV/AIDS and the associated stigma. Street Works, a non-profit providing education, prevention and care to those affected by HIV/AIDS in Nashville has promoted Sharon W. Hurt, removing the interim tag and naming her executive director. Hurt served as interim for seven months, after the […]Continue Reading