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01 Oct

Virtual event

October 1, 2021 To April 30, 2022

12:00 am To 12:00 am

KJLH Radio presents the 21st Annual Women’s Health Expo! This year’s theme is “Your Health: Through the Lens of COVID.” This virtual event will take a 360-degree look at COVID, it’s impact and how we move forward. Read more…

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Actor Hill Harper launches The Black Wall Street platform aimed at empowering investors of color

Actor Hill Harper launches The Black Wall Street platform aimed at empowering investors of color

The Black Wall Street app goes live on June 1 and will offer a digital wallet for peer-to-peer payment and the ability to trade cryptocurrencies. Nearly a century after Black Wall Street — a center of Black business in the Greenwood district of Tulsa, Oklahoma, that was destroyed in a racial attack — “The Good Doctor” actor Hill Harper is launching a fintech app of the same name to empower investors of color. The Black Wall Street app [Read More...]
Byron Allen announces launch of TheGrio.TV, to premiere MLK weekend

Byron Allen announces launch of TheGrio.TV, to premiere MLK weekend

  TheGrio.TV, which debuts on Friday, Jan. 15, “is especially important to me,” says Allen, “as it will both serve and uplift all viewers.” With the slogan, “Our Culture Forever,” TheGrio.TV will bring movies, sitcoms, dramas, concerts, talk shows, variety shows, game shows, news and lifestyle content into homes via over-the-air broadcast television stations, cable/telco/satellite platforms and free digital [Read More...]
Black Cultural Events Expands to Chicago

Black Cultural Events Expands to Chicago

Black Cultural Events Expands Online Cultural Events Calendar to Chicago, Illinois. LOS ANGELES – November 10, 2020 -BCE Media Inc., parent company of online events calendar BlackCulturalEvents.com and led by CEO Pamela Ashe-Thomas, announced the expansion of BlackCulturalEvents.com into Chicago, Illinois (https://www.blackculturalevents.com/city/chicago) to accommodate their growth, and leverage Chicago’s longstanding African American [Read More...]