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On September 5th, JCRC-NY launched a digital campaign to call upon New Yorkers to sign a statement that Roger Waters is Out of Tune with New York, raising awareness of his use of anti-Semitic imagery, anti-Israel messaging, and advocacy for the BDS movement against Israel.Singer Ziggy Marley and actress Helen Mirren are two of the many artists speaking out against BDS.

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Christopher Sealy, Barbadian Sommelier scheduled for Atlanta IBMSFF launch scheduled for September 22, 2017

CHRISTOPHER A SEALY,   Certified in Food, Beverage & Hospitality Operations Management & One of the Caribbean’s - (Barbados) Top Wine Sommeliers.

Christopher Sealy, also known by his entertainment name as “Chris Mann”, is a young man who has spent several years in the restaurant, bar and hospitality industries. His expertise and most recent accomplishment is that of Wine Sommelier. His passion for wines and his knowledge of the hospitality industry has ignited his interest not only for specialized local brands of Barbados but also those across the Caribbean and globally. ( read more )


 

GROOMING BOYS TO MEN –The Barbershop Talk

The good news on the rekindling of literacy in our community took center stage at Good News Barbershop in Jonesboro, Ga. Local barbershop owner in conjunction with Clayton County Library hosted an event entitled, “Grooming Boys to Men: The Barbershop Talk” under the theme, “Building a Better World” on Monday, July 31, 2017 from 12:00 – 2:00pm, EST at Good News Barbershop located at 9526 South Main Street, Jonesboro, Ga 30236. Jonesboro Library and Good News Barbershop are interested in “grooming what is in the head as well as what’s on it.” (read more here)


 

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“Immigrants are vital to New York State’s sustained economic growth,” said Jorge I. Montalvo, Director of the New York State Office for New Americans. “We encourage all New Americans interested in starting or expanding a small business to attend one of these seminars to gain the skills needed in the current economic climate.” (read more)


 

 


 

 

 

 

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Contact:  Frank Sobrino (646) 664-9300

AS DISASTERS STRIKE, CUNY SCRAMBLES TO HELP

 

Campuses of The City University of New York are mobilizing to aid the millions of people devastated by hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose and Maria and by the two earthquakes in Mexico.

At Bronx Community College, a fundraising drive runs through Oct. 6 and a campaign to collect toiletries goes until Oct. 20. Personal counseling for those affected will last through the entire school year.

At City Tech, the Student Government Association has responded to fundraising requests for help from three Houston colleges that Hurricane Harvey left, quite literally, under water: Houston Community College, Rice University and Texas Southern University http://tsu.thankyou4caring.org/tsucares). The City Tech campus counseling center has scheduled group sessions for students affected by either this unprecedented string of natural disasters or the stresses caused by the federal threat to students who had been protected by DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. In addition, the campus human relations office is reaching out to faculty and staff affected, to provide details about CUNY’s employee counseling service. (read more)


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The Officers and Members of Foundation School Alumni Inc. thank you for making
Saturday's Health Walk & Picnic another successful event.
Over one hundred (100) persons including sixteen (16) members were in attendance. 

We appreciate everyone's efforts who attended and participated in our walk and picnic
which could not have been possible without your co-operation, pledges and contributions.

Special thanks to the Officers and Members of FSA and Guests who donated 
to this worthy cause.                            

With you on our Team, we can give families hope by raising money
that funds lifesaving research and programs that help Lupus and Diabetes.

Again we thank you. See you next year!!!

 

Mrs. Beverley Callender
President

Ms. Helen Walker
Vice-President


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 20, 2017

CONTACT: pressoffice@cityhall.nyc.gov (212) 788-2958

 

FIRST LADY CHIRLANE MCCRAY ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN GRACIE MANSION CONSERVANCY AND MCC THEATER TO INCREASE AT-RISK YOUTH ACCESS TO ARTS AND CULTURE

 

Gracie Mansion hosted a performance of scenes from MCC Theater’s new production Charm, about an etiquette school for transgender youth in Chicago, followed by a panel discussion with cast members and LGBTQ community leaders

 

NEW YORK–– First Lady Chirlane McCray and Gabrielle Fialkoff, Senior Advisor and Director of the Mayor’s Office of Strategic Partnerships, announced today a partnership between the Gracie Mansion Conservancy and MCC Theater during its 2017/18 season to increase access to arts and culture to at-risk youth. Gracie Mansion hosted the launch event on Wednesday, September 20th, featuring a performance of selected scenes from the Off-Broadway production ofCharm, followed by a youth-focused panel discussion.

 

This partnership will provide 75 youths from across the City with tickets to attend productions in MCC’s 2017-18 season, along with pre- and post-show workshops with actors, designers, and other members of MCC’s creative team. This opportunity to participate in an entire season (rather than a “one-off” theatrical experience) will help young people access and understand the multitude of stories that can be told through theater, provide a safe space to discuss their life experiences, and foster exploration of career paths within one of the City’s touchstone industries, which contributes upwards of $12 billion to the economy of New York City and supports 87,000 jobs.

 

“I always say if I couldn’t write poetry, or dance or express myself through the arts as a teenager, I don’t know where I’d be. Art is therapeutic and healing – and it belongs to everyone. The Gracie Mansion Conservancy is proud to partner with MCC Theater in its commitment to bring the arts to our city’s most vulnerable youth and uplift voices that are far too often underrepresented in theater,” said First Lady Chirlane McCray, who leads the NYC Unity Project. (read more here)


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SEPTEMBER 19, 2017

HURRICANE MARIA PASSED RIGHT OVER DOMINICA LAST NIGHT.

 

ROSEAU, Dominica, Tuesday September 19, 2017 – Hurricane Maria, one of the fastest intensifying hurricanes on record, has left widespread devastation in Dominica, with Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit reporting that the country has so far lost “all what money can buy and replace”.

But his biggest fear is the loss of life and injuries that have resulted from the Category 5 hurricane which passed right over the island last night.

Hurricane Maria brought 160 mile-per-hour winds that blew off roofs – among them the roof of Skerrit’s official residence. (read more here)

 

As founders of the iconic Barefoot Wine brand (eventually acquired by E&J Gallo), Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey are two of the most highly sought-after keynote speakers and interview guests on business and executive topics. The two routinely appear on radio, podcasts and television outlets including ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, and Bloomberg; and are frequently quoted and interviewed on professional and national publications including Forbes, Entrepreneur, The Huffington Post, AMEX Open Forum, and Costco Connection. Their bi-monthly business articles are published by The Business Journals in 43 cities nationwide. Michael & Bonnie speak internationally for corporations, conferences, universities and symposiums including SOCAP (Society of Consumer Affairs Professionals in Business), The World Conference on Entrepreneurship (ICSB) in Dublin, Ireland, The Conference Board’s Consumer Experience Symposium in NYC, The C-Suite Conferences, Persistent Systems, Liberty Tax, Retail Packaging Association, Renaissance Executive Forums, and over 60 universities that teach entrepreneurship.


 Audiences worldwide attend Michael and Bonnie’s speeches to hear about their incredible journey as entrepreneurs and to learn about their unique “Barefoot Spirit” sales-driven culture and approach, which helped to establish the Barefoot brand as one of the most recognizable wine brands globally. Most recently, Michael and Bonnie have further adapted their teachings and launched the “Barefoot Startup” (#barefootstartup) movement, which encourages lean, early stage startups to adopt key bootstrapping tenets and sales-driven principles and tactics. Today, their timeless Barefoot business principles and proven strategies are utilized by both startups and large enterprises. Michael & Bonnie are highly recommended by business leaders and professors of entrepreneurship as inspirational speakers and entrepreneurial thought leaders. ( read more here)


 

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Golden Soil Deep Cleanse Shampoo is exclusively formulated to detoxify the scalp and draw out impurities for optimal scalp health. The combination of apple-cider vinegar perfectly blended with sacred oil-infused minerals, vitamins and proteins are engineered to exfoliate, soothe and balance hair follicles and stimulate hair growth. Golden Soil Deep Cleanse Shampoo is exclusively formulated to detoxify the scalp and draw out impurities for optimal scalp health. The combination of apple-cider vinegar perfectly blended with sacred oil-infused minerals, vitamins and proteins are engineered to exfoliate, soothe and balance hair follicles and stimulate hair growth. 

Golden Soil Twisting Gel is an essential styling aid enriched with Vitamin E and a natural compound of Bajan blends. The naturally based gel is designed to provide nourishment to the scalp and stimulate hair growth. This perfectly blended natural holding gel takes your locs and twists to another level of style and sophistication. (read more here) or visit the official article here at wbls and circle of sisters


 

How Hurricane Irma Sucked the Sea in the Bahamas Dry

SEPTEMBER 12, 2017

SEA BEDS ALONG THE BAHAMAS COAST WERE DRY AS A RESULT OF HURRICANE IRMA. (PHOTO CREDIT: @JANDJSMOM1/TWITTER)

FLORIDA, United States, Tuesday September 12, 2017 – Videos and photos of water receding as far as the eye could see, from shorelines in the Bahamas up through Florida’s west coast after Hurricane Irma’s passage, have gone viral. And they have triggered fears that a tsunami is on the horizon.



Read more: http://www.caribbean360.com/news/bahamas_news/how-hurricane-irma-sucked-the-sea-in-the-bahamas-dry#ixzz4sUbdYuna

 

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Barbadians to receive high honours for their worldwide contributions to film


Cameron Bailey and Menelik Shabazz toast their roots and shared passion for film at a CTFF2017 Special Event on September 13th.


For Immediate Release

TORONTO, September 11, 2017 – Two Barbadians who have put a worldwide stamp on film will be honoured at the 12th Annual CaribbeanTales International Film Festival (CTFF2017). Cameron Bailey, Artistic Director, Toronto International Film Festival, and Menelik Shabazz, award winning film director, producer, writer and pioneer in the development of contemporary Black British cinema, will be celebrated in a special evening presented in partnership with the Consulate Office of Barbados in Toronto.

The "Menelik Shabazz Tribute" will be part of CTFF2017's commitment to honour the legacies of trail-blazing Caribbean and Diaspora film artists, activists and influencers who have made their mark on the world. ( read more)

 

Haitian American authors scheduled for Independent Book-Music-Short-film & Fashion Festival Launch in Atlanta, Georgia

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Yamila F. Coby - New York

Book Title: "Let It All Out"

I was born in Cite Soleil, Haiti on November 6, 1992 but I was raised in the capital Port-au-Prince. My mother died when I was just six years old, I was raised by her sisters, my grandmother and my father. I am the only child of my mother. However, I have two little sisters on my father’s side.


I started writing when I was near eight years old. I was mostly writing scripts and poems. I was always excited, and I became very passionate about what I do. It was either the entertainment industry or childhood education. When I was ten I use to have lots of kids from the neighborhood that did not go to school in my backyard. I showed them what I had learned, taught them to read and write, etc. (read more here)


Barbadian authors scheduled for Independent Book-Music-Short-film & Fashion Festival Launch in Atlanta, Georgi  

Alicia Bailey - Barbados

Book Title "Silent War for LOve"

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This book is about a young lady who has been raped, sodomized, forced into prostitution, adultery; treated poorly by family members, and friends of family members. It depicts several debilitating events in the life of Alicia Bailey from the tender age of four years old. All encapsulated in the serene island of Barbados, gem of the Caribbean.
Alicia hopes that her story will serve as a warning to others and also a calling card of hope. As you read these pages may God grant you the peace and serenity she has achieved through absolute forgiveness of those who have threatened the safety and security of her life. You will enjoy this mesmerizing and unbelievable true story of pain, suffering and overcoming the odds despite a stacked deck serving up a demeaning dish of failure for Alicia.

Alicia has a jazziest voice of velvet and gold as she sings across all genres of music. She shares a passion for art, fashion and helping others. She loves ballet which has been a source of strength in her life. She has spent time speaking and coaching in the prison system of Barbados and in her church as well as personal time with friends while managing the horrific past she has slowly and steadily overcome. ( read more here )


 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

September 1st, 2017

The Richmond County Black and Minority Chamber of Commerce Offers Mental Health First Aid Training in Staten Island, New York Part of National Initiative to Increase Mental Health Literacy

On Monday, October 9th and Saturday, October 14th, 2017, The Richmond County Black and Minority Chamber of Commerce in partnership with THRIVE NYC, T Ford LCSW Consulting Services PLLC and Silver Queen Chapter No.43 Prince Hall Order Easter Star will be offering Mental Health First Aid training in the following locations:

1. Skylight Center (October 9 th, 2017) 307 St. Marks Place Staten Island NY

2. The Reformed Church of Huguenot (October 9 th, 2017) 5474 Amboy Road Staten Island NY

3. Silver Lake Lodge (October 14th, 2017) Port Richmond Avenue Staten Island NY

This groundbreaking 8-hour training course (9am to 5pm) gives people the tools to identify when someone might be struggling with a mental health or substance use problem and to connect them with appropriate support and resources when necessary. (read more)


 

 

 

 

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Yellow Taxi Drivers Can Now Lease on Commission:
The TLC’s Fair Share Pilot Announces First Participant

Yellow taxi drivers that lease cabs participating in the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission’s (TLC) Fair Share Pilot can now work on commission, rather than beginning a shift by paying a full lease payment.

New York City Taxi Group is the first garage to join TLC’s pilot and offer this popular leasing arrangement, and is doing so using the latest technology.  The app Lacus Driver lets drivers lease on commission, check their earnings, find an available taxi, and get on the road in a tap.

“Yellow taxi drivers now have more options, they don’t have to start their day ‘in the hole.’  Drivers will pay for the lease as they earn instead of regardless of whether or not they earn,” said TLC Commissioner and Chair Meera Joshi.  “And we are very excited that an innovative garage is providing this opportunity for yellow taxi drivers.”

New York City Taxi Group, a Brooklyn-based fleet that manages over 260 medallions, has begun to offer fair share commission leases to drivers.  The maximum commission charged is 35%.  Through the app, drivers receive the following benefits: (read more)


For Immediate Release

Source: Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA)

Contact: Greta Andzenge, Marketplace Excellence + 1 201 861-2056
                greta@marketplaceexcellence.com

CHTA's Director General Frank Comito 

CARIBBEAN TOURISM PROGRESS HINGES ON SMARTER PARTNERSHIPS

CHTA points to progress, but government and private sector stakeholders must exercise greater prudence in managing communications and resolving challenges

MIAMI (August 27, 2017) - The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) applauds efforts being made by the region's public and private sectors to grow tourism, but cautions against the inherent risks if the sectors do not work more closely together to resolve differences.

With regional and global investor confidence critical to the Caribbean's tourism future, the organization called for more effective collaboration and pointed to tourism's immense contribution to employment, entrepreneurial activity, tax revenues and to its untapped potential to grow and develop to the benefit of the Caribbean's people, governments and the industry.(read more)


 

 

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Today we usher in The Independent Book Music Short Film Fashion Festival to celebrate those who have been credentialed in their field of endeavor for their tenacity and attention to their dream through their commitment, consistency and credibility through action.


 The Independent Book Music & Short Film Festival is the premier event for the Atlanta-based Web radio concern and will become an annual event streamed LIVE through a licensing agreement with its partnership with ComeSeeTv, USA. Several premier entrepreneur business ventures will be unveiled during the event. (read more)


 

 

 

 

 

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