Soooh enjoyed the launch of Oasis magazine, a quarterly publication that will highlight health, beauty, politics, community and social aspects. The launch hosted by BNOC, that's Blacks N Orange County , at the posh POSCH restaurant and lounge located in Irvine... a fun and fabulous evening ,and thanks to Donald Drake for info and
Enjoyed the Black cast of Death of a Salesman, at SRC, and yes they gave an extraordinary performance .Thanks to Andrew Wright for all considerations... and the Jeremiah family greet and meet was held at the Huntington Beach club house of Ms Wilson and hosted by Paula and Thomas Fisher… it was good to be around such dynamic "family"
Hundreds of faculty, staff and students from the west coast will converge next month around issues of education, increasing racial diversity on campus, and getting more African Americans in college leadership positions.
On October 25-26, the Western Regional Council of Black American Affairs hosts several workshops, and
Threats waged on Capitol Hill around healthcare reform this verges on total government gridlock, but none of it is stopping thousands of Covered California training partners from going forward in their mission to reach over 5 million that are eligible to receive affordable healthcare.
Upcoming and belated birthday and anniversary wishes to: John Harris (Nestle Co.) Robin Cole, Len Hubbard, Gloria Banks, Sabra Hill (95+) Betty Pugh, Clarence Hunter, Nellie Berry, Tanya Craig, Donald Craig, and Mary Jo Capone ...Anniversary wishes to Pastor Mark and and Dr. Mia Whitlock , and Tenth (10) for OC NAACP president Donald and
Besides being Black and Greek, the Divine 9 have a lot other things in common, including the love of good conversation, a little barbecue, and a lifelong pledge to take care of each other and their community.
On Saturday, October 5, about 250 fraternity and sorority members are expected to turn out for a full day of
Last weekend, the ladies of Orange County NCNW paid a visit to their assigned cottage at Crittenton House for something that most girls take for granted -- the occasional pedicure or manicure, getting their hair or makeup done, even trying to sneak a hug.
An entourage of professional panelists will come out for a day of action and awareness bringing representatives from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Fair Housing and Employment, HUD Civil Rights Division to talk about jobs, housing, education and police brutality.
The Disneyland Hotel was the setting for the recently held twenty-second banquet of the Orange County Black Chamber of Commerce. The theme was: “Veterans & Business on Route 66”; the famous highway heralded in song, on television and in John Steinbeck’s, “Grapes of Wrath,” it was the road most traveled as mid-westerners left