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FinalCall.com: Memories of the life, work of Jabir Muhammad

September 8, 2008

By Richard Muhammad Contributing Editor Updated Sep 8, 2008, 12:45 pm   Alif Muhammad and his brothers and sisters thank the Muslim community, family and friends for kindness following the death of their father Jabir Herbert Muhammad. Photos: Richard Muhammad CHICAGO (FinalCall.com) – Jabir Herbert Muhammad, a son of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad, was fondly remembered […]

Newswire: Targeted Marketing of High-Calorie Foods Promotes Unhealthy Eating Habits Among African Americans

September 8, 2008

    Newswise — Targeted marketing of high-calorie foods and beverages exposes African Americans—compared to Caucasians or the general population—to more unhealthy messages about eating and limits their access to healthy foods finds a new study by Sonya Grier, an associate professor of marketing at American University’s Kogod School of Business.   The overall effects […]

PRnine: New Firm Seeks to Level Search Marketing Playing Field

September 8, 2008

Atlanta Based ODDulent Global Marketing Plans to Expand African American Role in Search Engine Marketing Atlanta, GA (PRnine – September 8, 2008) – ODDulent Global Marketing, an Atlanta based interactive marketing company, seeks to be the first prominent African American owned and operated firm to offer a full suite of search engine marketing services. Officially launching in September 2008, the […]

Blackvoices: Sanaa Lathan Talks ‘The Family That Preys’

September 8, 2008

Posted Sep 8th 2008 3:59PM by Wilson Morales Filed under: It’s All Reel With the exception of ‘Out of Time’, most of the roles that Sanaa Lathan has played is where she is the good girl. Even when she did ‘Alien Vs. Predator’, you just knew that she would be there to save the day because she […]

South Florida Caribbean News: More evidence emerges about value of African-American market

September 8, 2008

NEW JERSEY – Veteran journalist and communications strategist Andria Hall, wants Caribbean tourism stakeholders to take another serious look at the African American market. Responding to a recent study on the purchasing power of affluent African Americans, Hall, who regularly travels throughout the Caribbean conducting workshops, crisis communications training and delivering keynote addresses, said smart […]

OregonLive: Minorities’ population growth not reflected at Oregon colleges

September 7, 2008

by Bill Graves, The Oregonian  Friday September 05, 2008, 10:10 PM Oregon’s seven colleges and universities made incremental gains in increasing their minority student ranks over the past decade, failing to keep pace with minority increases in the state’s general and high school populations. Minority faculty teaching in the universities increased by 1 percentage point […]