Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Book on Fashion of Miles Davis, Legendary Jazz Musician

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AUTHOR MICHAEL STRADFORD PENS FIRST BOOK TO EXAMINE THE PERSONAL STYLE OF LEGENDARY JAZZ MUSICIAN MILES DAVIS

Los Angeles, CA ( Author and entertainment executive Michael Stradford pens the first book on the style of legendary jazz musician, Miles Davis, often called 'the Picasso of music'.

Noteworthy are exclusive observations from luminaries such as Quincy Jones, Lenny Kravitz, Issey Miyake, Bryan Ferry and former wife Frances Davis among others. Set to be released on May 12, 2020, this historic book examines Miles Davis' fashion sensibility as yet another extension of his creative canvas.

An eye-opening and often surprising journey through the fashion sensibilities of the musical genius, MilesStyle: The Fashion of Miles Davis explores the unique, trendsetting and bold influence Mr. Davis had on mainstream popular culture, both onstage and off. Once hailed as "one of the best dressed men of the twentieth century" by both GQ and Esquire magazines, Michael Stradford's tome recounts the celebrated icon, Miles Davis, fashion journey with taste, beauty and class.

Black CEO Launches Scholarship Application Challenge

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BLACK PHILANTHROPIST AND ENTREPRENEUR LAUNCHES PRODUCTIVITY AND SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION CHALLENGE

Washington, DC --  Popular philanthropist and entrepreneur Jay Cameron is hosting the online "12 Days in 12 Hours Productivity Success Challenge" & "The Secure the Bag Scholarship Application Challenge" on Saturday, May 2nd, 2020 and May 16th, 2020 from 9am until 9pm.

To assist families with maximizing their productivity while observing COVID-19 "stay-at-home" orders, Cameron has created this virtual success challenge. The online challenges are hosted by Maximum Impact Success Academies and focus on accomplishing twelve days' worth of task completion within a twelve-hour timeframe. This free event encourages participants to choose specific tasks to complete during the online challenge.

As a part of the main event, Cameron is inviting high school and college students to participate in the "Secure the Bag" Scholarship Application Challenge. With massive student debt plaguing families and billions of scholarship dollars left unclaimed annually, the goal of this challenge is to complete as many college scholarship applications within twelve hours.

Interview Black Father & Son About COVID-19 Experience

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AFRICAN AMERICAN FATHER AND SON AVAILABLE TO DISCUSS HOW FAMILY EXPERIENCE WITH CORONAVIRUS INSPIRED NEW HIT R&B SONG

WHAT: A 39-year old began experiencing the symptoms of COVID-19, mainly consistent shortness of breath. He immediately went to the hospital to seek treatment, but was denied a test. He returned home still not knowing whether or not he was infected, and if there was a possibility of infecting his family members.

His father was so disappointed and frustrated with this experience that he decided to write an R&B/pop song about it. That song is called the "Coronavirus Song (The Rona Song)" and can be heard online at CoronavirusSong.com.

Black Entrepreneur, Successful Biz in 5 Months

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ENTREPRENEUR LAUNCHES SUCCESSFUL APPAREL LINE WITHIN JUST 5 MONTHS OF RETIRING FROM THE NAVY

Nationwide -- When you are motivated and determined to accomplish a goal, you will become successful. That's exactly what US Navy veteran Brittney Nicole says regarding her new apparel line, Coco's Wardrobe. Her success story is inspiring, especially considering she went from Navy veteran to successful business owner in less than half a year. That's a swift turnaround by any measure!

Based in New Orleans, this Black-owned and operated clothing and manufacturing company provides stylish apparel for women, with comfort in mind. The dresses, skirts, rompers, jumpsuits, and more are classy, yet affordable.

Black Mompreneur on How to Open Residential Assisted Living Home

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BLACK SINGLE MOM OF FOUR REVEALS HOW TO OPEN A PROFITABLE RESIDENT ASSISTED LIVING HOME

Nationwide  -- Jane Nk Nwanne, a healthcare worker turned entrepreneur, is sharing her secrets in her potentially life-changing book entitled HeartWork: How To Open & Operate Your Own Profitable Residential Assisted Living Home. As an author and educator, she now leads the way in helping other women become business owners while simultaneously helping society.

Jane, who is a Black single mom of four, worked in the healthcare industry for years. Before long though, she saw an opportunity to meet a growing need in society and realized that opening her own healthcare business was something very much achievable.