Chandler Holds First MLK Awards Event

For the first time in its 110-year history, the City of Chandler hosted the “Keeping the Dream Alive” Awards, in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Councilmember OD Harris proposed, spearheaded and organized the initiative on behalf of the Ready Set Go Foundation, with the blessing and support of the Chandler Mayor and Council.…

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HONORING KING

Martin Luther King the third, Arndrea Waters King, Yolanda Renee King and more then 180 deliver for voting rights partner organizations honored Martin Luther King…

Tempe Inspires At MLK Event

Be inspired by astronauts, moving performances and the actions of this year’s winners at the annual MLK Diversity Awards taking place at 8 a.m. on…

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Owning a Home: Guidance from Your Local Home Lending Advisor

Are you considering buying your first home, but unsure where to start? Purchasing a home is one of the biggest financial decisions a person can make, and the path to ownership may feel confusing for many first-time buyers. Thankfully, it…

Starting And Scaling A Small Business As A Minority Entrepreneur

Ever dreamed of owning your own business? If so, you’re not alone. In fact, you’re among more than 60 percent of Americans with the same aspiration. There are plenty of resources to support you in making that dream a reality,…

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Korn Ferry Qualifier Concludes Monday Bright and early Thursday morn- ing in Savannah, Ga., 149 golfers entered the Final Stage Qualifying Tournament. The 72-holes tour- nament would culminate with the top 40 golfers receiving full exempt status cards for the 2022 Korn Ferry Tour. Because of inclement weather during the second round on Friday, the finish was…

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HEAAL Hosts Cereal Fest, Christmas Fun

Special to the Informant For the fourth out of five years Positive Image Sports partnered with the HEAAL Coalition which hosts a Cereal Fest at Parsons Center for Health and Wellness in downtown Phoenix. Just shy of a hundred youth appeared on Saturday, Dec. 18, and enjoyed the opportunity to eat 22 different types of cereal…

Rev. Bernard Black Laid To Rest At SPMBC. By Jacquelyn Darby

On Friday, Dec. 10, the members of South Phoenix laid to rest their beloved pastor, the late Rev. Dr. Bernard Black. The homegoing celebration of the Rev. Black was held at his beloved South Phoenix Missionary Baptist Church the place Dr. Black dedicat- ed his life unselfishly as a preacher, teacher, mentor, leader, counselor, friend, husband and…

Phoenix Union High School  District Black Alliance President Sandra Jenkins Speaks to the Black Press

GRAMMY- Nominated Husband -Wife Duo Shine

Special to the Informant When first meeting Jean and Marcus Baylor, the talented duo that makes up The Baylor Project, you are struck by their easy, comfortable demeanor. They finish each other’s sentences. They banter stories back and forth with fun and love. There is a dynamic between them that explains the beautiful connection they create on stage…

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