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Black Music Month : Co-Founder Dyana Williams Remembers The Creation Of The National Commemoration

What is Black Music Month? Why do we celebrate it? And at this point, with rap and R&B now the dominant genres on the pop charts, couldn’t every month be Black Music Month? Such questions tend to come up every June, when Americans celebrate the rich history and multibillion-dollar cultural ...

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Cleo Manago regular guest on TVOne

Cleo Manago is now a regular guest on the nationally broadcasted News One Now with Roland Martin on TVOne network. Airs 9-10 am EST M-F

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The BMX Chicago

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Honoring ‘Dimetrez Griffin’

“SEXY CONSCIOUS AWARE In my life I appreciate creative nonjudgemental authentic individuals that are honest open-hearted and supportive. LUV PEOPLE….HATE HATERS!!!!” – Dimetrez Griffin

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African Americans Seeking Equality Within The SGL Community

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A Michael J. Foster BMX Tribute

Michael J. Foster was a brilliant, thoughtful and high integrity leader at Black Men’s Xchange National. He died suddenly on June 14 2012. This video contains his voice, his thinking, his ingenuity, his spirit and the essence of his big heart. We miss him profoundly. We are proud and honored ...

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HEALING BLACK MEN part two

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HEALING BLACK MEN part one

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Healing Black Men – Voices of Affirmation

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Roland Martin: Racism And Lack Of Diversity In The SGL Community

African Americans are facing racism within the LGBT community. Dr. Darlene Nipper, deputy executive director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force; Cleo Manago, CEO and founder of Black Men’s Xchange; and Earl Fowlkes, president and CEO of the Center for Black Equity joined Roland Martin on the set ...

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