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Srage 13 Docuseries "MARCH" on HBCU Band Life Debuts Tonight on The CW

Step into the riveting and demanding world of the Marching Storm, the award-winning band at HBCU Prairie View A&M University, as its members strive to climb in the rankings, balance the demands of life and school, and carry the bold legacy of the university. Stage 13’s docuseries MARCH debuts on Monday, January 24 at 8:00pm ET/PT on The CW. The 8-episode series is executive produced by Jamail Shelton (“Love & Hip Hop”), Emmy winner Cheryl Horner McDonough (“The T Word”), and Stage 13 EPs Shari Scorca and Marcel Fuentes.

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Kem and Babyface Coming to NRG Arena

R&B LEGENDS KEM & KENNY ‘BABYFACE’ EDMONDS ANNOUNCE “THE FULL CIRCLE TOUR” HOSTED BY SHERRI SHEPHERD

Clark Atlanta University School of Business Hosts Supply Chain and Logistics Innovators for Forward Forum

The Clark Atlanta University School of Business Administration (CAU-SBA) will begin its Forward Forum series next week, featuring diverse innovators who are changing the face and future of their respective industries. The virtual event will be held Tuesday, January 25, 2022, at 11:30 AM.

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Nicolas Jimenez Named Director of Government Affairs for Comcast’s Houston Region

Nicolas Jimenez has been named director of Government Affairs for Comcast’s Houston Region. In this role, Jimenez will be responsible for overseeing regulatory, franchising, and public policy matters across the entire region.

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H-E-B's Scott McClelland to Retire December 31st

Houstonians have fallen in love with H-E-B’s top guy, Scott McClelland. He is such an all around good guy whose personality matched his actions and made Houstonians fall in love with H-E-B even more. Now McClelland has announced that it is time for him to move on and inch towards retirement.

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Howard University and At Least 7 Other HBCUs Receive Bomb Threats

At least eight historically Black colleges and universities received bomb threats Tuesday, school officials said, triggering abrupt evacuations of students and employees. Spelman College, the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Florida Memorial University, Howard University, Norfolk State University, North Carolina Central University, Prairie View A&M University in Texas, and Xavier University of Louisiana reported bomb threats. No explosions occurred.

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Dr. Bernice King: ‘Voting Is the Heart and Soul of Our Democracy’

Since 1986, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day has been observed by Americans, taking place on the third Monday in January. It is a day to celebrate the civil rights icon as he was an advocate for nonviolent protests during the civil rights movement in the 1950s and 1960s.

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Houston Native Promoted in U.S. Navy Reserve

Houston native was advanced to third class petty officer during her drill weekend with U.S. Naval Forces South-ern Command/U.S. 4th Fleet Reserve Component (NR COMUSNAVSO/C4F) in Mayport, Florida on January 8.

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Angelique Bartholomew Joins Houston-Based Women-Owned Consulting Management Firm As Partner

Managing Partners Laurie Robin- son, MBA, and Tara DeAndrea, RHIA of PVMA, LLC released a joint statement on their admission to the partnership. "This is an unprecedented climate for the Disaster Recovery, Infrastructure, and Healthcare industries, it will require exceptional teams and experience for the future of Recovery efforts. Angelique Bartholomew has the experience and commitment we need to move forward in 2022. Angelique has 20+ years of public and private sector experience in project and program management. She has a consistent award-winning track record in Business Development. Angelique has teamed with global firms, led prime opportunities, and built exceptional revenue growth through strategic partnerships across the country in disaster recovery. We are pleased to have her on board."

City of Houston Awarded $150,000 Grant from the National League of Cities to Promote Equitable Career Opportunities for Youth

The City of Houston has been awarded a $150,000 grant from the National League of Cities (NLC), as part of a new initiative to make true economic opportunity a reality for youth and young adults who are marginalized from quality education and career opportunities. In addition to the monetary award, Houston joins the five other cities from across the nation who will also receive specialized assistance from NLC’s staff and other national experts to advance the city’s efforts to expand STEM career pathways for marginalized young people.

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