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Shondrella Avery is Behaving Badly on Oprah Winfrey's Oxygen Network

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Los Angeles

By Eunice Moseley
The Baltimore Times


"I finally made it (when I appeared) on 'One on One'," actress Shondrella Avery says about her career.

Fashion Institute of Technology and Fashion Arts Xchange Honor Ophelia DeVore

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Los Angeles

The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), in cooperation with the Fashion and Arts Xchange (FAX), honored Ophelia DeVore, Positive Image Advocate, and an impressive group of celebrated pioneers in Fashion and Entertainment, February 6, 2004, New York City in “PARADISE,” an exciting production Celebrating Excellence.

All-Star Celebrity Fashion & Comedy Show

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Los Angeles

NBA All-Star Weekend officially began as CMX Sports Entertainment and the African American Comedy Association recently presented an All-Star Celebrity Fashion and Comedy Show at the Hollywood Palladium.

I Ain't Yo' Uncle celebrates Black History Month

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FINAL THREE PERFORMANCES
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 2/19, 20, 21 at 8 pm
Mandell Weiss Theatre

The Department of Theatre and Dance at the University of California, San Diego is pleased to present Robert Alexander compelling revision of Uncle Tom's Cabin, I Ain't Yo' Uncle . I Ain't Yo' Uncle is directed by Bill Fennnelly, a third-year graduate director. Fennelly is joined by the talented actors, designers, and stage managers of the UCSD nationally-acclaimed Graduate Theatre Training Program.



Black and Brown Juveniles Sentenced to Death 3 Times more Than Whites

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Washington (NNPA)

By Hazel Trice Edney
NNPA Washington Correspondent


Although Black and Brown juveniles represent 21 percent of the 16- to 17 year-olds in America, they represent more than triple that proportion (66 percent) of all death row inmates sentenced as juveniles.

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