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Lessons Learned is a live storytelling event series founded by Winnie Kao. The event series features a curated speaker lineup, intimate setting, and stories from smart people about hard-earned lessons. Founded by Willie Jackson, Abernathy Magazine is an online publication where black men and some of their closest supporters discuss race and culture in a thoughtful way.
In keeping with the Lessons Learned format, Abernathy Magazine’s launch event featured 10 speakers each giving live talks about their own personal stories on lessons related to identity and race.
After the talks, the attendees networked and posed questions to each speaker. It was an unforgettable evening of raw, intense and even humorous stories from a diverse range of voices.
Comments Off on New Music From @LordFinesseDITC, A New Video From @SadatX, Plus The Roots Announce #RootsPicnic2015 Lineup
To celebrate the digital release of The SP1200 Project: A Re-Awakening, Lord Finesse has recorded another 8 tracks. The new expanded edition A Re-Awakening is currently available for pre-order on iTunes now, and here on CD.
Here’s the new video “Get Yours” from Sadat X, featuring Black Rob off Sadat’s new LP ‘Never Left’. The album is available now on Amazon and iTunes.
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Kidpost is a new online service for busy parents. Kidpost collects your kid-related social media posts, bundles them up into a daily email digest, and sends it off to your family and friends. Have an aunt who refuses to use Facebook or a cousin who doesn’t “do” Instagram? No problem. The Kidpost digest arrives as an email, making it easy for your loved ones to keep up with everything you post about your kids – without having to be a part of any one social media site.
Find out more about Kidpost here and get an additional discount by emailing me for 30% coupon before you sign up!