Actions of a write-in candidate prompted a judge to grant the 86-year-old Congresswoman a restraining order against Debbie Walker
A judge has granted Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson a temporary restraining order against write-In candidate Debbie Walker for her fraudulent election signs. Walker has been using unauthorized photos of the Congresswoman in an effort to trick voters into supporting her.
The New Miss Paul Quinn College and a new Miss Purple were crowned. Also celebrated Paul Quinn College elegance at its finest. This pictures features Miss Paul Quinns from the 1950s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s and the 2020s; along with the very first Miss Paul Quinn College Emeritus – Mrs. Clarice Weeks.
Chuck D Speaks Out
LISTEN TO WHAT I AM TRYING TO TELL YOU!
A picture is worth a THOUSAND Words!
Business owners want customers to know they are legit! Is your fish CATFISH or SWAI?
BUY BLACK! When Dr. Frederick D. Haynes III, of Friendship-West Baptist Church, announced 100 Days of Buying Black in acknowledging the 100th Commemoration of the Tulsa Race Massacre, a year ago, we joined the movement. December 31, 2021 marked 100 days of featuring Black Businesses, and we decided that the struggle continues and we must also. So enjoy reading about more Black-owned businesses and please support. We’re still going strong today and we also received recognition from the National Newspaper Publishers Association for our efforts!
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Diishan Imira, I am the founder and CEO of Mayvenn. He grew up watching hairstylists in his family run their businesses and noticed something… all of the hair products that the Black community was buying – They weren’t selling. He created Mayvenn. Diishan said, “if people of color are spending billions of dollars on beauty products, we should also have ownership in the businesses that sell those products.” Shop with Mayvenn visit the website of a local hair dresser Kindra at https://flawlesshairbykindra.mayvenn.com/ or call her at 972-748-6085.
OUR SUPERB WOMAN OF THE DAY
Crystal Jenkins King
Crystal Jenkins King is beauty and strength.
Crystal King hails from Albany, GA , graduating from Westover High School and attended Valdosta State University, and graduated from Albany State University before attending UTA, where she received her MBA and a graduate certificate in Asian Business Studies. Currently the National Vice President, Creative at American Heart Association where she was also Multicultural Marketing National Director, she worked as the Sr. Manager of Philanthropy at JCPenney and also enjoyed a stint at Susan G. Komen. A breast cancer survivor, this wife and mother is the CEO and co-founder of The Love Kings. Crystal is a writer, speaker, producer, director and a “super blogger.” Additionally she was a Pink Together Survivor Ambassador for General Mills.
Our Superb Women!
2021 was the “Year of the Woman,” especially the Black Woman! For 10 months we dedicated this space to uplifting Black women and spreading a message that we need to show love and empower people with love instead of destroying them with hate and disrespect. We celebrate Black Women and call them SUPERB! AND WE ARE KEEPING THE CELEBRATION GOING IN 2022!
Cheryl Smith, Publisher
WAKE UP AND STAY WOKE
It’s in their nature like the scorpion
By Dr. E. Faye Williams
In this campaign season, I am reminded of the fable of the scorpion and the frog. For those unfamiliar, a scorpion asks a frog to carry him across a river on his back. The frog fears being stung, but the scorpion argues that if it did so, both would sink and drown. The frog agrees, but midway the scorpion does indeed sting the frog, dooming them both. Before they drowned, the frog laments the treachery and asks why. The scorpion said, “You know who I am! It’s just in my nature.”
A journalist since 1994, he also founded DMGlobal Marketing & Public Relations. Glover has an extensive list of clients including corporations, non-profits, government agencies, politics, business owners, PR firms, and attorneys.
BmoreNews.com is an online news outlet based in Baltimore, MD established in 2002. Yes, this is our 20th Anniversary year. We primarily cover news and developments from an African American/Black perspective.
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