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  • Final chapters for Sept. 26
    Buddy Collette , a Grammy-nominated jazz saxophonist, flautist, bandleader, educator and advocate for the rights of African-American musicians. Collette died Sept. 19 in Los Angeles after suffering shortness of breath a day earlier. He was 89. Collette’s virtuosity allowed him to move easily from studio work in films and television and recording to small jazz groups and big bands. Irving Ravetch ...
  • Buddy Collette dies at 89; L.A. jazz saxophone player, bandleader
    Collette helped merge the black and white musicians' unions in L.A. and mentored many African American musicians. He was active in preserving and promoting L.A. jazz history. Buddy Collette, a Grammy-nominated jazz saxophonist, flautist, bandleader and educator who played important roles in Los Angeles jazz as a musician and an advocate for the rights of African American musicians, has died. He ...
  • Remembering George Smith as 'a man and a movement'
    At Ardmore’s Bethel A.M.E. Church last Saturday morning, family and friends gathered to remember Ardmore native George Leslie Smith.
  • Perspective: View From the Front Lines
    In 1968, then chairman of Ogilvy & Mather John Elliott Jr., speaking at the 51st annual American Association of Advertising Agencies meeting, called the failure of the industry to hire a greater number of African Americans "the great moral issue of our time."
  • Memorial set for first high-ranking African-American in St. Louis police department
    A memorial service for retired St. Louis police officer AtkinsW. Warren will be held at noon on Oct. 9 at Central Baptist Church,2824 Washington Avenue. A reception will follow from 3-6 p.m.
  • L.A. jazz musician Buddy Collette dies at 89
    Collette helped merge the black and white musicians' unions in L.A. and mentored many African American musicians. He was active in preserving and promoting L.A. jazz history.
  • Lynn Nottage wins $200K theatre award
    African-American playwright Lynn Nottage, who wrote works such as Ruined and Intimate Apparel, has won the 2010 Steinberg Distinguished Playwright Award.
  • Wells Fargo and the National Black MBA Association Honor Distinguished African American Entrepreneurs
    LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--For the fourth consecutive year, Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC), the nation’s largest lender to small businesses, and the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA®) will honor African American entrepreneurs with the NBMBAA/Wells Fargo Entrepreneur Excellence Award. This year’s winners are Sandra Maxwell Brooks, owner of Total Care and Concern, Inc. in Charlotte, NC ...
  • Buddy Collette, L.A. jazz musician and activist, dies at 89
    One of the key figures on the Los Angeles jazz scene, Buddy Collette was a saxophonist, flautist, bandleader and educator who also worked as an advocate for the rights of African American musicians. Collette passed away on Sunday at the...
  • Path to national office began in Alliance (The Alliance Review)
    Donny R. Williams Jr.'s path to Washington, D.C. started at home. Last week, Williams was handling the odds and ends of becoming the staff director of the new Subcommittee on Disaster Recovery of the Senate's Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.
  • (Forward)
    Campaign Confidential America's top independent Jewish news source supplies the daily dish on politics and public policy.
  • 2 Days After Ice Storm, US Airways Starts Seeing Improvement in Moving Travelers (WBKO-TV Bowling Green)
    Kentucky lawmakers recently honored the late Alice Allison Dunnigan during Black History Month. A Russellville native, Dunnigan became the first African-American journalist to cover a presidential tour.
  • More News (The Progress-Index)
    Given his background, it just made sense for David Schulte to enter the travel industry.
  • 03-19-07 EUR ALL ON ONE PAGE (Eurweb)
    WIKIPEDIA APOLOGIZES TO SINBAD: Web site bans person who posted fake death notice.
  • Beloved art director passes her ladder and hammer (Hernando Today)
    BROOKSVILLE — When Mary Alice Queiros first walked into Brooksville City Hall some nine years ago, she was struck by the bare walls and stark atmosphere.

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