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Going to Market with Al Anderson

Al Anderson has spent the last 45 years as a pioneer and maverick in the practice of marketing and communications with a special emphasis on the African American consumer.  He is a real – on the ground, grunt work – trail-blazer. A native of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Al attended Atkins High School, under the close […]

Mary-Pat Hector – History Maker

Mary-Pat Hector let all of Atlanta know about her dedication to the cause for her people, and her prodigious personal tenacity, when she ran for public office at the age of 19 in the new DeKalb County city of Stonecrest. Mary-Pat was born in Atlanta, and her love for action and her ability to “take […]

Omelika Kuumba – aka Avis Delana Bynum A “Giwayen Mata” history maker – a dancer with a message!

Omelika Kuumba is known worldwide as a drummer, dancer, choreographer, musical arranger, cultural arts educator, co-founder and artistic director of Giwayen Mata. She is making history.  As one of the founders of Giwayen Mata, which means Elephant Women, Omelika takes to the stage in a storm; but she is a quiet, peaceful woman in her […]

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