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Erica Loewe Helping to Open Doors for Black Press, Others at White House

In Erika Loewe’s all-too-important job as director of African American media, she has ensured that the Black Press and other media of color have...

SBA, Black Chambers Back President Biden’s Push for Federal Contracting with Minority Businesses

In December, after the Biden administration announced reforms to the federal procurement process that increased the share of small and disadvantaged businesses in the...

Blues Guitar Legend Buddy Guy Looks Back on a Special Career

By John Carucci, Associated Press Blues guitar legend Buddy Guy has influenced some of the greatest rock guitarists of all time, including Eric Clapton, Jimmy...

Aiming for a California Comeback: Tavis Smiley Returns to Radio

Tanu Henry | California Black Media Popular radio and television personality, whose career first began to skyrocket in the 1990s on Black Entertainment Television and...

Black PBS Newshour Reporter Questions Surgeon General’s “Big Mama” Remark

By: Antonio Ray Harvey | California Black Media “Don’t wash your dirty laundry in the street,” goes the centuries-old African-American adage. The saying is a...