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Black women's lifestyle guide for the latest in fashion trends, black hair, love & sex advice. Get the latest on Essence for black entertainment news, beauty tips and more. BLK was a monthly American newsmagazine, similar in format to Time and The Advocate, which targeted its coverage of people, events and issues to African- American LGBT readers. Published in Los Angeles, the magazine was initially distributed free to local black establishments frequented by lesbians and gay men, but. African-American cultural insight, news, and entertainment.
INTHEBLACK won the Publishers Australia award for Best Business Magazine. received an Outstanding Achievement Award in the Magazine category from the Interactive Media Awards. The website was also a finalist in the News & Business Magazine of the Year category of the Digital Magazine Awards. BLACK ENTERPRISE is the ultimate source to build Wealth for Life and is the premier business, investing, and wealth-building resource for African Americans. BE provides essential business information and advice to professionals, corporate executives, entrepreneurs, small businesses, and decision makers. America's Leading African American Business and Career Magazine.
10 Apr More than a million people in Mexico are descended from African slaves and identify as "black", "dark" or "Afro-Mexican" even if they don't look black. But beyond the southern state of Oaxaca they are little-known and the community's leaders are now warning of possible radical steps to achieve official. 23 Apr "I'm like that guy the disciple of Jesus, I just want to see." 'Police State' Portugal is broadcast on Crossing Continents on Thursday 23 April at BST on BBC Radio 4. It is on Assignment on BBC World Service on the same day. Subscribe to the BBC News Magazine's email newsletter to get articles sent. The good news is Essence is black-owned again. Here's the bad news. By David Kaufman. January 6, This was an important week for minority media. On Thursday (Jan. 4), Essence—the nation's leading African American-focused publication—was sold by Time Inc. to a newly formed company backed by Richelieu.