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Sean Harper better known as rapper Seven Da Great was born in Memphis Tennessee. From an early age he was groomed to pursue a career in the entertainment business as his mother Frances Taylor Harper was an entertainer and singer and along with Seven's godmother Lois put on community talent shows every year. Seven and his two brothers performed every year at those shows. As time went on Seven developed a knack for writing and rapping. His inspirations were rap stars as Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg and Tu

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 Are you a professional interested in serving as a mentor for the 2011 Student Multimedia Project? Visit our Mentor Invitation page for for information. 


NABJ website

Application Deadline: February 18, 2011

For more than two decades, the National Association of Black Journalists has supported its student members and the future of journalism by offering students an opportunity to cover our annual convention and host city.

Program Description

NABJ offers an expenses-paid fellowship to outstand

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CHASE Bank Still Refuses To Meet With Community Banking Coalition Over Their Plans To Raise Fees On Poor People's Accounts !


One of the first community organizers to work with Barack Obama in Chicago for over 20 years. Now Associate Editor of The South Street Journal Newspaper and 37 year activist/journalist, recently selected as 2010 Who's Who In Black Chicago. 312-624-8351 or 773-392-0165

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Chicago Black Wall Street Project Hosts Chicago Follow-Up Meeting To Rev. Al Sharpton's National Action Network Convention and 12 Month National Action Plan Saturday, May 22nd!


The Black Agenda

Mark Allen, Board Member of the Chicago Black Wall Street Project and a National Community Organizer of the 12 Month National Action Plan of Rev. Al Sharpton's National Action Network and National Civil Rights Organizations

SATURDAY, MAY 22nd, 2010 Homan Square 3333 West

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