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Archive for July, 2007
I just returned from a weekend vacationÂ in Palm Springs.Â I’m still recovering so I probably won’tÂ post much today.Â
SEN. BARACK OBAMA REACHES OUT TO S. CAROLINA VOTERS
Barack Obama is reaching out to voters in S. Carolina voters via one-minute radio ads. The spots are targeted to stations with Black listeners. Sen. Obama and Sen. Hillary Clinton are competing for Black voters in S. Carolina who make up half of the voters in the state.
Obama’s advisers say their biggest challenge is introducing him to voters who certainly know who Clinton is, but may not know much about Obama or even that he is black.
Question: Who doesn’t know that Senator Barack Obama is Black?
CRITICS SOUND OFF ON BET’S “WE GOT TO DO BETTER”
I had a power outage last night so I missed the debut of BET’s controversial show formerly known as “Hot Ghetto Mess.” Some seem to think the show is still a hot mess. Check out BGB’s liveblogÂ play-by-play.
BEYONCE’S REP TALKS ABOUT HER FALL
If you didn’t see the video on YouTube, too late.Â Beyonce’s rep says it was a mere spot on a flawless performance. The rep said the hem of her coat got caught in her shoes sending her tumbling down the stairs.
The Heart4Kids.org kickoff fundraiser is tonight at Copeland’s restaurant in Buckhead. Sandra Denenga founded the non-profit to raise money to build orphanages in her home country of Zimbabwe. She quit her full-time corporate job to raise awareness and help children in Africa.
To learn more about the organization, or to make an online donation visit this link.
GrantGrant92 just posted this video on YouTube from Beyonce’s concert in Orlando Florida last night. He says:
She was Amazing, Even after taking a Suicidal stage dive!!!
I’d offer my personal thoughts, but can’t put it any better than RhymesWithSnitch:
This is what you’re supposed to do when you fall down on stage. Get your ass right back up and act like nothing happened!
It had to hurt.
You’ve been sleepin’ if you haven’t seen Kiri Davis’ documentary “A Girl Like Me.”Â She’sÂ receivedÂ plenty of mainstream attention fromÂ her video that examines self image issues of black youth.Â TheÂ video isÂ truly eye opening.Â ”A Girl Like Me” took top honors inÂ Cosmo Girl’s Take Action Hollywood Film Contest.Â Great job Kiri! [AfroBella]