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Rapper Big Boi honored with Pepsi ‘#ChampionTheDream’ award in Atlanta

Rapper. Musician. Actor. Producer. Businessman. Philanthropist. Father. Friend. Husband. Animal Lover. Icon. These are the many titles given to just one man. Now, add Advocate to the growing list of a accomplishments for Big Boi. Although Antwan André Patton, also known worldwide as Big Boi, has been involved with kids …

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Public Relations Specialist Saptosa Foster Shares A Personal Story On Perserverance

    Spelman College hosted a College Arts and Entertainment Summit on Thursday October 27, 2016.  135 Street Agency managing partner Saptosa Foster shared a personal story on her perseverance as a public relations professional.  She also spoke on the importance on “Black Hollywood”.  The panel was moderated by Fonzworth Bently, …

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Hate In America Host Tony Harris Discusses Why You Should Watch Discovery ID

Emmy award winning host Tony Harris attended the “Hate In America” reception at the National Association of Black Journalist (NABJ) & National Association of Hispanic Journalist (NAHJ) convention in Washington D.C.  He spoke exclusively to Tall Boy about the show, some of the challenges he has faced and some of his …

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Essence Fest 2016 Backstage With Nephew Tommy & Prudential

Comedian & radio personality Thomas Miles aka Nephew Tommy gave us a backstage pass to the Prudential seminar with Pastor Terrance & Torsha Johnson, Rob Riley, & Chrisette Michelle.  Tommy spoke to us how on how he partnered with Prudential. Pastor Johnson gave tips on relationships and keeping a healthy …

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Network of Starrs Foundation “Make It Happen Program” Launches With PAL

  The non-profit  Network of Starrs Foundation Inc has officially launched the “Make It Happen” program.  A panel of entrepreneurs spoke to the 75 kids who are apart of the City of Atlanta Police Athletic League Summer Camp Program (PAL). Photojournalist & freelance photographer Jae Walker, Makeup artist Desires Vamai, dance …

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