Children’s books tend to be cherished for years to come. And a new
children's book author Sandra L. Richards has written a book that will
surely be loved. A 2005 Network Journal honoree, Richards spoke to TNJ.com recently about the food and diversity aspects in children’s publishing.
Nearly 50 years ago Dr. Barbara Ann Teer founded one of the country’s
premier performance spaces for Black Actors, the National Black Theatre
(NBT) in Harlem, New York. Now Sade Lythcott and a young team of
executives and creatives are leading the theater into the next year.
African American businesswomen and bosses-in-the-making will relish 50
Billion Dollar Boss: African-American Women Sharing Stories of Success in Entrepreneurship and Leadership. Written by Kathey Porter and Andrea Hoffman, the
book serves as a veritable resource for women on the road headed towards
entrepreneurship. Here, we speak with the authors.
Models bedecked in fluorescent orange and yellow stood in line as
designer Jurjis Jarvis altered their gowns and tresses. Jarvis’
Spring/Summer 2017 presentation contrasted with the pale, white walls in
Caelum Gallery, created an eloquent, yet eccentric theme.
From Sandra L. Richards, Executive Director, Head of Diverse and
Multicultural Marketing, Wealth Management at Morgan Stanley, comes
debut picture book "Rice & Rocks." Released this week, the book is intended to teach children the value of their heritage and the importance of cultural diversity.