The internationally recognized All-Steinway School, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, was the venue for a magnificent piano concert to benefit Cheyney University, the oldest of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) […]
Pleasant Gathering, an organization from Enugu, Nigeria dedicated to transforming the lives of Nigerian youth and women, presented a Parallel Event at the March 2016 United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW60). The event held at the UN Church Center in New York City, was held in collaboration with the Panamerican-Panafrican Association, […]
After almost 20 years, the 1997 Black History Month Message by BHM Founder Robert S. Pritchard still resonates today, and it is reprinted this February 2016 because Human dignity does still weep for an advocate.
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Joining a distinguished roster of speakers, including Ambassador Amina Salum Ali of the African Union to the United States, Mr. Awadhi Zuberi Athumani, President of Tanzania’s Urban and Rural Engineering Services LTD applauded WETATI Founder, Margaret Dureke, and the organizers of the WETATI 4th International Women’s Convention during their Town Hall Forum kickoff at the […]
“There are no shortcuts to realizing gender equality and the human rights of women and girls, and everyone must work to bring about transformation within their families, societies, economies, and political and public spaces,” stated UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka during the 59th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women.
The Washington International Piano Artists Competition and the Panamerican-Panafrican Association, Inc. are pleased to announce that for a second year, an award will be given to a winner of the Annual WIPAC competition in honor of pianist, Robert Starling Pritchard. The Competition will take place in July 2015. WIPAC has created a major cultural event […]
Kickstarter Campaign funds a startling account of the life and crimes of the Nazi officer who continued to operate as a public figure even after the Second World War
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – (June 18, 2013) – In the 1940s, Klaus Barbie was a mid-level Nazi […]
Shina Reaches Out “Across the Seas” to Cooperate with New Zealand Women’s Refuge
Shina, Inc., a Hyattsville, Maryland based organization, hosted representatives of the New Zealand Women’s Refuge, during a round table presentation held at the Good Samaritan Lutheran Church in Lanham, MD on the subject of effective ways to address domestic violence. In […]
If ever there was a confirmation that violence against women is not confined to a particular culture, nationality, ethnic group or socio-economic status, it was during the side-event presentation of the Hyattsville-based Shina, Inc. and the Panamerican-Panafrican Association, Inc. (the PaPa) during the United Nations 57th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women […]
Historic 1962 LP is the First Ever Commercially Issued Recording Featuring the Performance by an African-American Virtuoso Concert Pianist and Recording Artist.
Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, the not-for-profit record label and audio archive of the U.S. national museum, is making available to music listeners the world over, what we believe is the first ever commercially-issued recording […]
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