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Profile: Izuuwa Victor Chidozie
Izuuwa Victor Chidozie

Izuuwa Victor Chidozie @Izugloballtd 

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2021-04-14 08:58:03
Izuuwa Victor Chidozie

Izuuwa Victor Chidozie @Izugloballtd 

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  The Last African Worldviews Session - Open Table Discussion.

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When: 2024-06-08 12:00:00: Saturday June 8, 2024 (12:00 PM - 3:00 PM) - EDT (America/New York)
Duration: 3 hours
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Online: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84428606485

Responses: 4 plan to attend · 0 maybe · 1 declined

The Last African Worldviews Session - Open Table Discussion.  - June 8, 2024
Open table discussion.

We look forward to hear your viewpoint.

Event Type: Community

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Hello everyone leading this message Please it's my humble request to you all, may you please help me with a little you have so that I can help my family #davido
Phiri Nathan is requesting 10,000 in donation.
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Podcast/radio Shows

"There's More to Being a Pharmacist Than You Think!"

In this series we will be conversing with professionals from different industries, discussing their journey on how they became 'The Professionals You Should Know.

Today we sat down with Abena Adjepong who is a Pharmacist. She sat with us to disclose her journey into healthcare, the common misconceptions and what a real working day looks like as a Community Pharmacist. It was such a pleasure to learn all that she has to share and we thank her for her time and honesty.

R3 Physiotherapy: There's More to Being a Pharmacist Than You Think!

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"Tell It Like It Is: My Story"

For the first time, legendary singer and songwriter Aaron Neville tells his personal story of overcoming poverty, racism, addiction, and loss through faith, family, and music. Aaron Neville’s first #1 hit, “Tell It Like it Is,” was released in 1966. In the mid-70s he formed the Neville Brothers with Art, Charles, and Cyril—now known as the “First Family of New Orleans”—and they released more than a dozen influential albums. Given his one-of-a-kind, soaring falsetto, Aaron was the breakout star, and over the next six decades, he had four platinum albums, three #1 songs, numerous film and television appearances, and was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2014. His triple-platinum duets with Linda Ronstadt (including the Grammy-Award-winning hit “I Don’t Know Much”) showcased the softer side of his voice, and the smoking hot funky soul of the Neville Brothers cemented his legacy as an R&B legend. But few people know the challenging and circuitous road Aaron took to fame. Born in a housing project in New Orleans of Black and Native American heritage, Aaron struggled as a teenage father working to raise a family while building his career as a musician, surviving a stint in jail for car theft and many years battling heroin addiction. ​Recognized by the dagger tattoo on his cheek and his St. Jude medallion earring, Neville credits St. Jude—the patron saint of lost cases—for turning his life around. He found healing and salvation in music. Aaron Neville is a man who by all accounts should not have made it. Tell It Like It Is shares his story for the first time.

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   How Well Do You Know Black Hollywood for 3 Trivia: More Like This

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"The Network Journal"

The African American Golfer’s Digest, a PGA of America Diverse Supplier and the nation’s leading print publication and online portal for avid Black American golfers.

The African American Golfer’s Digest launched in March 2003 and is headquartered in the Financial District of New York City. It is 100% minority-owned and operated and the first wholly woman-owned golf magazine in America specifically targeting the African American demographic in this capacity.

The 48-page, full color, quarterly enjoys a circulation of 20,000 and reaches 80,000 readers nationwide. Our exciting editorial focuses on news, tips, information, and activities in the ‘soulful’ world of golf, through travel features, destinations reviews, course, equipment, and product news, while capturing our reader’s attention with individual profiles of individuals who play the game of golf on all levels. Our signature designed travel programs include domestic and internationally hosted golf excursions and cruises.

The publication covers the very best of the golf lifestyle within this exciting niche market. Exclusive content showcases some of the most successful, talented and prolific personalities in the game who have devoted their life and passion to this sport brings full circle this ‘soulful’ world of golf: news, tips, course critiques, destination features, book reviews, international travel, fashion and interviews with professional trainers, educators, golf industry business owners, exceptional and ordinary golfers alike, is what sets this publication apart from any other golf magazine.

PGA_Diverse_Supplier_300x200The African American Golfer’s Digest is the essential guide to the very best in the ‘soulful’ world of golf and features unparalleled content with highlights driven across a full spectrum of activities enjoyed by golfers, from celebrity tournaments, national/regional championships, fundraiser outings, exotic golf trips, contests, and healthy living features. The magazine showcases all this with beautiful images, exclusive and insightful content that feature and embody the passion of the African American golfer.

The publication is independently owned and published is available by subscription only. At times several issues may be combined into a single edition. Its massive editorial appeal comes from a ‘grassroots’ approach and partnerships generated with more than 500 golf tournaments and events annually around the country with magazine shipments made by request only.

We engage our loyal readership with our signature travel programs by providing exciting trips around the nation–and around the world– to great golf courses that have included the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Augusta GolfFEST (held annually during the excitement of Masters Week in Augusta, GA), Martha’s Vineyard Golf Classic Getaway (annually), Friends & Family Golf Cruise to Alaska, Hawaii, Bermuda, Bahamas, Cuba (annually), Ghana (West Africa) Dubai, Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates), the Eastern and Western Caribbean, and other magnificent places.

The publication was selected as a “Top Business” by DiversityBusiness.com (2012-2016) for service. Awarded Best Sports Publishing Company 2017 – New York by Corporate America News (2015-2017)

The African American Golfer’s Digest is a great way to expand your brand and market base to reach a new audience. Our reader’s average annual household income is $150,000 and they participate in golf activities on a regular basis, with the disposable income to do so! Our niche demographic is a strong emerging market for your programs, products, and services.

Promotional, marketing, and advertising opportunities are available in the print edition and online along with customized product sampling at our numerous events, exhibiting at our showcase programs and a variety of business-to-consumer incentives. A consistent social media presence for the publication is at Facebook and Twitter.

The publication is a PGA of America Diverse Supplier and is registered with the National Minority Supplier Development Council with memberships that include the National Minority Business Council, United States Golf Association (USGA), International Association of Golf Tour Operations, National Golf Foundation, International Network of Golf (ING), and Metropolitan Golf Writers Association. To learn more about the publication visit AfricanAmericanGolfersDigest.com

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  In light of the fact that Racial Trauma in the forms of Transmitted Traumatic Stressors, Vicarious Traumatic Stressors, Direct Traumatic Stressors, Systemic Racism, and Individual Racism are all valid clinical stressors on the African community, DO YOU BELIEVE that African people should make it a priority to 1) Build monuments to memorialize and honor our ancestors while also asserting a true narrative of resistance and 2) Actively work to develop the framework, tools, and strategy to heal masses of African people across the diaspora?

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