The Black Professionals News – October 2011 Edition

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Greetings, Hope all is well, I am enclosing the October  edition of The Black Professionals News.  Click here to read the newspaper
We are also featuring Special  Community Events that may be of interest.
In This Edition you will find information about:
– October Gallery Art Expo
– The Black Professionals Holiday Party
– Power Networking Event featuring Mr. George Fraser  and much more…
– NAACP Annual Dinner
– 4th Annual Walk to End Domestic Violence
I hope you find it informative, if not you can unsubscribe by clicking the link below.
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Our next edition is October 12th, to celebrate October Gallery Art Expo Week (October 11th – 16th in Mt Airy, Philadelphia)  We will publish a special Arts, Entertainment and Small  Business Edition and we are encouraging all small  businesses to advertise in advance of the Holiday Season.
Many consumers want to support small businesses, they just don’t know where or who  they are.  Put your business in front of 10,000 consumers in October by advertising in The Black Professionals News.You can view the following stories and ads  in our October Edition.
Philadelphia OIC is hosting their 2011 Legacy Gala celebrating 47 years of helping people help themselves. The wonderful event is Saturday, October 8th 6-10 pm at the
Pennsylvania Convention Center (12th and Arch Philadelphia, PA)
– Dinner and  Awards Presentation honoring Ahmeenah Young President and CEO of the Pennsylvania Convention Center Authority & Seth Williams  District Attorney, City of Philadelphia
– Live entertainment by Walter Bell, Jazz Flutist
– Tickets $ 100.00 rsvp Bob Nelson 215-236-7700
The African American Museum 6th and Arch Philadelphia & The Literary Cafe present  Charles Ogletree, Thursday, October 13th, 2011 6:00 – 8:00 pm (free admission).  Join us for this Discussion and Book Signing as Charles Ogletree, Harvard Law School Jesse Climenko, Professor of Law and Director of the Criminal Justice Institute discusses his recently published book, “The Presumption of Guilt: The Arrest of Henry Louis Gates and Race, Class and Crime in America.  email rsvp
The City of Philadelphia  is hosting Minority Enterprise Development Week
( MED Week ) October 6th-8th.
This is an opportunity for networking, professional and business
development for the diverse business community.
There are free  workshops on Oct 6th  and a special MED week
awards dinner featuring Dr. Randal Pinckett, from the hit TV show The
Apprentice on October 7th.  Tickets are still available.
MED WEEK awards dinner information :
– 1st Annual Bilal A. Qayyum MED Week Legacy Awardee
Mr. Kenneth Gamble, Founder and Chairman of Universal Companies
– Retail Awardee. Mr. Stephen Yau and Andrew Lam, Square on Square Restaurant
– Personal & Professional Service Awardees,  Dr. Keith Leaphart, Replica Creative
Mr. Charlie Humphrey, Global Arena,
– Green Awardee,  Mr. An H. Truong, Greendog Recycling Inc.
– New Horizon Awardee,  Mr. Brandon Davis and Kriston Johnson, American Dreaming Magazine
The week culminates October 8th with a special. Super Saturday Power Networking Event @ the Enterprise Center, 4548 Market St. 11 am – 8.30 p.m. Presented by Earl Harvey and Wanda Davis,  featuring Mr. George Fraser, the most sought after motivational speaker on the subject of networking and relationship building. He is the CEO of FraserNet, the world’s No. 1 networking organization for black professionals and the Power Networking Conference.
You are invited to attend a special networking presentation by Mr. Fraser,
free workshops and business card exchange presented by EweNique Productions
and The Black Professionals News and hosted by the Philadelphia Chapter of
100 Black Men National Mentoring Association, City of Philadelphia, Michael Rice, Kemlon Marketing, Lambert Worldwide, The Philadelphia Tribune, WURD Radio, Significant Business Results, LadyBug Marketing, Constant Contact,
Public Power, Chef Kahlil, The Enterprise Center, Sam’s Connection, and more.
Go to:   to register, vending tables are available.
Free admission call Earl  Harvey 267-244-3860 email
– Come out to Sunday Brunch this and every Sunday @ Philly’s Platinum Grille 7719 Crittenden St. @ Mermaid Lane in Chestnut Hill featuring:
delicious chicken and waffles, shrimp and grits , fish and grits, fluffy omelettes
and more. 215-247-2312 noon – 4 p.m.
– Come out to Sunday Brunch this and every Sunday @ Champagne Cafe, 21 E Chelten Ave, 19144 ( Gtn & Chelten).
Doors open at 12 noon and Brunch is

Mizz Thang Presents: Roc the Mic Thursdays: Live Entertainment featuring The Ryte Tyme Players featuring Damon Keith Williams,  Doors open at 8pm,$5.00
10pm@ Big Bang’s, 1433 Arch St. Rock The Mic Thursday’s is  for The Grown & Sexy, This & Every Thursdays , Contact Mizz Thang at 646.345.7646 or
served until 3pm for only $13.95. For more contact 215.849.7366.
Check out these these events of interest:
– Listen to WURD Philly’s Only Black Talk Radio  featuring Bill Anderson, Fatima Ali, Al Butler, Rev. Al Sharpton, Sara Lomax-Reese and More.
-Germantown High School, class of 1976 will be celebrating their 35th class reunion at the Crown Plaza, City Line Avenue on Saturday November 26, 2011. The reunion celebration will begin at 6:00pm. Contact  Marcia Willis   267-974-8444
-United Way Community Calendar of Events
-You can also list your events here for free
– Need a new or redesigned website??? email for a free quote. Check out for a sample of our work.
– For a complete list of events and opportunities visit my website events section compiled by Ms. Cheryle Lee or click the enclosed links
Thank You for your continued support of The Black Professionals NewsEarl D. Harvey, Publisher

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