Day: March 10, 2019

Black History

Golf Prodigy Shyla C. Brown set for Hall of Fame

By Tiffany Pippins, African-American Golf Digest You can find her on IG (that’s Instagram for us older-generation folks who may not know) under her account “Shylagolfer.” She stands at a height of 5-feet-1 inch and is currently in the 5th grade. Off the course, Shyla Brown is a quintessential 10-year-old who enjoys Minecraft, science experiments, […]readmore

Black History

Noted Journalist Bonnie Newman Davis Shares Thoughts for Our Time

  This month observes Women’s History and Black Journalism   For us, there’s no better example of someone who combines both celebrations as Bonnie Newman Davis, a respected journalist, entrepreneur and community advocate who is making history. Ms. Davis has successfully combined her creative gifts with her passion to mentor, motivate and train succeeding generations.  Her educational-based business, BND Institute […]readmore


Ancestral Calling

The artwork of Yaritja Young, a law woman of the Amata community in South Australia, will be exhibited along with other celebrated Aboriginal women artists at the Olsen Gruin Gallery (, 30 Orchard St. in Manhattan through April 14. Yaritja paints the rock holes and landmarks of her country, entwined with icons and traditional marks that […]readmore


A Note from Green Diamond

GLORY: A Life Among Legends is the compassionate memoir of Dr. Glory Van Scott, the renowned dancer and producer. And something more, says Melony McGant, a friend and fan of the artist, who beleives the book “a treasure trove of historic and personal photographs offering the reader glimpses of the passions of a generation in […]readmore



The Network Journal, an award-winning business magazine for African-American professionals, corporate executives and business owners, announces its 2019 list of the 25 Most Influential Black Women in Business. “The women we honor in the 21st year of the awards span occupations, industries and expertise, and they share the same traits when it comes to their […]readmore