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    MATC to Offer Free Summer Camps in Robotics for High School Girls and Health Care Career Exploration for High School Boys in Mid-June

    June 1, 2017

    MATC to Offer Free Summer Camps in Robotics for High School Girls and Health Care Career Exploration for High School Boys in Mid-June   MILWAUKEE (May 25, 2017) – Milwaukee Area Technical College will hold two free week-long summer camps for high school students 16 years of age and older in June at the Downtown… [Read More]


    March 28, 2017

    Thursday, April 6 Volunteering to sort and label food to feed the Milwaukee community.   Friday, April 7 | Step Show Members will pause for some fun at the Old School, AKA 83rd Regional Step Show.   Friday, April 7 | 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, April 8 | 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Schedule your appointment to… [Read More]

    PAID, federal internship programs for Spring/Summer 2017

    November 11, 2016

    Best beard trimmer Are you looking for a paid internship? Are you interested in working for the federal government? If the answer is yes, then The Washington Center has the perfect opportunity for you with the Federal Diversity Internship Initiative! This program offers a federal internship, free housing, a stipend, and professional development opportunities to… [Read More]

    “Millienniel Vote” and “Young Voters Prepare for Election”

    November 4, 2016

    Below are links to two very important stories for the presidential election — young voters.  Like women, they will be a determining factor.  If they come out in record numbers as they did for Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton should win.  If they don’t, Donald Trump has a good shot at being the nation’s next president…. [Read More]

    D.C., Nation Head to Polls Early

    November 4, 2016

    D.C., Nation Head to Polls Early   VOTE: Holly Gerberich, owner of a Washington advertising agency, jetted into the voting booths early at Malcolm X Elementary School in southeast Washington.  Gerberich, founder of Gerberich Growth Strategies, wanted to make sure she cast her vote and wasn’t going to let anything get in the way.  “I came… [Read More]

    Racial Climate at the U.S. Naval Academy

    October 28, 2016

    http://www.hunewsservice.com/news/view.php/1024869/Racial-climate-at-the-Naval-Academy Racial climate at the Naval Academy www.hunewsservice.com Everyday the men and women of the American armed forces risk their lives to fight for our freedoms.

    Young person’s reflections on her first visit to the Smithsonian National African American Museum of History

    October 28, 2016

    AAMUSEUM — Deja Lakin, 21, of Woodbridge, Md., reflects of her first trip to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.  It brought to life, she says, the stories that her grandparents told her when she was growing up.  DEJA LAKIN 580 words w/Art http://www.hunewsservice.com/news/view.php/1025041/A-Walk-Through-My-History?action=publish_post&id=1025041 A Walk Through My History www.hunewsservice.com The… [Read More]

    No Limit Records; A Family of Entrepreneurs

    October 21, 2016

    A Conversation with Hip Hop Impresarios By Montrose Waite, Howard University News Service Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images: Romeo Miller, second from left, and his father, Master P, far right, helped kick off the second season of “Growing Up Hip Hop” and talked about the challenges of creating, maintaining and growing a entertainment company. WASHINGTON, D.C. –… [Read More]

    Black Churches Being Pushed Out of Nation’s Capital

    October 21, 2016

    CHURCHES — Long-standing African-American churches are disappearing from the nation’s capital one at a time, like victims in an Agatha Christie murder mystery, the culprit – residential only parking.  As the city’s new, mostly white residents push for special neighborhood parking, they are inadvertently forcing churches out of the District of Columbia, city officials and church… [Read More]

    100 White Dresses hosts completion ceremony

    October 21, 2016

    On Sunday, October 9, 2016, 100 White Dresses held its completion ceremony at Destiny Plaza, 7220 N. 76th St. Twelve girls completed and were honored out of 110 participants. The organization’s founder, Regina Slocum-Mabra, was acknowledged by State Senator Lena Taylor for her work with the young women of our community. Keynoter Medical College of… [Read More]