Thursday, July 30 Who's Who In Black is collaborating in hosting a Black Excellence Virtual Mixer. The event which kicks off at 6 PM will feature fun, fellowship, and opportunities for professional advancement. You are strongly encouraged to RSVP as soon as possible because space is limited. Last month's mixer included more that 1,000 professionals and that number is expected to grow Thursday. Guests can either listen to music on the main stage, attend a break out session or engage in virtual networking by hitting the networking icon.
Thursday, MSNBC announced Joy Reid will anchor a new evening news program called "The ReidOut". The show is set to premiere weeknights at 7 PM beginning July 20. Reid is making history becoming the first Black woman to host a primetime cable news show. “I’m honored and thankful for this opportunity,” said Reid in a statement released by MSNBC. Reid, also a New York Times best-selling author, formerly hosted "AM Joy" also on MSNBC. Reid said, “I’ll always be proud of the work we did on ‘AM Joy’ by pushing
DETROIT – Who’s Who In Black, a Real Times Media subsidiary, announces a new initiative to build a dedicated online community of African American professionals. The new initiative recognizes the growing need to provide African American professionals of various backgrounds the opportunity to connect and grow. Furthermore, it represents a shift in the ethos of Who’s Who In Black (formerly Who’s Who Publishing). “In the past, only select markets could be a part of the network,” said Hiram E. Jackson, CEO of Real Times Media, “But we listened
Dear Network, During these trying times, we wanted to reach out to you to bring you a bit of good news. Just like you, we hunkered down at home to ensure that we kept our families and our communities safe amidst the COVID-19 crisis. Then, we watched in horror as our community witnessed yet another example of police brutality. Over the past few months, we have been saddened, afraid, horrified and angry. But we’ve also been inspired by the leadership and resiliency of our community to face two crises with bravery, creativity, and passion. We know that the African American community possess