Bart Cooper Purple Art Exhibit Opens @ Allentown Artswalk (Awesome! Fest 18

GZ PICTURES: Lehigh Valley AWESOME! Fest launchesBart Cooper Purple Exhibit LVBart Cooper Purple Exhibit LV L.A. Artist Bart Cooper Exhibits The PURPLE SERIES @LV AWESOME Fest! (ARTSWALK) from iman trek on Vimeo. "I've done some research, and found out that the color Purple used to be only worn by Royalty. It was just as expensive to make gold."- Bart Cooper. Now everyone can enjoy the Magic of Purple. #ArtsWalk pop up exhibit by L.A. artist Bart Cooper, Who got his start in the Lehigh Valley. This Event started at 7pm rain or shine 7/5 in Allentown’s Downtown Arts Walk. Proceeds benefitted sports, health and education for the youth. (See you at the gallery or at Queen City Barbecue, we will have LIVE music, drink specials. This Event was hosted by Tracy Lynn of PBS39 WLVT.)

Are Valley Democrats @War With Themselves Or Black Leadership?

Ed Hozza Jr Whitehall Mayor speaks on his hopes for the future of the Democratic Party. He has just been elected Democratic Committe Chair, replacing Walter Felton, who is the first black elected Chair. Kathy Harrington also gives inspiring words about the vibrance of new blood on the committee. She also won her campaign to be the new 1st Vice Chair. Other winners are 2nd Vice Chair - John Schreiner Secretary - Eileen Aguilera Treasurer - Danielle Shackelford Hillary Kleinz Here all I have to say- I will first congratulate all the winners last night for the Lehigh Dems Reorg on to the next 4 years getting Democrats at all levels elected. And let me say in advance if able to vote I would have voted for most of the winners. And my statement below is not meant to criticize them in any way, but shed some light of some of the corrupt practices from the outgoing folks that I’ve had to stand up against for the past 4 years here. I was was glad to see so many new faces in that room las…

Anger Erupts @ Democratic Committee Event After Hillary's Credentials Are Denied?

Tempers flared at the 2018 Legigh County Democratic Committee voting session at the Main Gate Nightclub. Hillary Klienz, longtime member of the East Penn Democratic Committee, was apparently told that she could not receive her voting credentials for upcoming vote. These committee positions will held for the next four years, and many people felt that the process needs revamping. An unnamed Hillary supporter was visibly, upset by the decision as he ranted by Hillary's side. "She is on the ballot, give her credentials!", words of supporter who denied a post rant interview. This night was full of altercations, and exceptions to voting process's execution. This years committee ballot was headed by John Karoly, and the vote replaced Mr Walter Felton, first black president. The local tv station WFMZ was not present Because they sais that they dont cover events like that. However the so called Morning Call reporter was there, and magically didn't see any altercations …

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Fabolous Concert Called A Riot Days After Super Bowl Fans Ravage Philly. Double Standard?

Hip Hop in Our Community The 2017 Nielsen Music Report states -
“R&B/Hip-Hop became music’s most-consumed genre in July of 2017 and held the position for the rest of the year. Also, nine of the top 10 most streamed artists were R&B/Hip-Hop artists including Lil Uzi Vert, Post Malone, Kendrick Lamar, and Migos, each of
whom saw streams in excess of 800 million for their respective singles. ABCNews on February 24, 2018, reported
that Hip Hop “now generates more than $10 billion per year and has moved beyond its musical roots, transforming into a dominant and increasingly lucrative lifestyle.” What was birthed as a form of self-expression,
has grown from an art form into a multi-billion dollar global industry. What does that mean for our community? How does that impact our community? On Tuesday, April 3rd, 6:16 @Allentown Library, the NAACP Allentown Unit will explore Hip Hop Culture and what it means to our residents. ~Cheryl Johnson Watts
POWER Northeast in partnership with Make the Road, ACLU, and SEIU Healthcare, is hosting an 
Allentown Mayoral Candidate Forum. This FREE event will give residents the opportunity to hear candidates address issues directly impacting Allentown.

In today's chaotic political climate, it's easy to forget that our mayors have MORE impact on our daily lives than the federal government. 
NOW IS THE TIME to hear, first hand, candidates' priorities and vision for the future of Allentown.

This is the only candidate forum happening in the heart of Allentown, accessible to the full range of the diverse communities who will be most effected by the decisions of our future mayor.

All candidates have been invited to participate.

Confirmed candidates include:
Siobhan "Sam" Bennett
Luiz Garcia
David Jones
Ray O'Connell
Joshua Siegel
Charlie Thiel

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African American Business Leaders Council's Mixer Series Continues For March And April (@Sugar Hill Jazz Club & Edge)