From the Desk of Robert "Bob" Ingram, Publisher, Uptown Professional Magazine: Happy 10th Anniversary BMORENEWS.com
"Doni Glover and BmoreNews have been a staple source of uncut and unfiltered information and news here in Baltimore for sometime now. Doni is truly one of our City's young, bright shining lights and we are all the better for his civic pride, engagement and participation.
Thank you, Doni!"
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Happy 10th Anniversary,
BMORENEWS.com to Celebrate 10th Anniversary of “the news before the news”
In ten years of business, the website has had a particular focus on the largest African American demographics in the DMV (Washington, D.C.-Maryland-Virginia) – including Baltimore City, Northwest Baltimore County, Washington, D.C., and Prince George’s County – the wealthiest jurisdiction in the country for African Americans.
BMORENEWS, according to Glover, has five target areas: *business; *politics; *ex-offender services; *affordable housing; and *universal access to health care.
Glover, also a TV political analyst and news talk show host on Radio One's WOLB 1010 AM for the past 13 years, said, “Interestingly, Pres. Barack Obama has begun to address every bullet item on our list since his tenure as president.” Read in Full >>
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Doni Glover Reporting from United Nations, NYC, 6.15.12 :: BMORENEWS Hosts Global Forum on Women's Empowerment
Sponsored by the Foundation for the Support of the United Nations. Special Thanks to Associated Black Charities "More in the Middle" www.abc-md.org
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, Brenda Lane-Oliver - Author of "Stand Up and Be Counted Now" Read in Full >>
Marsha Woodland, Author/Motivational Speaker, to be Honored at BMORENEWS Global Forum on Women's Empowerment :: 6.15.12
WHO IS MARSHA WOODLAND?
Marsha Woodland is an established professional and Peer Consultant working with the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the National Center for Trauma Informed Care (NCTIC); she has been abstinent from drugs for 15 years and on the road to unimaginable accomplishments.
Marsha is a trauma survivor who uses her lived experiences to encourage, educate and empower women all over the United States. She has 15 years of recovery & restoration from addiction and bondage; as well as an extensive trauma history, with training and education that reinforces her commitment to trauma informed practices & alternatives to seclusions and restraints. Read in Full >>
Dr. Dolores Garcia-Blocker to be Recognized at June 15th BMORENEWS Global Forum on Women's Empowerment
: During Dr. Garcia-Blocker’s tenure at the Cooperative Arts & Humanities High School, she led a process to change the school’s culture by demanding excellence for and from everyone. At the end of Dr. Garcia-Blocker’s fourth year as principal, the US News and World Report in 2008 listed Cooperative Arts & Humanities High School as one of the best high schools in the United States. This recognition was given the following year as well. Additionally, Dr. Garcia-Blocker was twice recognized for closing the achievement gap at the school. Read in Full >>
Shontel D. Hightower to be Honored at BMORENEWS Global Forum on Women's Empowerment
The lasting lesson she learned from the tough times was that God is in control no matter what she has been through or will go through in life. If she truly submitted her life to Christ, she can experience life again and have joyous times continually.
As an author, performance artist, dancer, screenwriter, entrepreneur, creative force, and an energetic and tantalizing speaker, Shontel is dedicated to helping others overcome their struggles, hardships, and problems. Read in Full >>
Entertainment Journalist Kam Williams to be Honored at BMORENEWS Global Forum on Women’s Empowerment at United Nations
According to BMORENEWS publisher Doni Glover, "For the uninitiated, Kam Williams is - by far - the finest in the country at what he does." He added, "Nobody writes more consistently and with more preparation than does he. He happens to be African American, but as for entertainment journalism, Kam is world-class. His contribution to the world of media in America and beyond is absolutely priceless. The way he brings the story out is like no other. And even more, Kam's interviewed every black star in the industry - just about!" Read in Full >>
Doni Glover: *Business *Media *Politics
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Janet C. Salazar: International Women’s Day 2012
: March 8 is International Women’s Day!
And what better way to celebrate than participating and joining other women from across the globe at a very powerful women’s forum at the UN, “The Role of Business in Empowering Women”.
This year marks the third occasion that the U.S. Chamber’s Business Civic Leadership Center and the United Nations Office for Partnerships
have convened great minds to focus on global development’s opportunities, challenges, and collaborations. Read in Full >>
Op/Ed: Janet Salazar on “Black Publishers and Media Executives Forum on Africa”
Bob is one of the best emcees I’ve known - very passionate and efficient. I was also honored to co-host the event with Aziz Gueye Adetimirin, Publisher of The Network Journal and who has now become a very good friend.
I was delighted and honored to meet great people who graced the launching — South Africa’s Political Consul, Gugulethru Gingqi, Debert Cook, Publisher of the African-American Golfer’s Digest, Marsha Jews, Host and Executive Producer of “Keep it Moving with Marsha Jews”, and another new friend, Doni Glover, Founder of Bmorenews.com and host of the “Doni Glover Show”. I’ve met so many others who were all passionate about creating a dialogue highlighting common issues around all of the African nations, and a platform where issues, challenges and concerns could safely and openly be discussed. Read in Full >>
The Glover Report: BMORENEWS Publisher Attends Black Publishers & Media Executives Global Forum on Africa at United Nations
: Salazar, who is also the Permanent UN Representative for the Foundation for the Support of the United Nations, helped facilitate Bob Ingram’s vision. She said, “I think the reason I said yes right away is because I realized that Bob is going to start a legacy. I said to him, I share your vision and am wholeheartedly supporting your efforts. Clearly, with the UN as a backdrop, this global initiative’s impact is wider and even more phenomenal. Not a lot of people, especially in America, are very knowledgeable about what the UN does internationally. Also, a lot of politicians are against funding the UN. We want people to know that this is the only global organization that can organize 193 nations in one place.” Read in Full >>
Robert Ingram, Publisher of Uptown Professional Mag, at United Nations
Black media meets African diplomats in New York City to discuss the state of Africa Read in Full >>