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Sent to Advance: Oklahoma Baptists will focus on evangelism and discipleship at Advance Conference, March 4-5

The Baptist Messenger 22 Feb 2024
There will be breakout sessions for children’s ministry, youth ministry, discipleship, evangelism, African American Fellowship, women’s ministry, missions, Hispanic ministry, music ministry and church planting ... featuring St ... ....
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2024 Grammy winners list: Taylor Swift's record-breaking night was a cultural coronation

The National 05 Feb 2024
While Swift may have received most of the spotlight, there were other amazing moments, especially those focused on women in music ... Tyla won the first award directly honouring African music ... Epifanias – Susana BacaBest African Music Performance.
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Valentine’s Day events happening in the Tampa Bay area

Tampa Bay Times 05 Feb 2024
The 27th annual formal Valentine’s Day dance for women includes dancing to music by DJ Fabi, appetizers, sweets, a silent auction and photos ... Groove to the beats of African and Caribbean music. $10, women free before midnight.
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Lake Worth Beach's MLK commemoration is now a 4-day extravaganza, but what is its future?

The Palm Beach Post 12 Jan 2024
A sign at Bryant Park marks the approximate area where African-American couple Samuel and Fannie James lived and worked starting in 1885 ... A musical theatre presentation, "Unbought and Unbossed," will recognize the lives of two African-American women.
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Martin Luther King Jr. Day: A city-by-city look at weekend events in Palm Beach County

The Palm Beach Post 12 Jan 2024
The outdoor, family-friendly event will feature music, history, education, food trucks, children's activities and a non-profit showcase ... A musical theatre presentation, Unbought and Unbossed, will recognize the lives of two African American women.
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Brattleboro Women’s Chorus offers virtual workshop

Brattleboro Reformer 10 Jan 2024
BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Women’s Chorus will be singing music from the African diaspora this spring ... The African ...
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Singer Zahara, South Africa’s Afro-soul sensation and beloved ‘Country Girl,’ dies aged 36

The Grio 13 Dec 2023
... an icon of South African music ... Zahara won 17 South African music awards, was also recognized in Nigeria and was included on a list of the 100 most influential women in the world in 2020 by the BBC.
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Zahara, South Africa's Afro-soul sensation and famous Country Girl, dies at 36

Hindustan Times 13 Dec 2023
... an icon of South African music ... Zahara won 17 South African music awards, was also recognized in Nigeria and was included on a list of the 100 most influential women in the world in 2020 by the BBC.
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Singer Zahara, South Africa's Afro-soul sensation, dies

The News-Enterprise 13 Dec 2023
... an icon of South African music ... Zahara won 17 South African music awards, was also recognized in Nigeria and was included on a list of the 100 most influential women in the world in 2020 by the BBC.
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South Africa's Afro-soul sensation dies at 36

Dispatch Argus 13 Dec 2023
... an icon of South African music ... Zahara won 17 South African music awards, was also recognized in Nigeria and was included on a list of the 100 most influential women in the world in 2020 by the BBC.
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Singer Zahara, South Africa's Afro-soul sensation and beloved 'Country Girl,' dies aged 36

North Shore News 12 Dec 2023
... an icon of South African music ... Zahara won 17 South African music awards, was also recognized in Nigeria and was included on a list of the 100 most influential women in the world in 2020 by the BBC.
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South African singer Zahara dies at 36

9news 12 Dec 2023
Zahara won 17 South African music awards and was included on a list of the 100 most influential women in the world in 2020 by the BBC ... .
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Yemi Alade speaks about creating AFCON anthem alongside African Music Royalty

This Day 09 Dec 2023
Continuing on her hopes for African football especially for women, she said that, “I believe that the whole world will be watching their favorite countries at the AFCON supporting their national team.
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GRAMMY Museum® Grant Program Awards $200,000 for Music Research and Sound Preservation

Enid News & Eagle 28 Nov 2023
By digitizing the master tapes of her solo recordings and her record label catalog, this project corrects the erasure of African American women's contributions, highlighting their vital role in shaping music history.
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