Collage Group Reveals Top Ads Resonating Among Black Consumers Aged 18 to 42

Collage Group Reveals Top Ads Resonating Among Black Consumers Aged 18 to 42 *February is Black History month and Collage Group is releasing new consumer research throughout the month in celebration of Black American culture. Here’s some of the fascinating findings: Revealed: Top Ads Resonating Among Younger Black Consumers Cultural Intelligence company, Collage Group, explains


‘ULMII’ National Talent Competition Adds Cash Prizes to its Winners’ Package in 2023

ULMII Entertainment Conference dance winner Tiarah Williams from Washington, DC with her ULMII Best Dancer Award. *Starting in 2023 the “Uplifting Minds II” Entertainment Conference will include cash prizes, along with its “Best Artist” Award to the winners of its national talent competition. The ULMII talent competition winners’ package also includes over $17,000 valued in


Congresswoman Maxine Waters and Other Elected Officials Show Support for Compton NAACP Branch | PHOTOs

Paulette Simpson-Gipson and Judge Kelvin Filer (Photo Credit:  Marilyn Smith) *On Saturday, January 28, at the Aeronautical Museum hanger inside the Compton/Woodley Airport in Compton CA, Harold Melvin’s “Wake Up Everybody” hung in the air, as more than 100 people filed in to see the swearing-in of the newest officers and Executive Committee members of