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Links hosts Art Exhibit

The South Jersey Chapter of The Links, Incorporated hosted a free reception from on Saturday, January 28, 2017 at Rowan College at Gloucester County (RCGC) to celebrate the opening of "Can You Imagine Me" and unveil the recipient of The ...

Three tips to help you succeed in the New Year

I propose three things to do in the New Year that will help you create success in all areas of your life.

Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. Eta Chapter, Camden, NJ host scholarship luncheon

The National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. Eta Chapter, Camden, NJ recently hosted scholarship luncheon at Auletto’s Caterers in Deptford Township, NJ.

How Do I Get My Boyfriend to Leave the Streets Behind?

I can’t give you all the details, but let’s just say my boyfriend is doing something that makes a lot of money, but it’s illegal.

Diana Ross, Michael Jordan among 2016 Presidential Medal of Freedom recipients

President Barack Obama awarded the 2016 President Medal of Freedom to music legend Diana Ross sports legend Michael Jordan and 19 others for their contributions to their fields.

Burlington-Camden Kappas honor African American women achievers

The Burlington-Camden (NJ) Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., in conjunction with The Kappa Community Development Corporation recently hosted its 13th Annual Banquet Honoring African American Women of High Achievement.

Should I Be Worried about My Husband’s “Mancations” with his Best Friend?

I’ve been married for six years and I love my husband so much.

From homelessness to hairstylist — Early struggles spur beautician to success

Evalyn “Evie” Johnson has traveled the world to share the hair care techniques she’s honed over 20 years as a stylist.

NJ African American Leaders Honored at Awards Gala

More than 200 people attended South Jersey Journal’s 5th anniversary celebration and inaugural “People Making a Difference” awards dinner on September 24th at Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey.

Curator shares insight into new black history museum

The new Smithsonian National Museum of African-American History and Culture contains an exhibit that features slave cabins, one that curator and museum specialist Mary Elliott called powerful.

September events

September events

Fight for daughter reveals plight of unwed dads

Christopher Emanuel puts his heart into the role of do-it-all dad with his active, 2-year-old daughter, Skylar.

Community Day to be held at Cooper River Park

Camden County Council On Economic Opportunity, Inc., a private, non-profit agency celebrating its 50th anniversary, is hosting “Community Day” ― an event featuring a day of fun-filled activities for persons of all ages, live entertainment, a classic car showcase, and ...

African American Chamber of NJ hosts women’s summit

With Democratic contender Hillary Clinton poised to become the first woman president of the U.S., a thought provoking conference featuring several of the most powerful women of color in New Jersey was right on time, at the posh Mansion on ...

More African Americans seeking YouTube fame and fortune

Six college students cracking jokes and making beats turned into an internet phenomenon with over 900,000 subscribers and videos with over 3,000,00 views. The group of Atlanta comedians, known as Dormtainment, consists of Amanuel Richards, Jerome “Rome” Green, Mike Anthony, ...