Miss Certified Curves Competition @ Epic Building
Nov 13 @ 5:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Miss Certified Curves Competition @ Epic Building


Are you Curvy and Confident?

Do you Represent the woman with curves which stands for a body that is wrapped with confidence,  respect, self-worth, phenomenal beauty and fierce attitude.  Confidence is the NEW SEXY! Certified STYLEZ Boutique will host our 1st Annual MISS Certified Curves Model Competition. We are looking for females of sizes 12 and up  , all ethnicities and ages 18 and up. Ladies must pre-register online.

3 Looks

  1. ALL WHITE ATTIRE   (Provided by contestant)
  2. ALL BLACK ATTIRE   (Provided by contestant)
  3. ROCK YOUR CURVES LONG MAXI DRESS OF ANY STYLE (not required to be beaded or formal) provided by contestant
May 25 @ 4:18 pm – 5:18 pm

The Minority Mental Health Awareness Summit is a unique national event that focuses on the importance of cultural competence in mental health care and advocacy. The summit is open to the public and scheduled for July 13, 2017. Additional CEU credits are available through pre-summit training offered on July 12, 2017.

Bowling for St. Jude Children’s Hospital @ Plamor Lanes
Jun 3 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

IOTAS Bowling for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is a benefit to provide a donation to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The tournament consists of approximately twenty (20) four (4) man teams who compete for a myriad of prizes and each team costs $100 per team for entry ($25 for each team member).

Iota Phi Theta Fraternity (ΙΦΘ) Incorporated is a nationally incorporated, historically African-American, collegiate fraternity whose purpose is the development and perpetuation of Scholarship, Leadership, Citizenship, Fidelity and Brotherhood among Men.[3] It was founded on September 19, 1963 at Morgan State University (then Morgan State College) in Baltimore, Maryland. At present, it consists of over 70,000 members. There are currently over 300 undergraduate and alumni chapters, as well as colonies located in 40 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, The Bahamas, Colombia, South Korea, and Japan.

The fraternity holds membership in the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), an umbrella organization comprising nine international historically African-American Greek letter sororities and fraternities, and the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC). The Centaur magazine is the official publication of the Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. First published as a newsletter, the Centaur has evolved into a biannual magazine.

Since 2012, the fraternity has been supporting and raising funds for St. Jude, primarily through the annual St. Jude Run/Walk to End Childhood Cancer. Iota Teams were composed of members of the IOTA Family (Brothers, Sweethearts and our families and supporters) run/walk in unity in major cities across the nation on a single day, while raising funds throughout the year for St. Jude.

A portion of the proceeds from the IOTAS Bowling for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital benefit will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, founded in 1962, is a pediatric treatment and research facility focused on children’s catastrophic diseases. The hospital costs about $2 million a day to run and no family ever pays for their child to go to St. Jude.

For more information about the IOTAS Bowling for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Tournament contact Mark Collins at 256-457-0761 or by email at Go to for more information.

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Zuvaa Pop Up Shop Tour: BHAM @ Riverchase Galleria
Jun 3 @ 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Showing the South some love we’re headed to Birmingham, Alabama for the first time ever! We’ve curated a great selection of designers traveling from Africa to Canada just to showcase their new collections just in time for summer.

Shop beautiful African inspired items from the Zuvaa Marketplace ( The Zuvaa POP-UP shops are an opportunity for people around the world to experience beautiful high-quality African Inspired garments from talented designers around the world.


Legendary Saturdays
Jun 9 @ 8:00 pm
Feed The Soul @ The Purpose Center at Dannon
Jun 10 @ 8:00 pm – 12:00 am

The Dannon Project cordially invites your to Feed The Soul an All Black Affair. The Purpose Center will be transformed into an elegant lounge complete with Signature drinks, Southern Comfort food, a dessert bar, silent auction, DJ, and more. Monies raised will be used to support our reentry programs and services.

Chante Moore Live @ 1st & 23rd
Jun 15 @ 4:00 pm – Jun 16 @ 12:00 am

Hot 107.7 presents The AfterWorkAffair featuring Chante’ Moore Live at 1st & 23rd Bar & Lounge Thursday, June 15th. Also performing live it’s The Apollos Amatuer Night winner Mr. Clinton Babers, along with Sharron live. Hot 107.7’s own DJ Big Sweatt broadcasting live from 6pm til 10pm and also mixing live on the 1’s and 2’s. Happy Hour Drink Specials and the kitchen will be wide open late. Doors open at 4pm. Get your tickets early because it will sell out quickly. That’s Chante’ Moore live at 1st and 23rd Thursday Night, June 15th. Early tickets go on sale now. See you then.

Multiple Shades of Gray: Establishing & Maintaining Ethical Boundaries (BIR… @ Jefferson County Public Defender's Office
Jun 23 @ 8:30 am – 12:00 pm

Should I attend my client’s graduation?”, “Should I accept this gift from my client?”,“ How should I interact with my client on social media, or should I?” “ My Social Work Colleague is dating a minor, what should I do?” ” I’m attracted to my client, what should I do?”

Interesting topics makes interesting discussions! The NASW Code of Ethics exists to provide guidance in professional decision making & conduct, but what about the gray areas?! There are many gray areas within the social work practice. Ethical issues related to boundaries are amongst the most challenging topics within the social work profession. Establishing and maintaining boundaries is an important factor in sustaining ethical practice. Given the various roles played and the rate in which the profession is advancing, it is imperative that social workers not only establish but maintain professional and ethical boundaries. This will be an ethics workshop you won’t forget!

This fun and interactive workshop will:

  1. Identify the range of boundary issues in the Social Work Profession addressed by NASW Code of Ethics.
  2. Distinguish the difference between boundary crossings & boundary violations.
  3. Examine the gray areas in social work practice & discuss best practice strategies to help establish and maintain ethical boundaries.

This program is Approved by the National Association of Social Workers (Approval # 886738581-6826) for 3 continuing education contact hours in ethics.”

Quotes from past attendees: “The instructor is excellent & engaging.” “Great Workshop! Very Informative!”
About the Presenter: Terricka Hardy is a NASW Approved Presenter, appointed member of the NASW National Ethics Committee, Memphis VA Social Work Professional Standards Board member, and member of the NASW Professional Impairment Policy Committee. Terricka has worked with individuals from all walks of life such as chronically ill adults, individuals at high risk for suicide, children who have been abused and/or neglected, and adults in recovery from addiction to name a few. Currently, Terricka is employed with the Veteran Affairs Medical Center as the Local Recovery Coordinator where she serves as the subject matter expert for recovery, assists with recovery transformation, and staff training. She also serves as the Chair of the Mental Health Recovery and Rehabilitation Training committee and sits on a national mental health recovery training workgroup. Terricka has presented on local, regional, and national levels. Terricka was a presenter at the 2016 NASW National Conference held in Washington, D.C. Terricka is the author of the Self-Care A-Z Adult Coloring Book, available on Amazon at

The first 10 people to register (paid registration) will receive a FREE signed copy of The Self-Care A-Z Adult Coloring by Terricka Hardy! Early Bird rate is $50 and ends May 12th.

Parking Infomation:

Parking is available at the Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex (BJCC) for $8.00. The BJCC is located directly across the street from the Jefferson County Law Center. The Jefferson County Community Law Center is located in the Medical Forum Building. There is a catwalk that will lead you from the BJCC parking lot to the main lobby of the Medical Forum Building. The elevators are located on this level. Take the elevators to the 10th florr.

Alternative entrance to the building:

The Jefferson County Community Law Center is located in the Medical Forum Building on the 10th Floor (Suite 1000). Once you enter the building take the escalators to the 2nd floor. From the 2nd floor take the elevators to the 10th floor.

Refunds are not permited.

Birmingham’s Top Natural Models BOOK RELEASE @ Hayah Beauty
Jun 24 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Saturday, June 24 from 3 – 6 pm we will host AN EXCLUSIVE AFFAIR – the book release for Birmingham’s Top Natural Hair Models and a CELEBRATION OF TIMELESS, NATURAL BEAUTY.

the EXCLUSIVE event happens at the premiere natural hair salon in Birmingham, Hayah Beauty –> located at 2201 3rd Avenue North. They are our charter sponsor for this event.

Come mingle with other naturalistas while nibbling on some great appetizers.

Each guest receives ***EXCLUSIVE VIP SWAG*** … a bag filled with gift items from our sponsors. We can assure you, THIS WILL BE NICE!

See beautiful style inspiration as the TOP NATURAL HAIR MODELS show off the latest in natural hair styles and model timeless clothiing from The Walk In Closet. .

Celebrate your beautiful coils and sumputuous waves. Be YOU naturally and unapologetically.

Special thanks to All Shea Naturals team members and our sponsors:

I Love My Own Hair

The Walk In Closet

Originality 101

We look forward to seeing you Sat, June 24, but most importantly, we look forward CELEBRATING YOU. Space is limited. Reserve your seat TODAY>

The Diary of A Kween – ft NuExperiance & Angels of Soul @ Jazzy's
Jun 30 @ 7:30 pm – 11:30 pm

Kween is known for her Versatililty but most of all for the great production she displays. A genuine SOUL artist has hit the scene and is going to BLOW BIRMINGHAM AWAY! This southern bell holds nothing back when it comes to giving you your moneys worth! Be prepared to feel the blues as she serves it on a Silver Platter.

2017 Minority Mental Health Awareness Summit @ Birmingham CrossPlex
Jul 13 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

No More Martyrs, in partnership with the City of Birmingham, the Office of Mayor William Bell and the Birmingham City Council, is pleased to present the 2017 Minority Mental Health Awareness Summit in recognition of Minority Mental Health Awareness Month.

African-American, Latino, Asian, LGBT and Native American speakers have been invited to share their perspectives on what it means to provide culturally responsive care and services.

This special event will take place at the Birmingham CrossPlex on July 13, 2017 with pre-summit training available on July 12th.

About the Summit

The Minority Mental Health Awareness Summit is a unique national event that focuses on the importance of cultural competence in mental health care and advocacy. The summit is open to the public and scheduled for July 13, 2017. Additional CEU credits are available through pre-summit training offered on July 12, 2017.

Who Should Attend

This event focuses on collaborative conversations about improving quality of mental care and dismantling stigma for minority populations. Target audiences include licensed mental health counselors, university students with interest in mental health, non-profit professionals, social workers, nurses, educators, consumers (and loved ones), mental health advocates, community health organizers and religious leaders.

Mental Health First Aid

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training will be offered as a Pre-Summit Training on July 12, 2017. Youth Mental Health First Aid is an 8 hour public education program that teaches participants the risk factors and warning signs of a variety of mental health challenges common among adolescents.


Lois Herndon (National Alliance on Mental Illness – NAMI) and Julia Sanford, LICSW (St. Vincent’s East)

Click here for more information about Youth Mental Health First Aid

CEU Training

CEUs are available through Pre-Summit training scheduled for July 12, 2017 as well as for the Summit on July 13, 2017. To participate, please select one of the trainings listed below:
Cultural Competency Training

(Instructor: Asha Dickerson, PhD, LPC, NCC)

Click here for a full description – Dr. Asha Dickerson

Awareness and Connection Across Race in Clincial Encounters

(Instructor: Monnica Williams, PhD)

Click here for a full description – Dr. Monnica Williams

What to Expect

Please visit for the following information regarding the Minority Mental Health Awareness Summit:
•Summit Agenda
•Invited Speaker Bios
•Call for Programs
•Suggested Hotels


Contact No More Martyrs with questions: or 205-440-2837.

Jul 29 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

This is an event for all BLACKED OWNED BUSINESSES to come out and network with other owners throughout the city in your best formal attire. Some of the best businesses will be honored and a silent auction will take place supporting Girl Boss Lifestyle Mentoring non profit organization, helping young girls bring their dreams to a reality by becoming women entrepreneurs.

Alabama Black Expo @ North Hall
Aug 12 @ 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Alabama Black Expo was created with a simple mission in mind-to restore, revitalize and re-energize the African American community through the promotion of entrepreneurship coupled with personal growth and business development.


The Alabama Black Expo delivers Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, Artists, Spoken Word Performers, Dancers and all Talented and Skilled African Americans in Alabama and the surrounding states a powerful event to showcase themselves!

Alabama Black Expo seeks to encourage African Americans to follow their dreams, whatever they may be; and to inspire the belief that the capacity for success and greatness lies within oneself.
Alabama Black Expo has the support of Virginia College, Timeline Clothing, Lasting Look Photography, Next 2 Blow, BTL, Rocket City Pop-up, and Bella Grace Boutique to name a few. Alabama Black Expo has a growing fan base in Alabama, Tenneessee, Florida, Georgia, New York, California, Virginia and some parts of Europe as well as the Carribean.

The Alabama Black Expo Tour will be in Huntsville, AL, August 12, 2017 at the Von Braun Civic Center- North Hall.

Alabama Black Expo Features:

Live DJ
Alabama Black Expo Bags
Vendor Marketplace
Sponsorship Giveaways
Local Performances
Keynote Speakers
Fashion Show
Talent Showcase

and more!
What are my parking options at the event?
~Parking is available at the event in the parking garage which cost approx. $5-10.00.
What can I bring to the event?
~You can bring whatever you choose. Alabama Expo Bags will be provided.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
~Please send email to
Is my registration or ticket transferrable?
~No. The Alabama Black Expo passes are not transferrable.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
~Yes. We will also have a list of attendees at the gate. You are more than welcome to show your virtual ticket via app- you must also show ID if using virtual ticket.
What is the refund policy?
~All sales are final.


Reserve your space today at or call 256-929-5073 or 256-929-5812.

Magic City Steppers Stepping Lessons
Aug 15 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Magic City Steppers is for anyone interested in getting out and stepping or learning how to step. New Steppers are welcome and encouraged! We’re designed so you can get out, have fun, meet friends and perfect your dance! Admission is $10.00 per class or sign up for a month’s worth of classes for $35.00

Black Men in STEM Meetup @ Perfect Note
Aug 23 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm


Join Jackie Whitehead and ‘Alabama Kids Code’ for a night of informal talks, networking, food and music at the ‘Perfect Note’ in Hoover.

There is no cover charge, but each guest is asked to purchase one (1) item from the menu.

Everyone’s welcome – bring your cards and curiosity. Doors open at 6pm. See you there!

Beta Mu Nu Annual Golf Challenge by Lifting As We Climb Foundation @ City of Bessemer Frank House Golf Course
Aug 26 @ 8:30 am – 2:00 pm

On behalf of the Lifting as We Climb Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, the Beta Mu Nu Chapter of Omega Psi Phi, Fraternity, Inc. is requesting your support for our 2017 Beta Mu Nu “8 –vs– 80” Golf Challenge being held on August 26, 2017 at the Frank House Municipal Golf Course, in Bessemer, Alabama.

The Lifting as We Climb Foundation’s (LAWCF) goal for this event is to continue to shed an aspiring light within the community as we raise funds that benefit the foundation’s efforts to provide annual scholarships, school supplies, and charitable donations to families in need, as well as champion the causes of a multitude of other worthy entities through our “Health Initiatives” and Community Outreach campaigns.

Our efforts include financial and service contributions to the following groups and causes:

 The Salvation Army Alabaster Corps

 Black Rhinos of Alabama Mentoring Program

 American Heart Association

 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

 American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP Alabama Chapter)

 Habitat for Humanity

 Toys-for-Tots

 Community Blood Drives, Voter Registration Drives & Much More.

In order to make the 2017 Beta Mu Nu “8 –vs– 80” Golf Challenge the fund raising success for worthy causes it is intended to be, we are asking for organization to secure a $500.00 Sponsorship through monetary donations or in-kind services. Enclosed is the Registration Form for the event which details the Sponsorship Packages.

The Lifting as We Climb Foundation, 501c3 nonprofit, with assistance from the Men of the Beta Mu Nu Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. are committed to giving back to the community and we thank you and your organization for your continued efforts in servicing, supporting, and uplifting the community. We pray that we can continue to build a bridge from your organization to ours for years to come.


Chairman, Golf Tournament Committee

African Heritage Vegetarian Cooking Class @ Good Health To Be Hail Holistic Wellness and Cultural Learning Center
Aug 26 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

An African Heritage Vegetarian Cooking Class

You’re invited to explore and celebrate the healthy food traditions of the African Diaspora.

Eat the foods our African ancestors ate on a delicious plant-based diet that is high in flavor and naturally low in cholesterol, saturated fat, sugars, and excess sodium.

The ancestors of African Americans brought many wonderful food traditions to parts of the Caribbean, South America, and the southern states of the U.S. Maybe these were your great, great, great grandparents. Over the generations, many of these food traditions have been lost, with the influences of modern, American eating habits, and the health of African Americans has suffered because of this loss.

Join Chef Sandra Scott as she teaches, educates and empowers you to go on a journey back to your roots, with A Taste of Africa. Enjoy African dishes such as:

Jollof Rice

African Peanut Stew

Mango and Papaya After Chop

An Evening With Friends- Where Art Meets Soul @ UAB's Alys Stephens Center
Aug 26 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Please join us at
An Evening with Friends – Where Art Meets Soul
Saturday, August 26, 2017 6:00 – 10:00pm
UAB’s Alys Stephens Center
1200 Tenth Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35205
$75 Donor Benefits FMV $71 Tax deductible amount $4 Benefitting The Links Foundation, Inc.


Attire – Creative Cocktail
Men – Black tuxedo or dark suit with trendy tie, vest or colored shirt.
Women – formal or cocktail attire with unusual jewelry, fun shoes, and creative accessories.
Awards for best creative attire.

Special Guests and Performers

Artist Brenda Joysmith – World renowned for her artwork which has been featured in numerous television programs and feature films including The Cosby Show, A Different World, Amen, Lethal Weapon II, and The Preacher’s Wife. Her original pastel paintings are included in the collections of Maya Angelou, Oprah Winfrey, Roberta Flack, Joyce and John Mitchell, Carnetta and Norm Davis, and Gaynell and Elias Hendricks.

Guitarist and Recording Artist Eric Essix – When it comes to music, his primary goal is to dismantle past ideas and reinvent them, always including his southern roots as part of the dialogue. With Essix Move > Trio, this Alabama born and raised guitarist accomplishes that and more.

Honorary Chair – Patty McDonald – An arts advocate in the Birmingham area. Patty is known for her elegance and grace. She actively supports many performing arts organizations that embrace cultural diversity while creating a stage for all artists.

An Evening With Friends- Where Art Meets Soul @ UAB's Alys Stephens Center
Aug 26 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Please join us at
An Evening with Friends – Where Art Meets Soul
Saturday, August 26, 2017 6:00 – 10:00pm
UAB’s Alys Stephens Center
1200 Tenth Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35205
$75 Donor Benefits FMV $71 Tax deductible amount $4 Benefitting The Links Foundation, Inc.


Attire – Creative Cocktail
Men – Black tuxedo or dark suit with trendy tie, vest or colored shirt.
Women – formal or cocktail attire with unusual jewelry, fun shoes, and creative accessories.
Awards for best creative attire.
The Swain Event @ Johnny Ray's BBQ
Sep 1 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Jayson Swain Event will kick off the 2017 Tennessee Football Season on Friday September 1 starting 6:00pm at Johnny Ray’s BBQ. Swain has been the face and voice of the nationally recognized sports talk social media show. Swain’s voice on WVLZ 1180 AMhas informed listing viewers and opened the door for many candid sports conversations. He was raised in Huntsville, AL later attending the University of Tennessee as a student athlete (WR) in 2003. Upon arrival he became a contributor in an extremely talented receiving core. Swain finished his career at UT in 2006, then signing with the Chicago Bears. He is still sixth in receptions in UT history with 126 receptions. Swain will give our group an exclusive show for his home state of Alabama. He has insights because of his playing experience as to offensive strategies and game plans. Our audience will have the opportunity to get some perspective on a few of the many unanswered questions. MEALS ARE NOT FREE the price per meal is $12 which will only include non-alcoholic beverage, but beer will be available for purchase at discounted prices.

Poze Bazaar Charity Fashion Show feat. Multi-Platinum Artist Dawn Richard @ BJCC East Meeting Rooms (3rd Floor)
Sep 15 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Poze Bazaar Charity Fashion Show 2017

Where Fashion, Art, and Music Collide!!!

Special Guest Appearance and Performance by Dawn Richard, of Danity Kane and Diddy-Dirty Money!

You don’t want to miss this exclusive runway event!

Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Show starts at 7:00 p.m.

Poze Bazaar is a one-of-a-kind experience, blending the worlds of fashion, art, and music. Featuring local and regional designers and models, Poze Bazaar is producing an exclusive runway show, committed to serve as a collaboration for the industry that connects designers and models and creatives such as stylists, artists, beauty experts, and photographers to exhibit their collection in the most encouraging and professional atmosphere. Poze Bazaar will highlight the many facets of fashion commerce. Retail buyers, prospective consumers, press, entrepreneurs, socialites, promoters, and various media outlets will generate awareness, making Poze Bazaar a must-attend event for emerging and aspiring fashion industry professionals. Poze Bazaar is unprecedented in breaking the rules of tradition creating the next trend for fashion presentations of the next generation.

For more information, visit .



Power of A Sista’s Story – Birmingham @ Seasons 52
Sep 23 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Join us for an empowering experience with your sisters as they share their stories of triumph over adversity. You will leave inspired, ready to be and do all that God has called you to be. I am Kimberly Oden-Webster, certified John Maxwell coach and author and I want to motivate you to Keep It Moving (K.I.M.) in your own career, ministry, business, and personal life. Please RSVP today so that I can plan for you and connect with you.

The GOLD Standard @ Luxe Ultra Lounge
Oct 13 @ 10:00 pm – 4:00 am

For the past 5 years we have created and set a standard for the Miles college homcomng weekend, and this year we are takin it up a level!!!

Luxe Ultra Lounge is the spost and trust me it gets no better!!! upstairs/downstairs, valet parking, bigger sections and even more room!!! this event will sell out so please make your reservations and get your pre-sale tix because they will be gone before you know it! Doors open at ten and i have game tix to give away, $100 Luxe bottles for sale all night, and a special VIP lounge will be available!! Don’t wait til its too late! And did i mention DJ Dirty Vegas will be on Crowd Control?!?!? Dont wait any longer!!

Praiz N’ Da’ Houz XXI
Oct 27 all-day

All roads will lead to Birmingham, Alabama on Friday, Oct. 27 for Praiz N’ Da’ Houz XXI, featuring Dr. Prince Yelder and Disciples for Christ Music Ministry in concert.

Special guests from around the country will join Dr. Yelder and DFC in their celebration during Magic City Classicweekend. The award winning choir Rhythmic Sounds of New J. (Cincinnati, OH) will feature music from their recently released project, ‘In His Time.” The event will also include performances by Kendrick Fincher & Envoy, Marvin Pullom & FWD, Fred Ruffin & Levitical Priesthood and other special guest artists.

The concert will be held at All Nations Church, located at 4411 Lloyd Noland Pkwy, in Fairfield, AL. It will begin promptly at 7:21pm. There is no admission charge.

Follow @princethedrisin on Instagram and search the hashtag #PNDH21 for updates.

Praiz N’ Da’ Houz is an annual gospel concert during the largest historically black college classic in the United States, Magic City Classic weekend. The event draws packed crowds with past acts such as the Alabama A&M Gospel Choir, Cinque Cullar & Tribe of Judah, L. Spencer Smith & Testament, Donald Lawrence, the Clark Sisters and has quickly become one of the South’s most sought after events during the weekend. This year’s event is partnering with B. McCoy’s

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ALPHA PHI CHAPTER 2017 ACHIEVEMENT WEEK by Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc Alpha Phi Chapter @ George W. Carver High School
Nov 19 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

National Achievement Week is a mandated program of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., that was originally designed to promote the study of African American life and history. It’s beginnings date back to the 1920 Grand Conclave in Nashville. It was at this Conclave that Bro. Carter G. Woodson inspired the overall idea. In 1927, at his urging, the Fraternity made National Negro Achievement Week an annual observance. In 1976, this commemoration evolved into Black History Month. Presently, the Achievement Week Program is used to recognize those individuals at the local and national levels who have made significant contributions toward improving the quality of life for African Americans.

Black Beauty Supply Week HwAB #BBSW2018
Feb 2 @ 9:00 am – Feb 28 @ 9:00 pm

National Black Beauty Supply Week is a movement encouraging all to support the underminded industry of Black Beauty Suppliers. This week is sponsored by Nubian Link Up a company dedicated to provide more minorities with businesses nationwide. It will be filled with product giveaways, discounts and incentives. This is an event you dont want to miss. Black Beauty Supply Week will take place during Black History Month Februay 2018 so take

The Pledge by supporting the movement…… like and follow our social media platforms but most importantly SHARE so you and others can blitz a Black Beauty Supplier near by. Find out more details on either our Instagram page @BlackBeautySupplyWeekor our Facebook Page at BlackBeautySupplyWeek

If you fall under any of these catagories please connect with us via social media or our

website @

Black And Whites Unite For Civil Rights @ Kelly Ingram Park
Feb 4 @ 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm

In honor of Jesus’ prayer in John 17:20-23 we are partnering to intentionally unify the Body of Christ by connecting with other pastors and churches throughout the Birmingham area in an event we call “Blacks and Whites Unite for Civil Rights.” This will be a time of prayer followed by a visit to the Civil Rights Institute. Given the current racial climate in the U.S., we believe that the world needs to see Christians lead the charge in racial unity. We desire to have pastors and their churches of all ethnic backgrounds to come together for this display of unity, love, and prayer for our fellow man.

The time of prayer will be 2:30pm-3:15 pm. There will be an optional visit to the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute immediately following prayer. The institute will cost $10 at the door and that ticket is not associated with the FREE Registration Ticket for the prayer meeting. Our prayer meeting guests are not required to attend the institute. They are separate experiences.

ESPN/The Undefeated Presents Dear Athlete @ Sixth Avenue Baptist Church
Feb 7 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

ESPN/The Undefeated present “Dear Athlete,” a live taping featuring Jemele Hill, Anquan Bolden, host Cari Champion!

Be a part of ESPN/ The Undefeated’s live audience taping of its Black History Month special “Dear Athlete,” in Birmingham, Ala. on February 7, 2018. Doors will open at 11:45 AM and taping will begin at 1:00 PM.

This “Dear Athlete,” special is an ode to Martin Luther King. Jr.’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail”.

Now 50 years after Dr. King’s assassination some of sport’s most influential names – including journalist Jemele Hill, former NFL star Anquan Bolden, Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson, as well as icons of the civil-rights movement – will gather in Birmingham, Ala., cradle of the movement, to tape a Black History Month special, hosted by ESPN’s Cari Champion, featuring conversation about black athletes, sports and leadership.

Limited seating is available.

Sister Support Meet Up (Birmingham, Alabama) @ St John A.M.E. Church
Feb 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

No More Martyrs is a mental health awareness campaign that seeks to build a community of support for Black women. Please join us for our monthly Sister Support Meetup. Come out for encouragement from women sharing their stories. Learn recovery strategies for living successfully with mental health concerns and get connected to valuable resources and information.

This is a FREE event.

Thursday, February 15, 2018 6:00pm – 8:00pm St. John AME Church

Dinner will be provided. Please RSVP.

To share dietary restrictions or request child care, please email

*Sister Support Meetups take place at St. John AME on the 3rd Thursday of each month.*