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Replay of her interview with Nate Parker of Red Tails
Services set for Atty. Raymond L. Johnson Jan 12 at Holman in Los Angeles
Remembering Dr. Ben.
‘Golden Voice’ Ted Williams Receives New Job Offer
Red Tails Discussion:
Tech Suggestions by Hamilton and Hannibal
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Guests: Hannibal Tabu, writer, Internet Gadfly, editor co owner www.Komplicated.com
Leroy Hamilton: Photography by Hamilton www.photographybyhamilton.tumblr.com
Opera Browser for Black Berry, iPhone, Various Platforms. (Get it from the app store)
Siri (iPhone) – Digital Personal Assistants
Vlingo (Android) may not work on all devices
Apple Operating system: ios4.2 (up to IOS 5 now with apple system upgrade)
Eye Fi Card
New Trent Charger Battery Pack
Online Photo Albums:
Mac BookPro – Laptop
Photo Gene (modfies camera settings)
Flash (Leroy’s site) but it is ok for Androids
NASA App Kid Friendly
X Shot (Samy’s Camera) mono pod for iPhone
Joo Joo Linux Tablet
Vest Tax spin
RF Link: To get vbale in other rooms
Family of Atty. Raymond L. Johnson, Sr., Tuskegee Airman and NAACP leader
Also, the family of Geraldine Washington. Her services are Jan. 14
On Newt, Blacks and Food Stamps
For Immediate Release
December 28, 2011
The Los Angeles Press Club To Host Panel Discussion
To Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday
LOS ANGELES—Having recently elected Dr. Gloria Zuurveen, Founder/Owner and Publisher of PACE NEWS, as the first African American woman to its Board of Directors, the Los Angeles Press Club, located at 4773 Hollywood Boulevard, LA, CA, 90027 on Thursday, January 12, 2012 at 7:00pm, will host an informational and educational panel discussion to ponder the question:
“What if the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Had Tweeted the Social Movement?”
An illustrious and distinguished list of panelists include: Former U.S. Congresswoman, Diane Watson; Robert Farrell, Former Los Angeles City Councilman and a Freedom Rider; Rev. William Smart, Chairman of the Board, SCLC-LA and a Union Organizer; Charlene Muhammad, Journalist and Blogger; and Jasmine Cannick, Journalist and Blogger. The discussion will be moderated by Author/Columnist/Scholar, Dr. Anthony Asadullah Samad.
All the happenings with the social media in our world today, such as occupy Wall Street and Main Street, to effect social change, it leaves one to wonder what would the late great oratorical genius Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who changed the world with his prophetic voice of non-violence, think about what is going on today with the new phenomenal of social media.
It is for this reason that the Los Angeles Press Club thought it befitting to hold this critical discussion, especially during the week of Dr. King’s birthday, when so many people all over the world will be focused on the life and legacy he left us to reflect on.
Admission and parking is free and refreshments will be served. To RVSP contact Diana at the Los Angeles Press Club at (323) 669-8081.