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    Black Angels 2017


    - By James "Saint" Clair, Angels Here To Help -

    James Saint Clair


    The Artist Saint created 12 black angels specifically for this calendar. This is a unique calendar from a gifted artist.

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    (BPRW) Thanks, Obama!: Historic First Family Honored with Sought After Limited Edition Calendar!


    - African American Expressions reveals it’s one-time-only 2017 ‘The Obama’s’ calendar to mark the history that was made when the United States elected their first African American family to the White House. -

    African American Expressions


    (Black PR Wire) Sacramento, CA 09/14/2016 –African American Expressions knows a little bit about history making careers. As they approach their 25th anniversary in business this black-owned, multi-million dollar company known for its afro-centric cards and gifts has released their new and highly sought after 2017 wall calendar – a piece dedicated to the beautiful moments that President Barack Obama, and our First Lady Michelle Obama have shared with our community, the nation, and the world over their eight year term.

    “When Barack Obama was elected to his first term in office, you could feel a ripple in history being made. After we heard the outcome, AAE placed a rush order in late November to try to get calendars ready for the holiday season. Now as his two-term presidency comes to a close we wanted to make sure to do it justice by creating a piece of memorabilia that people will hold on to for generations to come.”– Greg Perkins, CEO African American Expressions

    Replete with foil embossing, gold leafing, and breathtaking 12” x 12” glossy prints, this calendar is going to be one of the hottest selling items of the holiday season, with their Limited Edition Michelle Obama Calendar coming in a close second. African American Expressions suggests going online to www.black-gifts.com to learn more about the companies 25 year history.


    (BPRW) Aetna’s 2012 African American History Calendar Highlights Entrepreneurship in the Community


    - Fourteen entrepreneurs from around the country featured -

    (BLACK PR WIRE) – HARTFORD, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--When searching historical records for documentation of African American history, often missing are stories of African Americans who forged and encouraged economic liberation through entrepreneurship and business enterprise. Aetna (NYSE: AET) chronicles the timeline of some of the most groundbreaking and inspiring business achievements of African Americans in the last 200+ years and tells today’s stories of 14 young entrepreneurs from around the U.S. in its 31st annual African American History Calendar titled “Celebrating Innovation: Leading the next generation of business.”

    African American History Calendar
    “Black business history dates back to Colonial America,” writes Dr. Juliet E.K. Walker, founder and director of the Center for Black Business History, Entrepreneurship and Technology at the University of Texas at Austin, where she also serves as a history professor. In the calendar’s introduction, she explains: “Until the Civil War, both slaves and free blacks worked as business owners in the preindustrial mainstream business community.

    “Most successful black businesspeople were wholesale and retail merchants, as well as lumber and coal merchants. Some were commission brokers, as well as manufacturers. Blacks also owned steamships and railroad cars. Others invested in government, and commercial stocks and bonds. Several achieved wealth in excess of $100,000, particularly those who owned large real estate holdings and plantations. Blacks also were involved in international trade. African American women have a historic tradition in business dating back to Colonial Times, too.”

    Mark T. Bertolini, CEO and president of Aetna, said, “Like those pioneers from years ago, the 14 young entrepreneurs honored in this year’s calendar all believed it was possible to do something extraordinary with their lives. They were born with an entrepreneurial spirit. Many entered into business for themselves before the age of 10. Aetna traveled across the country to gain perspectives from young entrepreneurs who, despite humble beginnings, have already earned millions, sold and purchased businesses, formed a foundation to support youth, authored books and even had their faces pictured on credit cards.”

    “Aetna is proud to mark the 31st year of our African American History Calendar,” said Floyd Green, Aetna’s head of community relations and urban marketing. “This is a celebration of the remarkable ambition of young entrepreneurs who are working day and night to make a difference in the communities where they live and work.”

    Entrepreneurs featured in the calendar represent a wide diversity of businesses and pursuits. For example, 23-year-old Chicago area twins, Ashton and Ryan Clark, own multiple online businesses. Natalia Allen, from White Plains, N.Y., owns a company hired by DuPont to integrate conductive fibers into fashion. The result: clothing with electronics, lights and displays smart enough to monitor heart rates. Allen also has designed eco-innovative clothing for brands such as DKNY®, Calvin Klein®, and Quiksilver®. James Taylor, a former professional basketball player and high school teacher from South Florida, runs a youth sports development agency. The company offers one-on-one basketball lessons, a basketball summer camp and basketball academies.

    Other entrepreneurs profiled in the 2012 calendar are:
    •  Hamet Watt, co-founder of bLife, Inc., with a mission to develop engaging and effective science-based tools that enable people to lead healthier and happier lives;

    • Gabrielle Jordan Williams, who launched Jewelz of Jordan and makes quality children’s jewelry. As a fifth-grade student, she wrote The Making of a Young Entrepreneur;

    • Dr. Farrah Gray, founder and CEO of Farrah Gray Foundation, which teaches inner-city and high-risk youth how to become entrepreneurs;

    • Lisa Price, founder of Carol’s Daughter, Inc., which creates and sells innovative hair, body and bath, and skincare products;

    • Kenneth L. Harris, President and CEO of the Michigan Black Chamber of Commerce, with a goal of reinvigorating Michigan;

    •  Jermaine Griggs, Founder of Hear and Play Music, a company that produces instructional DVDs for learning to play music;

    • Khary and Selena Cuffe, co-founders, CEO and CFO of Heritage Link Brands, LLC, which imports South African wines;

    • Tina Wells, CEO and Founder of Buzz Marketing Group, which helps clients build prosperous connections with the youth market;

    • Amos Winbush, III, Founder and CEO of CyberSynchs, which created and sells a platform allowing consumers to synch data across operating systems and devices.

    The 2012 African American History Calendar – Celebrating Innovation: Leading the next generation of business – is available for $4 by calling 860-273-0509. The online version of the calendar is available at Aetna’s diversity website: www.aetnaafricanamericancalendar.com

    About Aetna
    Aetna is one of the nation's leading diversified health care benefits companies, serving approximately 36.4 million people with information and resources to help them make better informed decisions about their health care. Aetna offers a broad range of traditional, voluntary and consumer-directed health insurance products and related services, including medical, pharmacy, dental, behavioral health, group life and disability plans, and medical management capabilities and health care management services for Medicaid plans. Our customers include employer groups, individuals, college students, part-time and hourly workers, health plans, health care providers, governmental units, government-sponsored plans, labor groups and expatriates. For more information, see http://www.aetna.com






BLACK - AFRICAN AMERICAN CALENDARS
   

  1. Aetna ...
    Aetna's African American History Calendar Web site. Since 1982, Aetna has recognized the outstanding contributions of African Americans, past and present, in fields such as business, government, health care, education, athletics, arts, entertainment, and nutrition.

  2. Alken M.R.S...
    African American themed calendars.

  3. Artisan Arts Online...
    Our Black Art Calendars cover various categories including: Art, Spiritual/Inspirational, Female Models, Male Models, Music, Black History, and African Art & Culture. They make perfect gifts.

  4. Beautifully Black and Reasonable Too...
    Beautiful Afrocentric or black-oriented boxed greeting cards, candles, notes, journals, prints, sculpture, decorative wall plaques, calendars and contests, book ends, books and other gifts. Most items $3-30.

  5. BlackGifts.net...
    African American gifts, black art, books, personal Checks, figurines and African gifts. We also promote Barack Obama collectibles and Barack Obama gifts. African American Art, calendars, black dolls, Women's Suits and church hats are also here at BlackGifts.net.

  6. Blacksoftware.com...
    Very large collection of African American wall calendars for office and home, and hi resolution black clip art and photo stock.

  7. Calendars.com ...
    With more than 40 African American calendar titles Calendars.com is the world's biggest and best calendar store. We carry Wall Calendar, Desk Calendar and Engagement Calendar formats for every interest and occasion.

  8. Cushcity.com ...
    World's Largest African-American Selection Books, Videos, Music, Toys, Calendars & More.

  9. Custom Photo Calendars...
    Upload your personal images into a 12 to 18 month calendar, add your own dates (family events, birthdays, anniversaries), etc. You can truly customize it to fit your needs! Perfect for family photos and makes a wonderful keepsake gift.

  10. Enchanted Learning...
    African-American History Calendar.

  11. Feva ...
    Feva calendar is the premier black calendar featuring todays hottest black models in the sexiest swimsuits.

  12. Hard Candy Calendar...
    Journey Creative Design Studio offers this edgy and unique 2009 wall calendar of dominant womyn in the african-american gay community.

  13. Holy Writ Greeting Cards...
    Holy Writ Greeting Cards-Christian Greeting Cards representing Christian, African American, Latino, and Urban cultures.

  14. Inspirational Expressions ...
    Shop our products for the best prices on African American Christmas gifts, Bibles, Bible covers, calendars, figurines, children's books, and decorating items for home and church.

  15. It's A Black Thang.com ...
    African American Calendars - Art, Black History, Religious and Inspirational, Male Models, Female Models, Music, African Culture.

  16. Rundu...
    Rundu Black Male Calendars African American Calendars and Books.

  17. South Carolina African-American History Online...
    South Carolina African-American History Online and its annual calendar are brought to you through BellSouth and its partners.

  18. Stay Lifted...
    Stay Lifted creates and distributes multicultural stationery and gifts for retail and wholesale including greeting cards, invitations, stationery, journals, calendars, gift baskets and other personalized paper products.

  19. The Black Butterfly...
    The Black Butterfly is African-American owned specialty store that specializes in selling greeting cards, calendars and specialty gift items that showcase our rice culture, depicts our faces and our diverse backgrounds. Card for every occasion.

  20. TheBlackMarket.com...
    Black History Calendar.

  21. The Internet African American History Challenge ...
    The Internet African American History Challenge is an interactive quiz that helps you sharpen your knowledge of African American History.

  22. VistaPrint...
    Custom Photo Calendars from VistaPrint. Upload your own photo & order your own personalized calendar online. Easy way to make your own calendar.

  23. Zazzle.com...
    Zazzle - We make quality custom products designed by you. African American Calendars.

  24. 3BGifts.com ...
    The Bold Black and Beautiful Gift Shop.Online African American Products and Gifts Shopping Mall - Black Greeting Cards and Calendars













 




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