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    Carla Hall's Petite Cookies


    Carla Hall's Petite Cookies



    About Carla Hall's Petite Cookies
    Carla’s Cookies are bite-size cookies that look like a snack, but pair boldly and beautifully with any beverage. Here you’ll find familiar flavors with a surprising twist, such as the Pecan Shortbread with Vanilla Salt and Goat Cheese with Dried Cranberries with a hint of rosemary. Perfect for entertaining.

    Our artisan cookies are made in small batches. We roll, shape, cut, bake and package all of our products by hand in our Silver Spring kitchen. Our cookies contain only the finest ingredients—European-style butter, unbleached sugar & flour, couverture chocolate, artisan cheeses, fresh nuts, premium spices…and they wouldn't be made by Carla Hall without the most important ingredient: LOVE!

    Carla Hall's Petite Cookies



    About Carla Hall
    Carla Hall is a co-host of ABC Daytime’s lifestyle series, “The Chew,” seated alongside restaurateurs and “Iron Chef America” stars Mario Batali and Michael Symon, entertaining expert Clinton Kelly, and health and wellness enthusiast Daphne Oz.

    Carla is best known as a competitor and fan favorite on Bravo’s “Top Chef,” where she won over audiences with her fun catch phrase “Hootie Hoo” and philosophy to always cook with love. Carla is the owner of Alchemy by Carla Hall, an artisan cookie company that specializes in creating sweet and savory “petite bites of love.” Her approach to cooking blends together her classic French training and Southern upbringing for a twist on traditional favorites. Carla is committed to health and balance in everyday living.

    A native of Nashville, TN, Carla received a degree in Accounting from Howard University, but traveling through Europe awakened her passion for food, and inspired a new career path. Carla attended L’Academie de Cuisine in Maryland where she completed her culinary training, going on to work as a Sous Chef at the Henley Park Hotel in Washington, D.C. She also served as Executive Chef at both The State Plaza Hotel and The Washington Club and has taught classes at CulinAerie and her alma mater L’Academie de Cuisine.

    Carla is a true believer that, “If you’re not in a good mood, the only thing you should make is a reservation.”

    When not in New York recording The Chew, Carla lives in Washington, DC with her husband Matthew Lyons and stepson Noah.

    http://carlahall.com/

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    Women of Color Day


    Please read the complete press release via the link below and support this effort:

    http://www.prweb.com/releases/womenworldculture/womenofcolorday/prweb11727562.htm

    President Bachelet-Chile; President Mujica-Uruguay(Nobel Nominee); Mayor Brown-Compton, CA; Carlos González Gutiérrez, Consul General Mexico Honored @ Women of Color Day

    Women of Color Day/Diversity Event to Honor Local Sacramento/Northern California Women and Men, noted State and International leaders and Celebrate Communities in Americas. Event also Launches WomenWorldCulture, New Global Network.

    Thank you,

    Suzanne Brooks, CEO International Association for Women of Color Day and WomenWorldCulture Former Philadelphia, PA Police Officer; Former California Licensed Private Investigator Office: (916) 483-9804

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    Opportunities Include Commissioner Selig Keynote, Welcome Reception at Yankee Stadium And Roundtable of Baseball Leadership

    Below are media opportunity details surrounding activities at the 2014 MLB Diversity Business Summit, a one-of-a-kind sports diversity employment and business opportunity trade fair. This premier event, which is co-hosted by Major League Baseball and the New York Yankees, will be held at the Manhattan Center in New York City on Monday, April 14th and Tuesday, April 15th, which is Jackie Robinson Day throughout Major League Baseball.


    FOR CREDENTIALS: Please email steven.arocho@mlb.com and Jennifer.zudonyi@mlb.com.

    The MLB Diversity Business Summit provides attendees with unprecedented access to human resource and procurement executives from MLB’s Central Office, all 30 MLB Clubs, MLB Network, MLB Advanced Media and Minor League Baseball Clubs. Event information and registration is currently available at MLB.com/diversitysummit.

    WHERE: Manhattan Center, 311 West 34th Street, New York, NY 10001
    Yankee Stadium, One East 161st Street, Bronx, NY 10451

    CREDENTIAL PICK-UP DETAILS:

    · Monday, April 14th: 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. @ Manhattan Center, Hammerstein Ballroom (Foyer)
    · Tuesday, April 15th: 7:00 a.m. to Noon @ Manhattan Center, Hammerstein Ballroom (Foyer)

    EVENT SCHEDULE AND DETAILS FOR MONDAY, April 14TH:

    MLB Diversity Business Summit Opening Remarks

    · Time/Place: 8:00 a.m. @ Manhattan Center, Grand Ballroom
    · What: Opening remarks welcoming attendees to the 2014 MLB Diversity Business Summit.
    · Who: Randy Levine (President, New York Yankees), Wendy Lewis (Sr. Vice President, Diversity & Strategic Alliance, MLB), Brian Smith (Sr. Vice President, Corporate & Community Relations, New York Yankees)

    Job Seeker Trade Fair

    · Time/Place: 9:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. @ Manhattan Center, Hammerstein Ballroom
    o *B-ROLL & ATTENDEE INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITY*

    Procurement Trade Fair

    · Time/Place: 2:15 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. @ Manhattan Center, Hammerstein Ballroom
    o *B-ROLL & ATTENDEE INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITY*

    Welcome Reception @ Yankee Stadium

    · Time/Place: 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

    EVENT SCHEDULE AND DETAILS FOR TUESDAY, APRIL 15TH (JACKIE ROBINSON DAY):

    “The Business of the Game” – Executive Leadership Roundtable

    · Time/Place: Appx. 8:30 a.m. @ Manhattan Center, Grand Ballroom
    · What: Panel featuring high-ranking baseball executives discussing importance of diversity in business.
    · Who: Hal Steinbrenner (Managing General Partner & Co-Chairperson, New York Yankees); Stuart Sternberg (Principal Owner, Tampa Bay Rays); Thomas Ricketts (Chairman, Chicago Cubs); Bob Bowman (Chief Executive Officer, MLB Advanced Media); Jonathan Mariner – Moderator (Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, MLB).

    Remarks by Baseball Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig

    · Time/Place: 2:00 p.m. @ Manhattan Center, Grand Ballroom
    · What: Commissioner Selig will address the attendees of the 2014 MLB Diversity Business Summit.
    o Also in attendance will be members of the Jackie Robinson Family and the Nelson Mandela Family.

    Greetings and Reflections by Sharon Robinson

    · Time/Place: Appx. 2:30 p.m. @ Manhattan Center, Grand Ballroom
    · What: Sharon Robinson, daughter of Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson, will greet the crowd and discuss the importance of this event, especially being held in New York City on Jackie Robinson Day.

    Additional Activities for Attendees

    · Showing of the film “42” following remarks by Sharon Robinson
    · All registered attendees will be eligible to receive a game ticket to the Interleague match-up between the New York Yankees and Chicago Cubs at Yankee Stadium on Jackie Robinson Day.



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BLACK - AFRICAN AMERICAN HOLIDAYS - CELEBRATIONS
   

  1. African American Holiday Association...
    People of color holiday list. Commemorative Days, National, International or Local Celebrations.

  2. American Holidays...
    Official information and services from the U.S. government. Americans celebrate a variety of holidays throughout the year. American holidays can be secular, religious, international or uniquely American. With the wide variety of holidays and the many levels of American government it can be confusing to determine what public and private facilities are open on a given holiday.

  3. Decorating : African-American Holiday : Home & Garden Television...
    Meet a homeowner whose heritage is evident in her holiday decor.

  4. DLTK's Crafts for Kids...
    Black History Month / African American Section.

  5. History of Juneteenth...
    Electronic Village: Juneteenth...The African American Independence Day!

  6. Holiday of Jonkonnu...
    For a few nights each December, revelers dressed in furs and rags lend a festive air to New Bern, North Carolina, as they celebrate the African- American holiday of Jonkonnu.

  7. Holidays in America — Infoplease.com...
    The major federal, religious, traditional, and informal holidays celebrated in the United States.

  8. It's A Black Thang.com...
    African American Christmas decorations.

  9. Juneteenth...
    Juneteenth: The Birth of an African American Holiday. The Black Past: Remembered and Reclaimed.

  10. Juneteenth Celebration A Local Legacy ...
    It is the name for a holiday celebrating June 19, 1865, the day when Union soldiers arrived in Texas and spread the word that President Lincoln had delivered his Emancipation Procalamation.

  11. Juneteenth Legacy Theatre...
    Ron Himes, Founder/ Producing Director of St. Louis Black Rep and Jamboree Guest Artist, discusses the Annual Jamboree and the significance of Juneteenth Legacy Theatre.

  12. Juneteenth San Antonio...
    Freedom in 1865 meant no more slavery. Today, that freedom includes education, economics, and social opportunities. Our children need to understand the importance of Juneteenth (June 19, 1865) as the oldest known celebration of the ending of slavery here in America.



  13. Juneteenth World Wide Celebration...
    Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States.

  14. Kwanzaa...
    Kwanzaa: A Celebration of Family, Community and Culture - The Official Kwanzaa Website by Dr. Maulana Karenga, founder.

  15. Kwanzaa...
    Kwanzaa is a non-religious African American holiday which celebrates family, community, and culture. Learn about the history of Kwanzaa, the seven principles, the seven symbols and more on History.com.

  16. Kwanzaa on the Net...
    Kwanzaa on the Net - Welcome to a Celebration of Kwanzaa.

  17. National Juneteenth Observance Foundation ...
    "To bring all Americans together to celebrate our common bond of freedom through the recognition, observance and historic preservation of Juneteenth in America."

  18. Twin Cities' Juneteenth...
    Freedom Rings: Remembering The Past, Celebrating the Future.













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