Pasadena's Connection with Black August is Historical

​​George Jackson was assassinated on August 21, 1971 by San Quentin prison guards. The assassination was a deliberate move on behalf of the US government to eliminate the revolutionary... 

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Branding & Beyond: Share What You Know

​One way to grow and expand your #Brand is to flex your inner #BrandSlayer by sharing what you know and what you have learned... sharing is caring, right?! Here are 5 reasons why sharing what you know will help you expand and grow your business.

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Carmel Mims: Supplying a Unique Need to Seniors 

Established in 2017, Pet Porter Pals allows founder Carmel Mims to combine her two passions: working with animals and helping people.  Animals have always held a special place in Carmel’s heart and her pets...

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A Weekend Black Pasadena Should be Proud of  

There were so many positive events going on in Northwest Pasadena and West Altadena this past weekend. It is clear that the level on consciousness among Black people in our community is rising. 

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Recycle Our Dollars Mixer Erases Myth of Disconnect Between Black Business and Black Dollars

​On Friday, August 11, 2017 the PBP hosted our first Recycling Our Black Dollar Business Mixer. We invited everyone in our community to come out to meet, chat, network and collaborate with other African-Americans,. especially...


100 Black Men Welcome Day Brings Out Even More Greeters in 2017 

Men from all walks of life came together Monday morning at the two schools and welcomed the students back with cheers of encouragement as they walked into the schools. 


Fight For Life: We Are What We Eat

With all these current discussions and revolutionary acts taking place, there is a new film documentary that has created a buzz as well and although it appears as if the film is being taken lightly, it has many jewels in...