Tuesday, October 10, 2023

Get The Scoop On How Our News Blog The Southeast Queens Scoop Will Be Honored In a Salute To Black Media In Long Island NY

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The Southeast Queens Scoop To
Be Honored By
Community Organizations In
The Salute To Black Media

It's official my daughter and I (Co-publishers nZinga & Kamau Austin) will be honored by the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, The African American Small Business Foundation, and 100 Black Men in the "Salute To Black Media." We are honored to be recognized Wednesday, October, 11th at 6pm.

We are humbled to be featured and awarded with some of the most prolific and luminary Black publishers, writers, and iconic media figures in our area and US.  A list of the other dynamic awardees follows below...

Article On the October 11th, 2023 Salute To Black Media Featuring The Southeast Queens Scoop Continues After Sponsor's Messages Below...

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Article On the October 11th, 2023
Salute To Black Media Featuring
The Southeast Queens Scoop
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Media Luminaries who will be honored are:

Yolanda Felder - The Yolanda Felder Show

Miya Jones - Shades of Long Island

Billy Moss & Felicia Moss - Black Long Island

Kamau Austin & Nzinga Austin - Southeast Queens Scoop

Gloria Gantt - Better Mag

Pauline Swift & Glenn Greenidge - Our World

Tony Johnson - Our Times

Clive Williams - Whereitzat

Dr. Teresa Taylor-Williams - NY Trend Newspaper

Randy Fling - Rolling Out Magazine

Clarence Brown - Heart & Soul Magazine

Julian Phillips - Journalist

It was reported in Newsday.com a special salute to Black media, which organizers of Minority Enterprise Development Week say will be a tribute to those who have "played an important part in telling stories that are often not reported."  The "Salute To Black Media," event will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. at Lorraine Gregory Communications, 95-A Executive Dr., Edgewood.

To register visit www.Liaacc.org.

Sponsor's Messages Below

While there are brilliant persons on the Autism Spectrum celebrated today, very little media stories focus on people, especially women of color. Our co-publisher's new bio-pic "nZinga's Spectrum In 3D," is a moving and inspirational documentary on how a young Black woman RISES to overcome her challenges.

nZinga Austin is also the Co-publisher of Our Black News Scoop and Southeast Queens Scoop.  The documentary of about 1/2 hr long is getting rave reviews.
Checkout Nzinga's Spectrum in 3D now Click Here. Please share

Posted by community events coordinator, Nzinga Lonstein Austin, is a prolific blogger who writes on the entertainment industry and issues for people with developmental and physical challenges.

She is presently in high school looking to have a career in video, film, and media. You can see more of her entertainment writing on Lonstein Movies.

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