Searching for a birthday card the other day, I noticed in Rite-Aid stores, there were no Hallmark cards only American Greetings and in Publix grocery store, they only stocked Hallmark greeting cards. What was noticeably absent, or maybe not, because I can’t really recall hearing about them until today was “African-American Expressions” greeting cards.
Founder, Gregory Perkins, indicates on the company profile, AAE has been existence for 26 years.
“Today, African American Expressions sells over 2,500,000 cards annually with over 500 original designs. This multimillion dollar operation has expanded to include many other inspirational gifts such as calendars, handcrafted figurines, journals, mugs, magnets, bookmarks, Christmas decorations and more.”
The company also sells wholesale. Check them out at AmericasMart – Atlanta . For retail customers; visit African American Expressions at http://www.black-cards.com and download their (pdf) catalog
Someone is a few digits short of a hand in Nakadee, Louisiana. What’s worse, someone may be torturing and holding the finger-less victim captive in this small river town. Head of Nakadee Police …
Source: Severed, a Novel | A Black Woman’s Burden
Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Village Roadshow Pictures’ first look at “Ocean’s 8” from one of New York City’s most iconic locales: the subway. In Summer 2018, the tide will turn as (L-r) Debbie Ocean (SANDRA BULLOCK) attempts to pull off the heist of the century at New York City’s star-studded annual Met Gala. Her first stop is to assemble the perfect crew: Lou (CATE BLANCHETT); Nine Ball (RIHANNA); Amita (MINDY KALING); Constance (AWKWAFINA); Rose (HELENA BONHAM CARTER); Daphne Kluger (ANNE HATHAWAY); and Tammy (SARAH PAULSON). Photo Credit: Barry Wetcher
OCEAN’S 8 – Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Village Roadshow Pictures’ all female caper heist flick with
music superstar Rihanna is coming to a big screen near you. She is set to join a group of A-list Film, Television and Web actresses in the updated Ocean’s 8 caper heist flick set in New York City.
Ocean’s 8 expected release June 8, 2018.
If this photo contains any clues about the film’s outcome, the heist may not come off as expected. Black Grandmothers throughout the African Diaspora warn about putting your pocketbook/bag on the floor because it lowers your money. #BigMamaSayings