Watch interviews and highlights from the largest Asian cultural event in Georgia.
Experience a true multicultural experience at the Al-Huda Islamic Center in Athens Georgia as they celebrate Eid-ul Fitr.
Interview with Southern Regional Council President Charles S. Johnson on the Lillian Smith Awards.
The fifth annual Atlanta Caribbean Jerk Festival and Family Fun Day (ACJF) at the Panthersville Stadium in Decatur, GA. Hosted by Glen Simmonds Events, Carib Event Partners and MCMG Inc., the festival centered on the preparation and cooking of jerk-seasoned foods. The ACJF attracts thousands of attendees every year who experience the best in Caribbean culture and cuisine.
Last year the Atlanta Caribbean Jerk Festival attracted more than 6,000 people and it was voted the best place in Georgia for Caribbean nationals and friends to meet and connect.
The 5th Annual WWAAC Leaders and Legends Awards recognized the accomplishments of (5) five dedicated and successful Asian Americans who serve as role models throughout the nation. These distinguished Honorees were being celebrated because of their service, contribution, and dedication not only to the Asian community, but to mainstream America as well. For over one hundred-fifty years, Asian Americans have made enormous contributions to the prosperity and success of this great nation. While there are many different Who’s Who organizations recognizing outstanding members of our society, very few, if any, focus on the prominent Asian Americans who have been our role models for success, great contributors to our community and to the nation, and distinguished figures in their own professions.
Univision 34 and The Latin American Association’s 5th Annual Health and Education Fair was held on Saturday August 28, 2010. We talk with Mariela Romero and Gianncarlo Cifuentes of Univision on the significance of the event to the Latin community.
Interview with the Principals behind GCFID which works to attract foreigners and create jobs here in the US.
Paula Nelson of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians sings “Everybody Indian Dance” with footage from Cherokee North Carolina, Western Carolina University, and the Annual Indian Pow Wow at Stone Mountain Park Georgia.
Experience Cherokee North Carolina and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians as they celebrate their Annual Indian Fall Festival!
The Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week Conference is the nation’s premier event for minority entrepreneurs and business owners. The MED Week Conference helps minority-owned firms grow both domestically and globally through a series of educational, training and business to business networking events. The MED Week Conference is hosted by the Minority Business Development Agency, a bureau of the U.S. Department of Commerce. Representatives from the public and private sector share information and resources for growing and expanding and minority businesses domestically and globally during MED Week.
Interview with Atlanta Regional Director Pat Hanes on the 2010 Atlanta Regional Minority Enterprise Development Week (MED WEEK)