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Black History Month One-On-One: Felicia Gibson JaycoxFelicia Gibson Jaycox is the founder and CE of The Power of You Teens, a Harlem-based program designed to empower young women.
Black History Month One-On-One: Michael GarnerMichael Garner is the president of One Hundred Black Men, Inc. of New York, one of the most influential and successful empowerment programs for African-American men in the city.
Black History Month One-On-One: Cheryl McKissack DanielCheryl McKissack Daniel is the president and CEO of McKissack & McKissack, a family business responsible for much of the iconic architecture in New York City.
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One On One For Black History Month: Harry BelafonteThey say your first passion is the one you choose. But your second, and most defining passion, is the one that chooses you.

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