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Filmmaker Roger Suggs Collaborates with Toyota to Share More Untold Stories of Kansas City’s Black Community
KANSAS CITY, Kan. (Aug. 3, 2021) – Toyota announced today the premiere of the second season of a documentary series developed in partnership with Roger Suggs, also known as the rapper “Vigalantee,” that highlights Kansas City’s historically Black communities. The second season, titled “Beautiful, Black and Bold: A Mini-Mentary Series,” illuminates Black women entrepreneurs and leaders. New episodes will be released weekly throughout August in celebration of Black Business Month, an annual event that elevates Black-owned businesses.
TOKYO (August 2, 2021) – At 24 years old, Caeleb Dressel won a total of five gold medals at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, including three individual wins and two relay victories. Dressel closed out competition in Tokyo by winning […]
TOKYO (July 29, 2021) – On Thursday, July 29, 2021, Caeleb Dressel, at 24 years old, won his fourth Olympic gold medal in the men’s 100m freestyle event at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. Dressel swam an Olympic record time of 47.02 seconds to earn his first career individual Olympic medal.
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