Can We Get Along? New Milwaukee Initiative To Unite Latinos, African-Americans

- By Bossip Staff

When looking at race and poverty, Milwaukee is the most segregated city in the country. And it is the most politically divided. Now a new initiative hopes at least to bring together African Americans and Latinos. “The Blacktino Initiative in Wisconsin,” will launch March 27th with the goal of bringing the minority communities together [resulting] in creating safer neighborhoods, and that the two communities work towards more jobs and better schools, reports Fox 6.

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“Think Like A Man Too” Executive Producer Rob Hardy Hires Former “Ebony” Editor Mitzi Miller

Rob Hardy, CEO of Rainforest Entertainment and executive producer of Think Like A Man Too, has hired former Ebony editor Mitzi Miller to serve as head of development. This is a role that Hardy created for Miller. This after a movie adaption of a book she co-authored, The Vow: A Novel; The Angry Black Woman’s Guide to Life, was made into a Lifetime movie starring Regina Hall, Jill Scott and Eve.

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Burger King Testing Out Whopper Cologne

Burger King is offering a test run of Whopper cologne to the Japanese public in hopes to…well we actually don’t even know. Via Fox News: For hamburger aficionados who can’t get enough of it, Burger King has an answer: a grilled burger-scented fragrance. Burger King said Friday that the limited “Whopper” grilled beef burger-scented cologne will be sold only one day on April 1, and only in Japan.

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