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theClippings | “Hit The Floor” Star Stephanie Moseley Found Dead In Murder Suicide with Rapper Boyfriend Earl Hayes

December 8, 2014

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Sunset | Doris Rowland Garrison | Mother of Kelly Rowland – Atlanta

December 3, 2014

Clipped from B. Scott – Death notice for Doris Rowland Garrison, mother of Kelly Rowland.

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Sunset: Sharon Tucker, Mother to Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Todd Tucker, Kandi’s Husband | RHOA Death

December 2, 2014



Social media timelines of friends and cast mates posted news that Sharon Tucker, mother to Todd and mother-in-law to Kandi Burruss of Real Housewives of Atlanta has died from complications reportedly following a stroke.  Tucker became a show favorite battling for her son in his trek to the alter with Kandi.  Such sad news.

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Sunset: Herman J Russell Death Notice | Obituary

November 15, 2014

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Herman J. Russell, the iconic entrepreneur who built the nation’s largest black-owned construction and real estate firm, as well as much of the Atlanta skyline, died today at the age of 83. He was also a behind-the-scenes financial backer of the 1960s Civil Rights Movement led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., later playing a critical role in the construction (both literally and in terms of economic and civic participation for African Americans) of the “New South” Atlanta during the administration of the city’s first black mayor, Maynard H. Jackson Jr. Russell was the first black member of Atlanta’s Chamber of Commerce and the second black person to lead the organization as its president.

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Sunset via Black Enterprise — Death Notice — Herman J Russell

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Sunset: Joan Rivers | Legendary Comedian Dies at 81

September 4, 2014

Joan Rivers Dies at 81

Post by TMZ.
Joan Rivers dead at 81

Blogger Suicide: Karyn Washington For Brown Girls | #theClippings

April 11, 2014

To blog is to become voice of that which one champions.  Karyn Washington championed Brown Girls with her blog For Brown Girls.

FBG was created to celebrate the beauty of dark skin while combatting colorism and promoting self love! FBG was created to celebrate darker shades of brown- to encourage those struggling with accepting having a darker skin complexion to love and embrace the skin they are in. However, women of all shades may take away from FBG the universal and essential message of self love and acceptance.

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Creator of For Brown Girls Blog Reportedly Commits Suicide

The Root ‎- 6 hours ago

Karyn Washington’s work in the black blogosphere encouraged a generation of women to love their natural selves and live their best lives.

Karyn Washington: Black Women and Suicide | BlackDoctor

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10 hours ago – Karyn Washington inspired black women around the world to embrace the beauty of their blackness with the creation of her “For Brown …

Karyn Washington, Founder Of For Brown Girls, Passes At

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10 hours ago – We had the opportunity to talk to Karyn Washington, founder of the website For Brown Girls, and mind behind the project, #DarkSkinRedLip, on …

Dee Dee Cocheta Williams Changed the Game | Remembering Dee Dee In Her Own Words | Sunset 2014

January 16, 2014

VideoBuzz: In Her Own Words – DryerBuzz and Route TV Remembers Dee Dee Cocheta Williams  -  How She Changed the Game In Her Own Words

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Deemed by Atlanta Journal Constitution as the ‘maestro of marketing,’ Dee Dee M. Cocheta orchestrated her marketing skills in Radio before she went on to her next goal in life, spearheading A.B.C. Publicity in 1999. This award-winning PR and marketing professional coordinated publicity efforts for music, fashion & film events, developed marketing and PR campaigns for hundreds of independent and major Grammy-award winning artists. Because of her influence, Dee Dee was contracted by brands, small businesses and non-profits for her contacts, media relations and social media strategies.

Recognized as a thought leader with extensive experience working with women and Generation Y/GEN Next, Dee Dee could be found advising business owners, organizations, public officials and companies on how to reach this audience who rely on the impact of trendsetters within these demographics for their branding efforts.

Not only did Dee Dee have a successful career, she understood her growth was to learn, give, share and love. In 2013 she shared her message of how to Change the Game with DryerBuzz and RouteTV in an initiative to bring more women to the boardroom of business.

Private services held in Portland with her family.  An Atlanta tribute to take place in spring.  We miss you Dee Dee.

Memorial and Support: deedeecocheta.com | Facebook

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Sunset: Remembering PR Veteran Dee Dee Cocheta Williams | God’s Infinity | Queens Never Quit

January 13, 2014

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PR Veteran and Founder of A.B.C. Publicity Dee Dee Cocheta-Williams, known as the Hip Hop Mama, passed away on Thursday, January 9, 2014 after fighting breast cancer.

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 The world learned of the news via Facebook from Dee Dee’s eldest son, he stated, “Good morning everyone. This is Alkebulan @alkbln, DeeDee’s eldest son. I want to inform all of you beautiful people that my mama has passed on but she is still here with us and we are strong as ever. She was happy and a fighter in passing but she has not gone anywhere. I ask that you all hold your pity and frown and share only your genuine love, peace, and smiles with my family. My siblings and I are soldiers. My daddy got us. My mama is in all of us. Let us all carry on her legacy and remember her in light!” “Queens Never Quit! – Dee Dee Cocheta-Williams”

 ABOUT DEE DEE COCHETA-WILLIAMS:

 Deemed by Atlanta Journal Constitution as the ‘maestro of marketing,’ Dee Dee M. Cocheta orchestrated her marketing skills in Radio before she went on to her next goal in life, spearheading A.B.C. Publicity in 1999. Since then, this award-winning PR and marketing professional has coordinated publicity efforts for music, fashion & film events, developed marketing and PR campaigns for hundreds of independent and major grammy-award winning artists. Because of her influence, Dee Dee has been contracted by brands, small businesses and non-profits for her contacts, media relations and social media strategies.
Recognized as a thought leader who has extensive experience working with women and Generation Y/GEN Next, Dee Dee can be found advising business owners, organizations, public officials and companies on how to reach this audience who rely on the impact of trendsetters within these demographics for their branding efforts.
Not only does Dee Dee have a successful career, she understands her growth is to learn, give, share and love… as an objective she established in 6th grade, dee dee was already set on her divine path of order when ‘deciding’ to have a family at a young age, straight out of high school while pursuing her other goals of becoming the first in her family to receive a college degree.  dee dee always wanted a big family, asking for 4 children, receiving 7 and 2 that miscarried.  Loving the entire birth process, she was asked by her nurse midwives to speak at Emory University a few times which led to finding out about being a doula.  Volunteering with Jane Fonda’s, GCAPP organization, dee dee made that possible and can be found giving her time to teens who may not have someone to be with them in labor while happily sharing advice with new moms.  Having 7 children (6 boys and one girl) and married for 24 years continues to fascinates her mind.
Recognized as a thought leader who has extensive experience working with women and Generation Y/GEN Next, Dee Dee can be found advising business owners, organizations, public officials and companies on how to reach this audience who rely on the impact of trendsetters within these demographics for their branding efforts.
Please share your love, memories, and thoughts of Dee Dee using the hashtag: #QUEENSNEVERQUIT

For more information on memorial service and/or to support Dee Dee’s family please visit CLICK HERE.

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There was no getting in the game unless you knew Dee Dee Cocheta-Williams. I still can’t believe Dee Dee is absent from this world.  Such an angel and friend to all.  We shared a love as mothers, entertainment and special love for Atlanta and the talent that poured in and out of this city.  A true friend will be missed. ~ Yalanda P Lattimore, DryerBuzz.com

Sunset: World Reacts to Nelson Mandela’s Death

December 5, 2013

Sunset: Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela (1918-2013) was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary and politician who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999

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Sunset: Fast and Furious Paul Walker Dies in Car Crash | Results for “RIP Paul Walker”

November 30, 2013

Actor Paul Walker, 40, dies in car accident: report 

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