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OBAMA TALKS BACK PUBLISHER TONY ROSE RECEIVES PERSONALIZED NAACP IMAGE AWARD

The Certificate of Authenticity enclosed with the Trophy says – “We congratulate you on your award. This award recognizes that this achievement is the product of hard work, and a continuous desire for excellence”.

Our personalized has arrived, July 6, 2013 at http://www.amberbooks.

The NAACP Image Award says. 44th NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Literary Work –
Youth/Teens – “Obama Talks Back: Global Lessons – A Dialogue With
America’s Young Leaders” (Amber Books) Gregory Reed (Author)
Tony Rose, Publisher – February 1, 2013

The Certificate of Authenticity on the Trophy says – “We congratulate you on your award. This award recognizes that this achievement is the product of hard work, and a continuous desire for excellence”.
And Yvonne Rose, who along with, our author, Gregory J. Reed, made it all possible, shares a very proud moment with our NAACP Image Award, July 6, 2013

AMBER BOOKS NAACP IMAGE AWARDS WINNER FOR LITERATURE “OBAMA TALKS BACK”.
 National – February 1, 2013 – Amber Books, the award winning imprint of Phoenix, AZ based, Amber Communications Group, Inc., was announced as an NAACP Image Award winner for “Outstanding Literary Work – Youth/Teens” – for it’s title, “Obama Talks Back: Global Lessons – A Dialogue With America’s Young Leaders” by Gregory J. Reed, Esq. (Amber Books), and has earned an NAACP Image Award for Literature at the 2013 44th Annual NAACP Image Awards Show, Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, February 1, 2013.

Tony Rose, Publisher/CEO, Amber Communications Group, Inc., stated in his acceptance speech, “On behalf of Amber Books, Gregory J. Reed, Esq., and the Keeper of the Word Foundation, we are extremely excited to have been honored with an NAACP Image Award for Literature.”, Rose added, “I want to thank God, with whom all things are possible and Gregory J. Reed, Esq., who brought “Obama Talks Back: Global Lessons – A Dialogue With America’s Young Leaders”, an outstanding and historic collection of student letters to President Barack Obama, and his responses to those students from all across America, along with the President’s speeches, public statements, and quotations during his campaigns and tenure as President of the United States of America, to Amber Books.

Rose stated, “We thank the NAACP Image Awards, The 2013 44th Annual Image Awards Sub-Committee Members, The NAACP Voting Members, our NAACP Image Awards Literary Coordinator, Annette Thomas, for her diligence and hard work on behalf of our African American Literary Community, and I thank my wife, Yvonne Rose, The Associate Publisher of Amber Communications Group, Inc., for her and her editorial and design team’s tireless work, and technical and creative skills, in making a great book even greater”.

Rose further added, “Thank you to everyone who made this outstanding NAACP Image Award in Literature possible!!! Thank you”.

Tony Rose, Publisher/CEO
Amber Communications Group, Inc.
1334 E. Chandler Blvd., Suite 5-D67, Phoenix, AZ 85048

602-743-7211
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Tree Widow Film On Demand – Alison Mills Newman Is Writer/Producer/Director‏

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PUBLISHERS! AUTHORS! SELF-PUBLISHERS! African American Pavilion at BookExpo America (BEA) Showcase Your Title(s) with Amber Books The 2013 NAACP Image Award Winner for Literature At Amber Communications Group, Inc’s

 PUBLISHERS! AUTHORS! SELF-PUBLISHERS!

Showcase Your Title(s) With Amber Books

The 2013 NAACP Image Award Winner for Literature

At Amber Communications Group, Inc’s

African American Pavilion at BookExpo America (BEA)

Jacob Javits Convention Center, New York City

May 30 – June 1, 2013

VISIT – WWW.AFRICANAMERICANPAVILION.COM

  

 

Tony Rose, Publisher/CEO, Amber Communications Group, Inc.

2013 44TH Annual NAACP Image Awards Winner for Literature – Youth/Teens
Obama Talks Back: Global Lessons – A Dialogue with America’s Young Leaders
by Gregory J. Reed, Esq. (Amber Books)

 

 Tony and Yvonne Rose, Publishers, Amber Communications Group, Inc.

2013 44TH Annual NAACP Image Awards Winner for Literature – Youth/Teens
Obama Talks Back: Global Lessons – A Dialogue with America’s Young Leaders
by Gregory J. Reed, Esq. (Amber Books)

 

BookExpo America is the largest book INDUSTRY TRADE SHOW in the nation. For ten years Amber Communications Group, Inc.’s Book Display Showcase has maintained a significant presence at BEA, the Nation’s largest Book Fair.  BEA, has 20,000+ Industry Professionals in attendance, including: Distributors, Wholesalers, Bookstores, Librarians, Internationa lLicensees, Major Publishers, Agents & Media Personnel. Can’t Attend? Don’t Miss Out!!!

ACGI will showcase your Book(s), CDs & DVDs

Your titles may generate interest from an unlimited number of Publishing Industry Professionals who are specifically interested in titles written by, for, and about African Americans.

·         · Your Book Submissions Will be Listed In a Special Section of the ACGI 2013 NEW Book Display Journal with your Book Title and contact information (including: Name, Company, Address, Phone, Email, Website) and handed out to thousands of BEA attendees.

·         · In addition, your Book Title and Contact Information will be Listed for 1 Year on WWW.AFRICANAMERICANPAVILION.COM  (Beginning the day you register).

·         · Plus, ACGI will direct visitors to the books of particular interest and their contact information back to you, the Author/Publisher. You will also receive a list of LEADS from Amber Communications Group, Inc.’s New Book Display Booth at BEA.

 Register Now!! $125 per title / Early Bird Discount Until March 31st

Ask About Extra Savings When You Exhibit 3 or More Titles

 Call 602-743-7426 to pay by Credit Card or PAYPAL or email amberbks@aol.com  

Or Payment can be made by Check (paid to Amber Communications Group, Inc.)

Mailed to: 1334 East Chandler Blvd., Suite 5-D67, Phoenix, AZ 85048

Visit: WWW.AFRICANAMERICANPAVILION.COM  and  WWW.AMBERBOOKS.COM  

 For further information, payment or questions contact: YVONNE ROSE: 602-743-7426

WWW.AMBERBOOKS.COM  / WWW.AFRICANAMERICANPAVILION.COM  / WWW.QUALITYPRESS.INFO  

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Are You Planning to Attend? There’s More!!!!

For an Additional $60 Per Half Hour

You Can Booksign/Autograph your Book

at the ACGI’s African American Pavilion Book Display Booth.

All Booksigning/Autographing Sessions are 1/2 hour or one hour. 

and will be listed in the program journal.

 

Registration is Limited (First-come, First-serve basis)

To Register, Email amberbks@aol.com  or call Yvonne Rose: 602-743-7426.

 

 Tony Rose, Publisher/CEO

 

Amber Communications Group, Inc.,

 

2013 44TH Annual NAACP Image Awards Winner for Literature – Youth/Teens

 

Obama Talks Back: Global Lessons –

 A Dialogue with America’s Young Leaders 

by Gregory J. Reed, Esq. (Amber Books)
1334 E. Chandler Blvd., Suite 5-D67, Phoenix, AZ 85048

 602-743-7211

 amberbk@aol.com

 

WWW.AMBERBOOKS.COM

  Tony Rose

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3rd Annual Institute for Teachers of Color Committed to Racial Justice, June 19-21, 2013

Institute for Teachers of Color Committed to Racial Justice
San José State University
June 19-21, 2013

In California, students of color comprise over 70% of the public school population, but teachers of color make up less than 30% of the teaching force. With barriers such as limited resources, testing pressures and culturally-disconnected mandated curriculum, teachers of color with a commitment to racial justice face many challenges in realizing their vision, and can feel isolated in their work.

June 19-21, 2013, San José State University is hosting the third annual Institute for Teachers of Color Committed to Racial Justice, a three-day conference to support the development, success and retention of teachers of color struggling to achieve racial justice in schools. It is intended as a community building, professional development space for teachers of color to explore the racial climate of their schools, receive training to navigate these realities, and strategize how to create racially transformative classrooms and schools. We are also accepting applications from school administrators of color and teacher educators of color who are interested in building alongside teachers.

We are looking for practitioners and researchers to facilitate workshops that support the vision of the Institute that will provide professional development through a critical race lens, offering concrete tools that teachers can use in their classrooms. We are interested in workshops that address a variety of topics including school-wide change, curricular innovations, pedagogical training, and supporting the needs of teachers, students and/or communities of color. For those selected to present, registration costs to all three days of the Institute will be waived.

Please send the following information to marcos.pizarro@sjsu.edu with the subject heading “Workshop Proposal” by Monday, Feb 18, 2013:

· WORKSHOP TITLE:
· Presenter(s) name(s):
· Race/ethnicity:
· School site/organization:
· Phone number:
· Email address:
· Presenter(s) bios (1 sentence each):
· Who is the target audience of this workshop?
· What are the goals and objectives of this workshop?
· How does this workshop address racial justice?
· How would this workshop serve the needs of teachers of color?
· What tools will teachers acquire from the workshop?
· Please attach a workshop agenda, including details of timeline and activities proposed (Workshops should be planned for 90 minutes in length).


56th Annual Michigan Reading Association Conference

56th Annual Michigan Reading Association Conference.


DEC 2012 Black Literary Players

DEC 2012 Black Literary Players.


DEC 2012 Black Literary Players

DEC 2012 Black Literary Players.