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Wig Company Founder and Entrepreneur Turns the Tables and Heads

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. -- When Kimberly Cloud found herself out on the street due to domestic violence, she didn't let that stop her. In fact, the incident just served to give her strength to not only start her own business, but to give back to the community too. With a passion for making wigs, she started working with her local chapter of Dress for Success and then launched her own line of wigs, Genuinely Michelle Wigs, LLC.

From a young age, Cloud has always enjoyed experimenting with different hairstyles and styling wigs. She learned a lot from her mother and now she's taking it to the next level.

"I'm not the type of person to let a bad situation keep me down," she says. "When I found myself living at a women's shelter, I wasn't about to feel sorry for myself. It only gave me more reason to work harder and keep going."

Cloud started working with her local chapter of Dress for Success, a global not-for-profit organization that empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. She quickly realized that they needed some help in the hair department and jumped into action with Wigs for Success.

She's quickly become known for creating beautiful wigs and making women feel good about themselves again.

"Giving back is so important to me," she says.

After launching Wigs for Success, she decided this was the perfect launch pad for yet another business - Genuinely Michelle Wigs. She's currently selling creative and stylish wigs online and hopes to continue to build her brand and make a serious imprint in the wig world. Her ultimate goal is to open a hair factory where she'll manufacture her own hair from synthetic and human hair, alike.

Cloud says women can wear these wigs for up to a week as long as they maintain and wash them. She prides herself on using high quality, long-lasting materials.

"The best way to create wealth is to generate a diverse team that will back up your dreams and aspirations," Cloud says.

As a result, she plans to pursue investors and aspires to meet with CEOs that she respects and admires. Among them is Vivica Fox, an American actress, producer and television host who has her own line of wigs; and Daymond John, an American businessman and TV personality, best known for his role on "Shark Tank." John has even demonstrated an interest in her one of her products.

To date, Cloud has appeared in several media outlets and has no plans of slowing down anytime soon.

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Lightning, Tragedy and Lessons Learned about Safety and Awareness: A Look Back at One of Lightning’s Deadliest Strikes

CUMBERLAND, Maine -- This Sunday marks the 70th anniversary of one of the deadliest lightning strikes in the U.S. and the National Lightning Safety Council is recalling the tragic event to spotlight the dangers of lightning, a common, yet underrated weather peril.

Lives were shattered in an instant on August 1, 1951 when lightning struck a tree at Wind Cave, Wyoming, killing four girl hikers and their leader and injuring nine others. The hikers were on a trek from a girls' camp in Darby Canyon to Wind Cave, Ice Cave, and back.

"Fortunately, most people are more aware of lightning's dangers now than they were in 1951," said John Jensenius, a lightning safety specialist with the National Lightning Safety Council (NLSC).

According to Jensenius, the Center for Disease Control logged 248 U.S. lightning deaths in 1951, which is one more than the combined total of 247 deaths the NLSC has documented for the past 10 years.

Karma Lambert, one of the most seriously injured survivors, vividly remembers events up until the time when lightning struck the tall tree that she and several others were sitting under. Lambert, now 84, attributes her survival to the quick actions of hiking guide, Fred Miller, and several older girls who repeatedly administered "artificial respiration."

Lambert's detailed account of the incident and her 2015 return to the site is featured on her daughter's website:

Now, 70 years after the event, Kelly Loosli, a professor of Animation and Film at Brigham Young University is interviewing survivors of the Wind Cave lightning incident for a documentary he's preparing. Loosli is the grandson of the then Teton County Sheriff Dwight Loosli, who organized men and horses to rescue the injured and transport the dead in the ensuing hours after the lightning strike.

"My interest stems from my grandfather's involvement in the rescue and the heroism of all those involved," said Loosli. "This was a terrible tragedy and I don't want to see anything like this ever happen again."

Lambert has advice for anyone headed out on a hike, "Check the forecast and if thunderstorms are predicted, just don't go."

Jensenius wants people to know what happened that tragic day in 1951 to stress the importance of monitoring weather conditions to limit the lightning threat.

"Consider canceling or postponing activities if thunderstorms are predicted and remember, when thunder roars, go indoors," advises Jensenius. "Lightning safety is a minor inconvenience that just might save your life."

The National Lightning Safety Council invites educators, government officials and others to help build lightning safe communities by learning more about lightning safety, lightning protection and risk reduction.

Visit the for shareable information, resources and safety tips. Inquiries about specific lightning concerns can also be addressed to Council members via contacts here:


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New Research Shows Consumers Find Moments of Small Pleasure Beat Big Experiences When It Comes to Well-Being

CHICAGO, Ill. -- The Australian Macadamia industry released research that reveals that almost 50% of consumers globally now value finding peace and quiet in everyday life as the key to a happy mind. Conversely, only 25% globally said occasional big experiences and milestones make them happy.

The pandemic has reinvented day-to-day well-being, making it more difficult to manage than ever before. It forces consumers, the world over, to reconsider what makes them happy, while redefining the concept of indulgence, and the way our daily food choices can support this.

According to Accredited Practising Dietitian, Susie Burrell who also holds a Masters of Coaching Psychology and has a particular interest in mental health and wellbeing, finding new ways to manage mood and stress has never been more important. "The pandemic has resulted in many people turning inward and looking for ways they can actively work to support their own health and wellbeing. With big treats such as overseas trips off the table, and milestones like weddings and other celebrations more restricted, we've had to train ourselves to look forward to small things to find pleasure in on a daily basis to support our own happiness."

This is supported by the research, carried out in Australia, Japan, China, Taiwan, South Korea and USA, and also showed that almost half of consumers globally say indulgence is about finding little pleasures of joy in the everyday, while only 27% defined indulgence as being about a special-occasion treat.

"On a day-to-day basis, people are carving out small moments of indulgence and savouring them," says Burrell. "Nourishing the body with healthy, nutritious food is an act of self-care and one of the easiest ways we can support not just physical but mental health too. Quality plant-based food in an otherwise ordinary day is a great way to support good mood, especially now when many people are feeling overwhelmed, anxious and emotionally drained after dealing with the pandemic for many months."

Australian Macadamias Market Development Manager Jacqui Price says macadamias are ideally suited to meeting the demands of these trends.

"Our research showed that 60% of people globally and 64% in the USA believe they have the ability to not just manage their physical well-being but also mental wellness, so they want food that is going to sustain them and their frame of mind throughout the day," says Ms. Price. "Macadamias are the perfect mood-booster and stress-buster. Its fiber, heart-healthy fats, protein, vitamins and minerals offer many physical health benefits, while their velvety texture and creamy flavour make them an indulgent snack or ingredient, ideal for a range of food products."

It seems consumers also recognize these qualities. "It was exciting to discover that 53% of people consider macadamias to be a rich and delicious indulgence that is also good for your body," she says. "With consumers' desire for optimal wellness driving the increase in new products with on-pack wellness claims, macadamias make a great choice for food brands looking for an edge in this space."

About Australian Macadamias

Australia is the world's major producer of macadamia kernel and macadamias are Australia's fourth largest horticultural export. There are approximately 800 growers producing more than 46,000 tonnes per year, with 75% of the crop exported to more than 40 countries. Learn more at:

About new Australian Macadamias research

In late 2020, Australian Macadamias commissioned research based on 6014 individual surveys with consumers in Australia, China, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan and the USA. Conducted by the Singapore regional office of independent research agency Kantar, the research was conducted between August and October 2020 and findings delivered in December 2020.


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Presenting 7 living composers, 6 soloists, and an opera about a transgender woman, the Lowell Chamber Orchestra announces its most exciting season yet

LOWELL, Mass. -- After successfully ending an entirely virtual second season, the Lowell Chamber Orchestra returns to live concerts with "A Season of Inclusion," its third and most ambitious season to date.

In following with its mission of promoting new music and educating about established works, the Lowell Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Orlando Cela, will be presenting six entirely free concerts showcasing, among other things, seven works by living composers, six soloists, a wide variety of genres, and many well-known works, encompassing over 300 years of musical development

In order to promote the creation of new classical music, the LCO has commissioned composer Dana Kaufman for a brand new work. Kaufman, known for her masterful ability to blur the lines between classical and pop cultures, is the ideal creator for a work that intersects the styles of Baroque styles and contemporary music.

The season opens with another world premiere: Micah Roberts' "Hypernovae," a fantastic overture inspired by the cosmos, which also marks the conclusion of the LCO's first ever call-for-scores. Roberts' score was selected from over 120 compositions, which came from 9 different countries. Other featured living composers include Anna Clyne, Arnold Friedman, Mark Berger, Karl Henning, and Lowell's own Aaron Rosenberg.

The highlight of the season also features the work of well-known living composer, Laura Kaminsky. As One - the most produced opera in North America in the last eight years - is a timely and soul-stirring chamber work about the challenges, fears, and joys of its transgender protagonist. With a poignant and witty libretto by Mark Campbell and Kimberly Reed and film by Ms. Reed, As One is an unforgettable experience. And the LCO production of the opera is a special event: with singers Tona Brown and Rahzé Cheatham, it marks the first time a gender-expansive cast has performed the work.

Brown and Chatham are also two of the few soloists featured this season. Well-known works by Mozart and Shostakovich - featuring flutist Wei Zhao and pianist Pei-Yeh Tsai, respectively - will interweave with compositions that feature surprising instruments: Joseph Brent highlights the mandolin in Anna Clyne's mystical concerto, and Aldo Abreu epitomizes the subtle éclatthe recorder.

Finally, the LCO also preserves and educates about the classical musical traditions, and for that purpose, well-known masterpieces such as Mozart's Symphony No. 41 "Jupiter," Prokofiev's Symphony No. 1 "Classical," and Vaughan Williams' "Fantasy on a Theme by Thomas Tallis" can be heard in different venues across Lowell in the upcoming season.

Please visit to find out more about the aforementioned events, and more.

About the Lowell Chamber Orchestra:

The Lowell Chamber Orchestra is the city of Lowell's first and only professional orchestra. We provide the area with an ensemble that presents music at an extremely high level, of all styles and time periods, entirely free to the general population. Lowell is a gateway community, rich in cultural diversity but economically challenged in many respects so access to high-quality arts is essential. The interactive nature of the performances, is especially important for audiences who many not have enjoyed arts programming previously.

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Organic Aromas Pioneers Again With Exciting New Market Leading Products: Receives New Trademark For Raindrop Design And Vows To Fight The Fakes

BOISE, Idaho -- Organic Aromas® (, creator of the innovative nebulizing aromatherapy diffuser has once again introduced cutting edge products to the market. The Essential Oil Blending Lab Kit, The Attar Nebulizing Diffuser and the ultimate blending guide eBook are now available. The company has also received a new trademark for the Raindrop diffuser design.

The Essential Oil Blending Lab Kit

This is an ideal toolkit when you are practically looking to optimize your essential oil blending knowledge. Basically, you experiment with oils to come up with tailored blends that suit your lifestyle, taste and preference. This product contains handy glass tools and guiding stickers to ensure that you experiment effectively with various aromas to create, among others cleaning sprays, beauty hacks and many more. The kit is packaged in a compact container for easy use on the go.

The Attar Nebulizing Diffuser

The Attar Nebulizing Diffuser is a powerful 3-in-1 aromatherapy device. It is the largest diffuser in the market and works best in large spaces like conference rooms, theaters, warehouses, recreation centers and so on. This remarkable instrument is fitted with all the quality signature Organic Aromas diffuser features. It is uniquely made for large spaces and groups.

The Ultimate Blending eBook

This new e-guide is called "Transform Your Life With These Ten Therapeutic Essential Oil Blends." This blending resource is all you need to up your aromatherapy game. Enter the exciting world of fragrance notes and learn how to create winning therapeutic blends. This eBook guides you on how to activate the Blending Lab Kit. From safety information to the best blending practices, this product is paramount in adding vital blending skills to the user. Learn more:

New Trademark For Raindrop Nebulizing Diffuser Design

Organic Aromas is now the United States sole trademark holder of the remarkable and iconic Raindrop diffuser design. This unique shape and appearance is part of the story and the success of Organic Aromas. The certification protects the design and seeks to end the production of fakes and imitations in the market. Our customers deserve the very best quality Raindrop diffuser, and the new trademark will guarantee this.

Organic Aromas Cares About Your Health, Submits Essential Oils for Testing with 3rd Party Lab!

Organic Aromas essential oils have been tested/analyzed for quality and safety by PhytoChemia; an independent laboratory licensed in Canada. 2021 lab results confirm that the oils have NO contaminants, diluents or adulterants. We deeply care about our clients' health and safety. These laboratory results are available on our website for perusal before purchasing.

About Organic Aromas

Organic Aromas is the leading aromatherapy brand - maker of the iconic Nebulizing Diffuser. The company also sells a host of premium quality essential oils and aromatherapy accessories. This innovative company is always adding exciting products to its portfolio to enhance and promote effective aromatherapy.

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Organic Aromas, 1655 W. Fairview Ave. Ste 102, Boise, ID 83702

Mark Fackrell
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American Icon ‘Biker’s Bible’ EASYRIDERS Returns: New License Deal Brings Biker Lifestyle to The Masses

BROOKLYN, N.Y. -- GIT Corp., a publishing company out of New York, today announced a new partnership with ER71 USA. Inc. ("ER71") to license an exciting new monthly motorcycle magazine title that brings all the two-wheeled excitement of the motorcycle culture to the masses.

EASYRIDERS magazine has been known as the "biker's bible" for over 50 years. Now, CLASSIC EASYRIDERS will kickstart a new era of interest in motorcycling, drawing on its rich heritage as an integral part of entertaining the biker lifestyle it serves.

Publisher Ray Pelosi has brought back the original team of industry-leading editors including Dave Nichols, world famous motorcycle photographers such as Michael Lichter, and the original EASYRIDERS design team led by Regina Marsh and Carmelo Cadaudello to create a paper and digital monthly motorcycle magazine that is filled with custom bike features, action-packed biker runs, rallies and parties as only CLASSIC EASYRIDERS can bring them to you.

ER71 USA, Inc., the branding and marketing company behind EASYRIDERS, led by Pepper Foster, was looking for a way to bring the iconic magazine back after it ceased production in 2019. "We heard from our readers and supporters loud and clear," Pepper says. "They want their paper magazine back and we are proud to be partnering with the original editors and creative team to announce that EASYRIDERS is back. We're fired up!"

"I am ecstatic to be working with our original team to bring back the world's most iconic biker lifestyle magazine CLASSIC EASYRIDERS," says editor-in-chief Dave Nichols. "Our industry needs a paper magazine as well as a digital presence now more than ever before, to capture and promote the American motorcycle culture. We'll start off with issue 555 this December, which is where the old EASYRIDERS left off when it ceased publication in 2019."

While there will be no nudity as in the original EASYRIDERS, CLASSIC EASYRIDERS will bring readers the look and feel of biker magazines of the 1970s and '80s, with fresh new choppers, bobbers, classic motorcycles and the latest builds by today's top builders. The monthly magazine will also include interviews with biker legends and showcase motorcycle-related parts, products and accessories.

"I am thrilled to be working with Pepper Foster and ER71 on our second license deal for the EASYRIDERS brand and also excited to bring back and work with some of the finest talent in the motorcycle publishing industry," says publisher Pelosi.

The newly reimagined CLASSIC EASYRIDERS will be available for subscriptions and for sale through newsstands, convenience stores, books stores, and motorcycle shops as well as online across America and the world. "The original team who brought you EASYRIDERS magazine is back and burnin' rubber for 2022 with CLASSIC EASYRIDERS!" says Dave Nichols. "Join us for the ride of a lifetime!"

The first issue of CLASSIC EASYRIDERS will be available with the debut of the December 2021 issue, on sale November 19th. For more information or to subscribe, go to:

About GIT Corp.

In 2003, GIT Digital pioneered the digital revolution in the comic book industry with the line of Complete Comic Book Collection DVD-ROMs featuring the heroes of the Marvel Comics Universe. GIT's Complete Collections offered fans and collectors as many as 600-plus complete issues of these more than 40-year-old heroes on a single DVD.

Their line of best-selling collections included such iconic Marvel titles as The Amazing Spider-Man, X-Men, Fantastic Four, Captain America, The Incredible Hulk, The Avengers, Iron Man, Star Trek comics, The National Lampoon, MAD Magazine, Archie Comics, and more. GIT's Complete Comic Book Collection have themselves become collectibles, with some titles selling on the collector's market for as much as triple their original price.

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New Children’s Book Entitled ‘Adventure Zone’ Excites Experts with Its Fun Format to Explain Pediatric Therapies

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Authors Allison Klimowicz and Veronica Stanley-Hooper have written a children's book entitled "Adventure Zone" (ISBN: 979-8524737199). This book, written for parents and children from the ages of 6 to 12 years old, explains pediatric therapies in a fun, informative way.

The narrator is the main character and an explorer. She leads the reader through a day at Adventure Zone, a pediatric therapy office. The children in the story meet new friends and work with leaders (therapists) through various therapies to develop the skills they need to be successful in their everyday lives. This colorfully illustrated book is designed in parts and can be read as a story alone or as a story and a resource with definitions that explain terms that parents and children may experience when entering a pediatric therapy office.

Pediatric speech, physical, social, and occupational therapies are featured within the storyline. Adventure Zone is an excellent resource for children, parents, teachers, therapists, and doctors to explain pediatric therapies and to introduce discussions of varying abilities and acceptance.

Adventure Zone can be found on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle formats at the following link:

Quoted from the section about speech therapy-

Hazel felt different than the other kids at school and she didn't have many friends. ...Hazel knew this place (Adventure Zone) was different. Miss Mia spoke to Hazel as she would speak to any seven year old. Hazel had so much to say, but could not find the words. ...As Hazel left the treatment room, she passed a little girl in a wheelchair. Miss Mia said the girl's name was Lilly. Excited to talk to someone new, Hazel pushed a button. Her machine (AAC Device) said, "Hello." Both Lilly and Hazel smiled when Lilly replied, "Hello!"

From the authors:

"My entire goal is to demystify what children's therapy is. We want it (pediatric therapy) to become more of a daily language for everyone. We want every child to operate to the best of their abilities and everybody's ability is just a little bit different, and that's okay," says Author, Allison Klimowicz (30+ years in the medical field and owner of Kidz Therapy Zone, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania). Learn more:

"The 'Adventure Zone' book can be used to educate everyone about the benefits of pediatric therapies. I see it (the 'Adventure Zone' book) as a tool for parents, teachers, and therapists. Every child should hear this story to develop and understanding for these exceptional children," says Author, Veronica Stanley-Hooper (BS in education and over 30 years' experience in education and child development). Learn more:


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Free Online Scientology Courses in 18 Languages Can Help Mentors Equip Youth for Success

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- For UN World Youth Skills Day, celebrated July 15, the Church of Scientology International provides skills training resources for mentors, nonprofits and community programs to help youth improve their ability to learn new skills and survive in today's competitive and challenging world. These are available free of charge on the Scientology website at

According to the United Nations, youth employment fell 8.7 percent in 2020, and "young people aged 15-24 have been even more severely affected by the COVID-19 crisis than adults." This underscores the importance of World Youth Skills Day, celebrated annually since 2014.

In alignment with the purpose of this UN day, to "celebrate the strategic importance of equipping young people with skills for employment, decent work and entrepreneurship," the Church of Scientology International shares this free training. Available in 18 languages, these courses are based on technology developed by Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard to improve the quality of life.

Youth face different challenges in developing countries than those living in centers of commerce and industry, but no matter the culture or environment, these are basic skills to help youth succeed.

Each is introduced with a brief video that previews the skills covered in the course.

They can be viewed on the Scientology website,, and the Scientology Network at

There are 19 courses in all on the Scientology website, but those that relate most to forwarding the goals of World Youth Skills Day cover:
* How to learn, understand and successfully apply the skills of any subject
* The exact formula of successful communication and how to vastly improve the ability to communicate with anyone
* Tools for the workplace to help overcome exhaustion and regain enthusiasm for work
* How to set targets and achieve goals
* How to organize any activity for success
* Precise formulas to follow to improve conditions in any aspect of work or life
* How to discover the real reason behind failure and turn it around
* The key to gaining support from others for ideas and endeavors

Students move through courses at their own pace. Course materials are also integrated within the online course, and all are available free of charge. Anyone needing assistance with course assignments is welcome to contact the online course supervisor using a "Need help?" button.

"The Tools for the Workplace course was a great experience," wrote one student on completion of the course. "It was certainly a powerful read. It helped me realize that I could very easily overcome confusion, and better familiarize myself with and utilize any kind of machine or object I may be working with."

The Communication Course helped another student learn to "look for signs in other people that say they don't understand, and how to communicate properly so they will understand... So many people think that if they're talking, they're communicating, but there's so much more to it."

"Now I have much more understanding of my working environment and I can also help others," said yet another student.

Each of these courses on is based on technology developed by L. Ron Hubbard for bringing about positive change in the conditions of an individual's life. None of these courses depend on beliefs or faith. In Scientology, the emphasis is squarely on an exact application of its principles toward the improvement of one's life and the world in which we live.

The founder of the Scientology religion is L. Ron Hubbard and Mr. David Miscavige is the religion's ecclesiastical leader.


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Kidney Restore, A Science-Based Kidney Supplement Has Over 900 Positive Amazon Reviews, Helping 50,000+ To Support Good Kidney Health

WOOD-RIDGE, N.J. -- This scientific kidney supplement offers exceptional benefits to support good kidney health and paves the way for normal kidney function. Robert Galarowicz, a kidney sufferer and the founder of Healthy Kidney Inc., has created a breakthrough natural kidney remedy by combining the very best of kidney-restorative nutrients.

Kidney Restore is designed to tackle the critical areas that come with kidney disease while helping your kidneys rest and rejuvenate.

Trusted by thousands of people, Kidney Restore has proven to be the #1 natural solution for supporting optimal kidney health. With top-quality ingredients combined to naturally cleanse your kidneys, people with kidney disease can incorporate this kidney supplement to enhance their kidney health.

Each year, kidney disease kills more people than breast or prostate cancer. In 2013, more than 47,000 Americans died from kidney disease. One in seven Americans deals with kidney problems. Detecting kidney disease during the early stages can be difficult. High blood pressure and diabetes are the two leading causes for kidney disease.

Having kidney issues is not a death sentence. People with kidney problems live active lives and continue to do the things they love. Incorporating powerful kidney supplements like Kidney Restore can help support normal kidney function as the ingredients in Kidney Restore help tackle critical areas that you must address.

While many kidney supplements can be bought online, there is an unfavorable risk of buying the wrong product or the product being different from what the label says. Videos uncovering the lower than listed doses of supplements have flooded the internet. This makes finding a reliable kidney supplement even harder.

But starting today, kidney disease sufferers can safely rely on Kidney Restore as it maintains its consistent quality manufactured using GMP. Made in the USA, Kidney Restore is a premium-quality natural remedy for clearing out harmful kidney toxins in order to help support good kidney health.

Kidney Restore is available on Amazon or on the product website

About Kidney Restore

Kidney Restore is an eye-opening kidney supplement that helps individuals with kidney problems achieve good kidney health. With over 900 positive Amazon reviews, Kidney Restore is consistently bought by more than fifty-thousand people every month, all across the U.S. With prebiotics, probiotics, niacinamide, and a dash of sodium-bicarbonate, Kidney Restore has truly changed the lives of many living with kidney problems.

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CEO/President of the California Black Chamber of Commerce, Jay King, Liaisons Critical Support for Small Business Landmark, Hawkins House of Burgers

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Not many small Black businesses can boast five generations of family operation. But more importantly, Hawkins House of Burgers, ( ) established in 1939, has maintained decades of community service to its surrounding neighborhood, Watts, CA. So, when current restaurateur Cynthia Hawkins found herself on the other end of a Caltrans state issued decree requiring the removal of part of their building, so a 500 square foot patch of land beneath it could be appraised and sold at public auction, her terror was palatable.

Having barely survived operations during Covid, to now being confronted with this challenge, was like the onslaught of facing another pandemic all over again. Fortunately for the Hawkins family business, former Compton resident A.K. King, got wind of the dilemma via social media and reached out to Jay King, the CEO/President of the California Black Chamber of Commerce (CBCC)(

As the Chamber's CEO and president, King also sits on the Caltrans Small Business Council as the Chairman of the African American DBE Participation Committee for the California Department of Transportation. Staying true to the advocacy mission of the CBCC, King was able to reach out directly to Caltrans Director Toks Omishakin. The pending order to demolish the Hawkins' building has been halted and everyone is working on various resolutions concerning the matter. A petition ( and GoFundMe ( has been set up to support the 82 year old community institution.

"Because Cynthia Hawkins is a small Black business owner, this issue could have been viewed as racially discriminatory, when in fact it was not. In fact, small businesses across the state and the nation even, face matters that are more about miscommunication and bureaucracy then perhaps race and gender. Many small businesses understandably operate in a bubble implementing their day-to-day survival so the California Black Chamber of Commerce, like most business chambers of commerce, are many times underutilized resources. We are here to provide service and support to our constituents and the Hawkins Burgers' situation provides an exemplary case study of how winning resolutions can be accessible for all," explains Jay King, CEO/President of the CBCC.

"So many people came out and promised support and help," cites Cynthia Hawkins, the youngest of 14 children, who runs the restaurant with help from her two daughters and three grandchildren. "But it was Jay King who made things happen and made them happen quickly! As a small business operator, I never realized I had access to resources like Jay King and the Chamber. I am deeply grateful and just humbled quite honestly. The matter is not fully remedied yet, but King's support is like an answered prayer and a miracle for my family."

"Caltrans is not the bad guy here. In fact, there are no bad guys. Caltrans has a small business council, so what we witnessed was the council at work. As a member and chairman of their ad hoc committee, I was able to directly reach out to CalTrans and they responded immediately and halted the declaration for demolition. The system works when organizations and agencies in place do their job. In this case the organization was the CBCC and it did its job as a resource center and liaison and we will continue to find a real resolution to the matter, because it's what we are in place to do," notes King.

The Hawkins House of Burgers was originally a malt shop back in the early 1940's. The business was one of many family-owned enterprises over the past decades, before eventually becoming a full throttle restaurant business in 1984. The family's motto has always been "Take care of your community and they will ALWAYS take care of you," and it is this tradition that has lasted over eight decades. Cynthia Hawkins has lovingly continued with service that includes feeding the homeless; supporting local families with food and funds; offering scholarships to neighborhood kids; providing food to grieving families when tragedy occurs, particularly to those effected by gun violence; and notably offering jobs and training to the community residents. The Hawkins House of Burgers even offers discounts to Caltrans workers!

As the largest African American non-profit business organization, representing thousands of small and emerging businesses, affiliates and chambers of commerce throughout California, the CBCC is extremely concerned about the aftermath of Covid-19 which has immobilized and shut down businesses around the entire world. California is a large and crucial market. The California Black Chamber of Commerce has over 4,200 registered small businesses throughout the state. A large percentage of these businesses consist of sole proprietors who rely on their businesses' income to survive. COVID-19 has had an unforgivable impact on this already marginalized and fragile, small business community. From the mom-and-pop eateries, barbershops and corner stores, to business professionals, the impact of this pandemic is projected to decimate this entire workforce.

The California Black Chamber of Commerce is committed to helping small businesses survive through these uncertain times. Contact the California Black Chamber of Commerce at, via email at or call at 916-467-8878.

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