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Hitting the High Notes 

Thursday, October 4

The National Association of Black Females in Music and Entertainment brings its 2007 International Women's Leadership Summit to Charlotte. Industry leaders will be on hand to discuss tough issues related to the business and help with power networking and career development. Events include topics such as starting your own business, understanding black men's feelings towards media depictions, and Women Who Jam! which will feature the musical talent of signed and unsigned artists. Nona Hendryx will be celebrated as the winner of the NABFEME Shero award. Having begun her work with The Supremes, Hendryx used edgy and empowering lyrics to stay on the cutting edge in the music world, and was also the co-creator of Rythmbank Entertainment. Hilton Charlotte Center City Hotel, 222 E. Third St. 704-377-1500. Register online to attend at www.nabfeme.org.

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