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Kenneth
Yarbrough

Writer, Photographer & Website Design

Kenneth Yarbrough Photograph

Superior writer/editor skilled in the creation of newsletters, press releases, news articles, and websites.

Architect of political legislation, including public safety ordinances, hearing orders, and resolutions honoring thousands of individuals, organizations, political figures, and religious leaders.

Photographer and website designer fluent in Microsoft Word, Publisher, and Power Point, Wordpress, HTML5, CSS3, and most social media.

Kenneth Yarbrough

Writer & Website Design

Kenneth Yarbrough Photograph

Superior writer/editor skilled in the creation of newsletters, press releases, news articles, and websites.

Architect of political legislation, including public safety ordinances, hearing orders, and resolutions honoring thousands of individuals, organizations, political figures, and religious leaders.

Photographer and website designer fluent in Microsoft Word, Publisher, and Power Point, Wordpress, HTML5, CSS3, and most social media.

Boston City Councillor Charles C. Yancey and Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick.
Boston City Councillor Charles C. Yancey and Boston Mayor Raymond Flynn.
Boston Mayor Thomas Menino and Boston City Councillor Charles C. Yancey.
Mayor Marty Walsh, Globe reporter Meghan E. Irons, and Councillor Charles C. Yancey.
Boston City Councillor Charles Yancey and US Representative Barney Frank.
City Councillors Chuck Turner, Maura Hennigan, Felix Arroyo, and Charles C. Yancey.
Boston City Councillors Charles C. Yancey, Felix Arroyo, Sam Yoon, and Chuck Turner.
City Councillors Felix Arroyo, Tito Jackson, Charles C. Yancey, and Ayanna Pressley.
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African Dinner

Follow Kenneth Yarbrough as he visits African Restaurants across the country and devours some of the healthiest and tastiest cuisines in the world.

Studies have shown that an African diet rich in vegetables, fruits, beans, herbs, spices, and traditional sauces, significantly reduces the likelihood of developing chronic, diet-related conditions such as stroke, cancer, heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, and obesity.

Yarbrough founded African Dinner in 2011 to help publicize the existence of nearly 1,200 African Restaurants throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe.

His mission is to introduce everyone in the country to African Cuisines' amazing flavors and significant health benefits.

Since developing African Dinner six years ago, he has been blessed to experience the delicious and nutritious cuisines of several nations, including Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Cape Verde, Senegal, Uganda, Eritrea, Liberia, Nigeria, Somalia, Ethiopia, and Sierra Leone.

You can find an African restaurant near you at African Dinner.com.

Kenneth I. Guscott dies

Boston activist and entrepreneur, Kenneth Guscott, died in a fire on March 6, 2017 at his home in Milton, Massachusetts. He was 91.

Kenneth Guscott Photograph

Guscott, a native of Boston, was born to Jamaican parents who migrated from Portland, Jamaica. He served as Honorary Consul for Jamaica to Massachusetts from 1991 to 2010. He led trade missions to Jamaica and facilitated and hosted reverse trade missions to Boston, where he introduced Jamaican products and investment opportunities to the Boston Community and to Massachusetts government agencies.

Guscott was a leading business entrepreneur of color in the City of Boston. He founded Long Bay Management Company, which owns and manages over 1,000 multi-family housing units.

Guscott directed the Boston Branch of the NAACP during the Civil Rights Movement and was responsible for designing and developing the NAACP’s Positive Program for Boston.

African Dinner

Follow Kenneth Yarbrough as he visits African Restaurants across the country and devours some of the healthiest and tastiest cuisines in the world.

Studies have shown that an African diet rich in vegetables, fruits, beans, herbs, spices, and traditional sauces, significantly reduces the likelihood of developing chronic, diet-related conditions such as stroke, cancer, heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, and obesity.

Yarbrough founded African Dinner as a hobby in 2011 to help publicize the existence of nearly 1,200 African Restaurants throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe.

His mission is to introduce everyone in the country to African Cuisines' amazing flavors and significant health benefits.

Since developing African Dinner six years ago, he has been blessed to experience the delicious and nutritious cuisines of several nations, including Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Cape Verde, Senegal, Uganda, Eritrea, Liberia, Nigeria, Somalia, Ethiopia, and Sierra Leone.

You can find an African restaurant near you at African Dinner.com.

Kenneth I. Guscott dies

Boston activist and entrepreneur, Kenneth Guscott, died in a fire on March 6, 2017 at his home in Milton, Massachusetts. He was 91. Kenneth Guscott Photograph

Guscott, a native of Boston, was born to Jamaican parents who migrated from Portland, Jamaica.

Guscott served as Honorary Consul for Jamaica to Massachusetts from 1991 to 2010 and he led trade missions to Jamaica and facilitated and hosted reverse trade missions to Boston, where he introduced Jamaican products and investment opportunities to the Boston Community and to Massachusetts government agencies.

Guscott was a leading business entrepreneur of color in the City of Boston. He founded Long Bay Management Company, which owns and manages over 1,000 multi-family housing units.

Guscott directed the Boston Branch of the NAACP during the Civil Rights Movement and was responsible for designing and developing the NAACP’s Positive Program for Boston.

Copyright 2017 Kenneth Yarbrough

Copyright 2017 Kenneth Yarbrough