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BLACK STREET  caters to showcasing greatness within the Black community. We are an outlet which focuses on many facets to highlight our community’s greatness. Be it features on our websites, a Black Tie Awards Ceremony, workshops, and expos, BLACK STREET aims to empower the Black community! Notable individuals in which we have honored in the past are: Actor, Philanthropist, & Author- Isaiah Washington, Essence Magazines Editor At Large- Mikki Taylor, Black Girls Rock Founder- Beverly Bond, CBS TV Personality and WEEN Co-Founder- Sabrina Thompson, New York State Senator Kevin Parker, and TV Legal Analyst- Midwin Charles. Many of those whom we’ve honored and awarded, have worked for and/or with notable brands such as the Obama Administration, BET, CNN, MSNBC, Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week, NY TIMES, Essence Magazine, BRAVO TV, TV One, Food Network, Black Enterprise, New York Urban League, NBC, the renown television show: SMASH, Mike Bloomberg, NAACP and many more!

BLACK STREET is an online publication catered to showcasing greatness within the Black community. Although there are many outlets catered to the Black community, not many showcase individuals the way shown on the website. With an extensive mission, they plan to cater to their community through many facets. Be it mentorship programs, fundraisers, collaborations with other non-profits, panel discussions, awards ceremonies, expos, and various other empowering and uplifting projects. Not merely a website, BLACK STREET is well on it’s way to becoming a movement.

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Judith Jacques

At a very tender age Judith Jacques, with an esteemed entrepreneurial spirit, began her business as a Wedding Planner. She overcame cancer and utilized that experience as a stepping stone rather than a crippling one. Doing what she does best, she has given all of her clients a wonderful and nurturing experience, through her creativity and great work ethics. Substantiating her ability to deliver the most unique events, and providing each client with the most well executed and stress free environment. She has proven to be one of the most sought after Event Planners. She caters to the most elite and prominent individuals within the tri-state areas within NYC & NJ.

Judith also caters to her community. From her years back in high school to this current day she has served her community and surrounding communities. She is currently the Co-Founder & Communications Chair of the Non-profit called Bel Ti Fi “Pretty Young Girl” Empowerment Committee. The organization’s focus is to empower, uplift, and enlighten Haitian American women living in the United states. Judith, in her role, is responsible in aiding with the branding of the organizations mission and goals. The Committee has also partaken in international philanthropic roles, aiding in the rebuilding of Haiti.

Utilizing her great “people skills” as well as her passion for the empowerment of the Black community, Judith is the CEO of BLACK STREET. This was created solely to cater to the Black Community. Their goal is to provide an outlet which enforces, enlightens, encourages, and educates the Black community. Their focus in the love, arts, politics, education, and the food & culture are key components that hold the Black Community together. All of these components will be highlighted. Hence, making BLACK STREET a Movement and not merely a website. BLACK STREET’s main focus is showcasing prominent Black individuals as well as individuals of Black decent who are doing positive things within their community. BLACK STREET isn’t particular about the individuals featured. There is no discrimination of gender nor industry as long as it positively reflects and represents the beauty and diversity within our community. Yes there are many outlets who cater to the Black community, but not like this one. Their goal is to highlight as many people from as many industries as possible. Teachers, Nurses, Coaches, Pastors are examples of individuals who wouldn’t normally be featured for their Greatness. BLACK STREET believes their roles are essential in the growth and positivity of the Black community. These individuals are provided with a voice through a common outlet: BLACK STREET.

Judith Jacques, with a concentration in Public Relations. has worked diligently to brand herself as a prominent and successful entrepreneur. She works hard to ensure client satisfaction and in building her brand. She works in a range of industries and wears many hats. She is a multi-talented young woman who engages daily with prominent and like-minded individuals who she can learn from as well as build beneficial relationships with.

Judith equips and instills in her daily the tools that will make her successful. Her Motto’s: “Building My Empire!” & “Make It Happen”…. Are exactly what she plans on doing!


6 responses to “About

  1. Seth London

    April 8, 2011 at 3:56 pm

    i shoot Darius Wobil during fashion week if u need any mre picss…

    as well i will love to shoot r be interviewed for /blackstreetonline

  2. Seth London

    April 8, 2011 at 3:57 pm

    I am NY based photographer. What makes my photography unique is I style the male models that I shoot. I give them more of a model feel and an agency standard shoot. I shoot clean and compose all elements into one shoot to make it affective.
    As a photographer, I am an artist.. Please don’t hesitate to contact me at your earliest convenience, so that we can discuss a possible collaboration.

    Works can be located @

    Seth London

  3. Michael Charles

    May 13, 2011 at 2:10 pm

    I’m proud of you! Keep it up and I’ll see you at the top!

  4. Robert Alexander

    December 7, 2011 at 11:09 am

    Hello. We strive to help youth in need with our free services. We also offer gift cards to help families buy things like groceries and gas. We help purchase backpacks for schools. We want to help more people, so we’d like to extend our free services out to everyone we may have missed. Not too many people will step up and help others without charging them money. We strive to make a difference in children’s lives, because they are our future. Thank you for allowing this post. In the meantime we’ll be busy out serving the community. Happy Holidays Everyone!

  5. Barbara De Laleu

    March 16, 2012 at 12:28 pm

    Great Job!!! I love your spirit and commitment to the community! #HaitiStandUp


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