Denver Community Publication Announces Cool Black Party Parties Across the U.S. to Celebrate President Barack Obama

Arts and Entertainment

December 10, 2016

Denver, CO, - The Denver Urban Spectrum (DUS) and the Denver community invite businesses and organizations to plan a Cool Black Party in honor of America's first Black President, Barack Hussein Obama. The general population across the country is invited to participate in unison on January 20, 2017 to celebrate the historic journey of the country's most loved and admired First Family. On Friday, January 20, 2017 President Obama will end his last day in office as the 44th President of the United States.

Denver Urban Spectrum publisher Rosalind "Bee" Harris says, "We will celebrate and focus on the legacy of President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama and their effect on America. The two have accomplished much over the last eight years and it's time to say thank you and give them the biggest going away party we can."

Co-organizer Caroline Price says, "Gather with family and friends at your favorite restaurant, nightclub, coffee shop, church, library, office or home to recognize, reflect and celebrate President Obama's legacy. Get creative, have contests and have fun. Wear your cool black sunglasses and get your swag on at a Cool Black Party community celebration near you. Let's make it big for Barack."

Participants, who want to list their Cool Black Party event in the award-winning Denver Urban Spectrum's January 2017 issue honoring Barack and Michelle Obama, email  by December 20, 2016. For more information, email  or call 303-292-6446. For more information on the Cool Black Party, visit . For more information on Denver Urban Spectrum, visit