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NVUL Commemorates Three Life-Changing Events on #Juneteenth

Become a fan! Yesterday, the Northern Virginia Urban League commemorated the anniversary of three-life changing events in African-American American history: 150th anniversary of the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom (This is where MLK, Jr. delivered the historic “I Have a Dream” speech) 5th anniversary … Continue reading

Capital Pride’s 38th and My SECRET

38. That’s how many years Capital Pride, the annual LGBT pride festival held in Washington D. C. every year in June, is celebrating this month. Did you know that? 38 years? I didn’t. The website says it was started as a one-day festival by Deacon Maccubbin in 1975. I’ve seen reports of this year’s attendance for the … Continue reading

Pierre Garçon’s Inaugural All-White Charity Event – $30K raised!

Let me just say… I haven’t been around so many beautiful people since, well, since my last family reunion. 🙂 Last night, Esinahs Media Group hosted the ‘Inaugural All-White Charity Event” presented by Washington Redskins wide receiver, Pierre Garçon. The event benefited the programs and activities of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington. Pandit F. Wright, President & … Continue reading

6th Annual Roots Picnic – Solange, Macklemore, The Roots, Naughty by Nature and more!

…6th Annual Roots Picnic… The Pictures: What a party and a good time folks!!! It was super hot this weekend, but I loved it. The energy of the 6th Annual Roots Picnic was high and it was all love in the City of Brotherly Love… #FlyEaglesFly See who you recognize! I will say though, that … Continue reading