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#NipseyHussle Spirit–Giving Back to the MS Gulf Coast

There are so many people who don’t get enough recognition. Not because no one cares but because we may take these people for granted. In light of the death of Nipsey Hussle—LA philanthropist & rapper—who was gunned down, I started thinking about people, who also play a hand in my hometown— Moss Point, MS. Upon dying, it has been revealed that the ‘Victory Lap’ rapper has impacted/employed over 40,000 people. As a lover of his community, I could not help but think about those who love the country town. From…

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The Fourth Annual Caution Wet Paint Bay Area/ATL

The Fourth Annual Caution Wet Paint Bay Area/ATL is in the books. The venue was packed to the wall. But that’s just Marci doing what Marci does and that’s selling out events. This year’s Wet Paint was nothing short of amazing.  The event brought out black-owned business owners, designers, and performers.  VIP guests were greeted with beautiful gift bags and provided up front seating to the show. There were several highlights of the evening. Everyone was sent into a buying frenzy after Rory Spans Psychotic Legend set, which featured shoes,…

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FOCUSED AND FEARLESS BRUNCH

The books are officially closed on another Focused and Fearless Brunch.  Thank you to everyone that supported the event. Whether you purchased a ticket, shared it on your page or simply told someone about it, Thank you!  I would also like to thank the phenomenal guest authors, Dr. Carleah East, Stephanie A. Wynn, Lisa McClendon, and Monica Rhodes.  The staff at the Birchwood were amazing. Their service was A1.  The food was fresh and delicious. I left inspired and understanding just how important it is to share your story. Never…

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A Young Woman Ready to Leave Her Social Footprint by Helping Others

The beautiful thing about hardships is that they are great for developing an attitude of toughness and increasing ones ability to overcome when others may be subdued.   They are also great for producing the desire to want to help others succeed. Such is the case for Chosen Womanhood’s Founder and Executive Director Angelica Davis.  A young woman ready to make her social footprint by helping others. People can say what they want about our young people or “millennials”, but I have met some amazing individuals along my journey. Young…

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Community Jewels: The Very Resources You Need Are Right In Front You. #BurgInspired

It never ceases to amaze me the amount of talent  and love that people have not only for the city, but for those that reside in it. Speakers, entrepreneurs, community activists, authors, musicians, educational professionals  and medical professionals  that have  enough passion and will to act on that passion is a beautiful thing to witness. These people are in fact our “Community Jewels”. Initially, I had planned to attend and cover a  Mansion Party, hosted by Fashion Designer Sherri, of Styles by Sherri. Unfortunately, the event had to be rescheduled;…

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