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Weekend of Service

It's that time again!!
October 4-5, 2014
The 2nd Annual "Weekend of Service".
I have always been passionate about giving back to my community and city who have done so much for me. God has blessed each of us with many talents but I truly feel that those very talents are to be used for the benefit of us all. Equally.

The Kick Off:
"Show Up, Clean Up"

The 928 Project will be out in full effect in its efforts to beautify our "Inner City" communities. These are the very communities that have educated some of  the prominent black judges, lawyers, doctors, and entertainers.

Be there as we help clean up the Westside!!

And the return of "Sistah's Chat" 

This is truly an event that is straight from my heart. We have had some phenomenal panelist!! Authors, Entreprenuers, Musician, Motivational Speakers, etc. Each has come ready to give "the real", discuss prevalent issues, and solutions/ideas to bring forth change. This is a "Special Edition" because so many things have taken place since the last chat in March and also we have an OUTSTANDING group of Brotha's who will be joining us.

All apart of giving back. .
There is a transitional housing program for women/children that is dear to my heart. A wonderful facility that aids women in overcoming current obstacles to get their lives back on the right track and also providing housing, meals, programming, etc. for not only them but their children as well. I have a list of items that they need. These are items they go through on a weekly basis and need. I ask that anyone who would like to donate PLEASE bring your items to "Sistah's Chat" or simply email me.
Here is the list:

I hope to see some of you out next weekend and Let's have an AWESOME te giving back to those who need and bring unity through giving back to our communities!!

Love and Light~*


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