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Black History Month Movie Screening Community Fundraiser and Awards Ceremony NO MORE VIOLENCE NO MORE PAIN, a Farah Dews Film
Saturday, February 16th, 2013 Red Carpet Time 6:00 pm Award Ceremony 7:00 pm Movie Screening 7:30 pm … Live Performance & Gala 9:00 pm
Red Carpet Movie Screening Gala Fundraiser and Awards Ceremony The Bayview Opera House in collaboration with the Artie Mae Dews Health Arts & Violence Prevention Program invite you to the Red Carpet Gala Fundraiser Award Ceremony and Movie Premiere of No More Violence No More Pain starring R&B Singer Lenny Williams, Antwon Perry, Rappers San Quinn, Turf Talk, Big Rich & Infamous with Rudy Corpuz, Anndretta Lyle, Cami Herron Chiles and Producer Director Farah Dews.
All proceeds from this event will fuel the collective missions of the Dare 2 Dream ARTS Youth Enrichment Program & The Artie Mae Dews Health Arts & Violence Prevention Program. For more information on how you can become a sponsor or for group tickets rates, please contact Rebecca at 415-824-0386 or Farah Dews 415-708-7645.
Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre 4705 Third Street, San Francisco, CA 415.824.0386 www.bvoh.org
Debuting the R&B Group “Young & O.G.” Fundraiser for BVOH, Dare 2 Dream ARTS Youth Enrichment Program, and Artie Mae Dews Health Arts and Violence Prevention Program.
“Let my ceiling be your floor,” were the words spoken by Dr. Lonise Bias to the youth at the 2012 Southwestern Black Leadership Conference. These words speak huge volumes to the African American youth of today. We are where we are today because we stand on the strong backs of those who came before…
Black History Month is an observance of the history of the African diaspora in a number of countries outside of Africa. Since 1976, it is observed annually in the United States and Canada in February, while in the United Kingdom it is observed in October. In the U.S., Black History Month is also referred to as African-American History Month.
On Monday, August 22, 2011 a dream was realized when soldier for equality, justice and peace was memorialized on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. along side the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial on the Tidal Basin and across from the Jefferson Memorial. Dr. King represents each & every American who actually believes in equality for all men & women and all those who fought and died for that belief. I present these clips I captured for proof that the dream lives on!