Thursday, October 31, 2013

Lou Fields 20th anniversary Black Heritage Program: It’s a November 10th Black History Event!

It’s a November 10th Black History Event! 
Location: National Great Blacks in Wax Museum, Baltimore, MD
Date: Sunday. Nov 10, 2013 Time: 2:00pm-6:00pm

Bring your children and they will more about Baltimore’s Black History including….
· Learn how Leon Day Negro League Park was created.
· Learn how Harriet Tubman Day in MD was established & celebrated since 2000.
· Learn how the Greater Baltimore Black Chamber of Commerce got its start.
· Learn how the Black Writers Guild of MD was founded.
· Learn how the Frederick Douglass Walking Tour, Trail and Markers were created.
· Learn how Buffalo Soldier Day in MD was founded.
· Learn about the proposed Baltimore Black Heritage Trail.
· Learn how the Black Dollar Exchange re-directs our dollars to our community.
· Learn about the Charm City Culinary Tourism program: A TASTE of SOUL.
· Learn where Negro Mountain is and how it was established.
· Learn how Dr. Lillie Carroll Jackson Civil Rights Museum was restored.
· Learn about the annual MD Small Business Summit & Expo & the Raymond V. Haysbert, Sr. Business Awards.
· Learn about the Langston Hughes Africentric Literary Forum & Book Fair.
· Celebrate Lou Fields 20th anniversary in Baltimore Black Tourism & African American heritage preservation!

 (Black History Program, Sun, Nov 10, 2pm-6:pm @ Great Blacks in Wax Museum.  Celebrate Lou Fields’ 20th anniversary in Tourism, Black History, Business Networking)
Who’s coming…representatives from…..
Morgan State University
Delaware State University
Sojourner Douglass College
Reginald Lewis Museum of MD African American History & Culture
Howard University
Sisters 4 Sisters Business Network
 Association for the Study of African American Life & History
National Council of Negro Women….Baltimore Chapter
World Pay Merchant Services
Traci Lynn Fashion Jewelry
Organo Gold
Door Prizes from Great Black in Wax Museum, Hospitality & Leisure, Travel & Tourism
Dance performances, spoken word and re-enactors
Dr. Bradley Skelcher, Associate Provost, Delaware State University
Dr. Dale G. Green, Associate Professor, Morgan State University
Dr. LaVonne Leslie, Howard University
Vincent O. Leggett, Blacks of the Chesapeake Foundation
Baltimore City Councilman William Welch
Charlie Dugger & Students
Ertha Harris - Chair of the Local Organizing Committee of the Million Man March and Host of the Tight Knit Movement Radio Show
Baltimore County Councilman Ken Oliver

Lou Fields, author, MD BLACK FACTS BOOK: 1634-2010
Lawanda Gresham, Jerha Couture, Fashions/Jewelry Designer
James Haynes, Organo Gold, Health & Wellness
Jerry Stanley, Links of Hieritage Cufflinks& Pins
Ann Ferguson, Women Fashions &  Accessories?
George Matthews, Compro Tax Services
Gail W. Crockett, Traci Lynn Fashion Jewelry
Ruby Shaw, Mahagony Exchange Out of Africa Boutique
Latasha Hibbert Accounting Service
Attendees     [over 200 peole will attend)
Michele Brown, Office of Barbara Mikulski
Vincent O. Leggett, Blacks of the Chesapeake Foundation
Richard Rowe, African American Leadership Institute, SDC
Manny Moore, Insurance Specialist
Glinda & Fred Jackson, Credit Counselors
Arnold Jolivet, Business Advocate
Vanessa Hicks, Landlord Lead Inspector
Jerome Redd, Author, Actor, Comedian
Koli Tengalla, Founder/Director The Kujichagulia Project
Sean A. Stinett, Gillette Dickens, Tamara Neal, Marlear Altson, Daminga Williams, Tara Pannell, Patricia Burns, more-----
Peggy Morris, Terry Tabor and S4S Inc. plus 100 or more folks! 
To reserve exhibit table or tickets: email:

Tickets: $35.00pp (children 1/2 price) includes food, music, vendors, presentations, speakers, awards

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