Saturday, November 5, 2016 goes down in history as forever the day The Royalty Project commenced it’s first “Crowning”.
Founder and Visionary Jacqueline Jackson came up with an idea to encourage our youth of color in a week by week initiative. Each week was orchestrated in Harlem, New York with urban youth and mentors of different backgrounds to cultivate open minds on what it is to be Royal and A youth of color in today’s World. Following the series of sessions , a finale was held at Sugar Hill Children’s Museum in Harlem where the youth were crowned by their assigned mentors. My daughter Charity Campbell-Goodman was one of the participants and I must say it was definitely worth all those early mornings rushing to get her there. Salute to Jacqueline Jackson, you can see more about The Royalty Project by following them on social media: instagram/@jdoubleup … instagram/theroyaltyproject
@iamword_ x @sofia_dacosta at her family Restaurant Mateus
Sunday, We celebrated with our Councilman I. Daneek Miller for his birthday and oh what a delight it was.
Grateful for the relationships I have from childhood, Sofia Dacosta was a sight to see, grew up with her in school (P.S. 18 Q) Her father runs the food establishment
“Mateus Portuguese Restaurant&Bar”
222-07 Jamaica Avenue, right in Queens Village,New York. The food is absolutely delicious and made with love, the wine especially Red Wine (Cabernet) taste amazing and their hospitality is impeccable. For all your event needs this spot is definitely a place of decor and great service, connect with them for details to setup your next event.
Tonight …. On the Spot w/Joyaduhhh host @Joyaduhhh interviews the mayor of Queens, the plug , the Dot Connector, Head Engineer and Owner @teardropz718 8pm-10pm #tunein
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