Girl talk in 2016 is off to a very great start. Starting in September 2016 Mira Bell and her “Girl Talk Movement” ambassadors held their first event in Wilmington at Jurvey Center. The second event was hosted at Creekwood Center and the last one was this past Saturday was at “Art off the Wall.” This all came from a post Mira Bell posted on Facebook months ago and everyone pulled together to show their support. This is a monthly event that helps young woman learn about themselves and support parents on an up hill battles of raising. With her team of #GirlTalkBrandAmbassadors in their #GirlTalkMovement Mira Bell gives special remarks about that days events.
Khalilah T. Olokunola & Crystal Cunningham really left the girls of Diamonds and Pearls EVENT feeling so EMPOWERED….The t-shirts the girls created were awesome! Thank you ladies your dedication to empowerment has put you in front of great men, I’m so honored we are able to have you lead the “I AM EMPOWERED” SECTION FOR Girl Talk Movement
Speechless….to all the beautiful women of the I AM AWARE TEAM… Elise Muhammad Tmbktu Ali Art Off-The Wall Monique Mo’Asia Simpson Azariah Solomon and many others that helped to play a part in bringing something so beautiful to life “A JOURNEY TO SELF-AWARENESS” We are MORE THAN SLAVES….this will be the first of many editions and to say thank you a million times is not enough. My gratitude stretches very far because you all have went above and beyond on the call.
S/o to my QUEENS Without a strong team you won’t get far, God has blessed me with a powerful group of women. #IAMEDUCATED Gwendolyn Kellam & Kagney Shantee were amazing thank you for your service today Girl Talk Movement appreciates what you bring to the organization. Thank you ladies again!
Elise Muhammad says I thank Allah first, and I thank the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and my M.G.T. Class. … I had the awesome privilege to serve with some beautiful gods over the last few weeks and it culminated in an astounding blessing for our little nieces, also gods; A FABULOUS SET and more, but I’m going to just focus on just the the set. Thank you BROTHER OTTO FIELDS, Sister Azariah Solomon, and my dad, Bill Freeman for allowing us the use of your authentic African garb, artifacts, amazing statues, drums, mud cloth wall hanging and more!! If anyone is looking for some incredible African ware, please see Otto Fields here in Wilmington on Greenfiled Street. He also makes custom cabinets!! He is a jewel of a man that did this for the community and the girls. I can’t thank you enough, Brother Otto! (I”ll post his information shortly, Allah willing!) Sister Lillian and Maria!! Met you last night and you were inspired to do an all nighter producing a FABULOUS “Entryway to Africa” way beyond our vision! THANK YOU! Sister Mira Bell and LeNita of Art Off-The Wall and all of those Melissa Freeman Cromartie you and Nuri Muhammad, too- Thank you again
Get around the corner at the Martin Luther Center in Wilmington NC Suprena Lenise Hickman and Stephanie W. had their “She Rocks” Event with special guest Sulondia Hammond (Sue-Ham) empowering girls in the community !
Special remarks from Suprena
Building an empire is not as easy as it looks but it’s sure worth every obstacle!
Yesterday was crazy busy, but amazing!
I can’t be everywhere so it takes a DEDICATED TEAM and that’s what I had. I’m grateful!
After getting through the day, my partner Stephanie W. and I treated our girls out to a night at Ruth’s Chris Steak House – Wilmington – North Carolina. We had a great time, the food and ambiance was amazing, and they got to experience something different.
Yesterday gave me life….it gave me hope…..so I shall keep on building this empire that God has shown me.
I’m literally living my dreams and people are being blessed because of it. This is why my blessings have been in overflow lately and I’m simply grateful. This was my sign to keep soaring high as the eagle God has created me to be.
If he is doing it for me then he can surely do it for you!
Good Job Ladies!!!