January 15, 2018 – Motor House
Pictured (LtoR) Darren Blackwell, LyfeMed Group owner; and Karen Gilliam, DC-based sales representative
Pictured (LtoR) Derrick Chase, Stand Up Baltimore founder; and Sadiq Ali, MENTOR Maryland director
Pictured (LtoR) Alexander Blanc, WEAA “For The Culture” producer; and “Larkis”, Evolutionary Artworks owner/operator
Pictured (LtoR) Dr. Helena Hicks, civil rights activist; Farajii Muhammad, WEAA “For The Culture with Farajii” host; and Isiah George, WEAA remote producer, broadcasting live from the event
Pictured (LtoR) Sandi Mallory, WEAA director of public service/community engagement; and Joe Cooper, The Joe Cooper Project reggae jazz band leader
Pictured (LtoR) Malik hall, Friendship Public Charter School dean of students; and Dr. Lamar Shields, Fades & Fellowship co-founder/curator/The Cambio Group founder
Pictured (LtoR) Dr. David Holliday, Howard University Hospital anesthesiologist; and Meshelle, “The Indie Mom of Comedy”/standup comedian/actress
Pictured (LtoR) Darius Wilmore, Fades & Fellowship co-founder; and “Brawl,” Baltimore barber/event host
Fades & Fellowship celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. day with an evening of music, storytelling, performances, and socializing at the Motor House. The evening ended with a happy birthday cake for the late civil rights leader.
The celebration ended with a birthday cake. To see the gathering sing Stevie Wonder’s “Birthday Song,” click here.