April Black Power Happy Hour

April Black Power Happy Hour

Hosted by Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle

April 26, 2018 – Terra Cafe

Terra Cafe’s back room was filled with entrepreneurs, business and community leaders, who enjoyed some food and drink while networking and supporting one another at the April Black Power Happy Hour, presented by Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle.

Pictured (LtoR) Anthony T. Pressley, Druid Heights Community Development Corporation executive director; and Ashlee Johnson, Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle director of community engagement/event co-host

Pictured (LtoR) Nadirah Smith, Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle chief operating officer/event co-host; and Sonja Sohn, actress/director/activist

Pictured (LtoR) Levane Tate, McCormick blending technician; Patrice tate, Verizon senior analyst; and Tiffani Tate, Trice’s Treasures owner

Pictured (LtoR) Jamila Sams, Go to Ms. Sams Inc. Education Consulting CEO; Tia L. Blue, Baltimore-based author/licensed therapist; and Noni Robinson, Robinson Nutrition Group founder/owner/nutritionist/personal chef

Pictured (LtoR) Nicole Stokes, Lotus Bliss owner/massage therapist; and Kelly Robinson, NFM Lending quality control auditor

Pictured (LtoR) Gary Downes, freelance photographer; and Leonard C. Wilson, Chromosoul graphic designer/photographer

Pictured – Cynthia Black, Karrington & Kenneth Ideas, Inc. CEO (below); and Eula McDowell, The Big Bean Theory owner/chef (above)

Pictured (LtoR) Hanifah Parker-Morrison, Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle bookkeeper; and Ayana Parker-Morrison, New York Theatre Workshop producing fellow/film & theatre producer

Pictured (LtoR) Terence Dickson, Terra Cafe owner; and Renny Bass, Downtown Cultural Arts Center owner

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.