Black Girls Let's Talk
Saturday, 25 October 2014 from 12:00 to 17:30 (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
BLACK GIRLS LET'S TALK!
(In association with Black History Month)
VENUE: Holiday Inn, 10a Chestnut Plaza,
London E20, 1GL
TIME: Doors open at 12.00 noon
Black Girls Let’s Talk is a much anticipated event that you cannot afford to miss! The event will feature exclusive guest panellists.
The event aims to cover the following topics;
- Self Esteem and Confidence (Discussion regarding colourism and the confusion around this topic, Weight and Body Image )
- Skin Bleaching (The meteoric rise in the amount of women bleaching their skin and the issues surrounding this)
- Weave vs. Natural Hair (The constant clash between women who wear their natural hair or weave’s)
- Building successful relationships (The need to deal with deep seated issues surrounding relationships with partner, parents, friends, work colleagues and more).
- Business and Enterprise (Learning new ways to build a successful business)
Speakers on the day include:
- Rachel -Yvonne Mcintosh (Host)
- Ayoola Bakare (Model, Freelance Producer and Creative Consultant)
- Chantell Simone Graham (Professional Make-up Artist and beauty therpaist)
- Alice Favour (Make-up Artist and Beauty Writer)
- Katrina Emmanuel (Founder of Mane Divas)
- Tamara Plummer (Founder of Mane Divas)
- Rianna Henry (Published Hair Stylist)
- Mary Oluwawo (Founder of Papa Chi Chi Style)
- Nana Nayoka Oware (Radio Presenter, Voice of Africa Radio)
- Opy Onas (Founder of Proten UK)
- Joshua Ajitena (Founder of Genero Living)
- Abigail Shillingford (Director of Golden Marketing Consultancy)
- Hannah Awonuga (Founder of Rare Beaut)
Limited Tickets Are Available!!!!!!!
For more information email; firstname.lastname@example.org
Young Ladies Club
YLC (Young Ladies Club) is a new innovative interactive club that seeks to empower young ladies in areas of: Entrepreneurship, Education, Careers and Personal Dvelopment .The club interacts with young ladies on a technological platform through Facebook and Youtube and also through social interactions such as events, seminars and motivational talks.
YLC (Young Ladies Club) have already hosted successful events and seminars, partnering with corporate giant Microsoft TWICE to host one of the most successful Employability Events for over 100 young women.
As if that was not already enough Young Ladies Club have partnered with other exclusive organisations to bring more exciting events and seminars to young ladies. Other partners include the following;
- Kings College London
- University of Hertfordshire
- and much more.