EVENT SPONSORS

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GOLD SPONSOR

Ebony Pyramid Entertainment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Board of Directors of Project Briggs, Inc. is proud to announce Gold Sponsor to its #POWER30 - The Best of Washington Edition. Ebony Pyramid Entertainment is one of, if not, the longest running African-American LGBTQ destination travel and entertainment organizations, in the USA. Featuring cruises, ski trips, world-wide destination events, community socials, charitable fundraisers, as well as entertainment productions and product promotions.

"Our organization is pleased to have Ebony Pyramid Entertainment as a Gold Sponsors for this event. This will be the beginning  of many relationships with Project Briggs, Inc. to come in 2020 and beyond", says Abdur- Rahim Briggs, Executive Board and CEO of Project Briggs, Inc.

Under the leadership of DaJuan Patrick Xavier looks forward to continuing its extend its amazing work in the Black LGBT Community. Ebony Pyramid Entertainment is proud to sponsor #POWER30 - The Best of Washington Edition. Project Briggs, Inc. and its Board looks to be a long time advocate and promoter of Ebony Pyramid Entertainment activities and it behooves us to support those who support us. 

BRONZE SPONSOR

The Board of Directors of Project Briggs, Inc. is proud to announce Bronze Sponsor to its #POWER30 - The Best of Washington Edition. One Woman, Many Voices (OWMV) was founded by Beverly M. White (Miss Chocolate).  OWMV was created to Break the Silence on Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence.  After experiencing the trauma of being in an abusive Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) relationship in 2014, she found out that there are many cases that go unreported and especially in the LBGTQI community.  She found out that the victims - men and women - are oftentimes afraid to tell the authorities, their friends and their families of the abuse.  She knew that this had to be addressed.  She vowed to be an advocate and tell the stories of the many voices of this abuse. 

As defined by the Centers for Disease and the World Health Organization, Intimate Partner Violence is domestic violence by a current or former spouse or partner in an intimate relationship against the other spouse or partner. IPV can take a number of forms, including physical, verbal, emotional, economic and sexual abuse. The World Health Organization also defines IPV as "... any behaviour within an intimate relationship that causes physical, psychological or sexual harm to those in the relationship, including acts of physical aggression, sexual coercion, psychological abuse and controlling behaviors." 

OneWoman, Many Voices will Break the Silence on this abuse. OWMV will use their resources to teach, consult and provide the necessary tools in conjunction with Domestic Violence Agencies to assist the victims of Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence. 

 

OWMV will have their website and and social media available this coming spring 2020.

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