Coffee Break's Past, Present and Future

(Pictured Left to Right): Professional Dancer Sydney Duncan with Avant Chamber Ballet; Founder of PowerPointe Kenya W. Ross; Founder of Brown Girls Do Ballet Takiyah Wallace Has a month passed by, already? For those of you taking a peek for the first time, I hosted my third annual community event Coffee Break 2018 on National Coffee Day (September 29th) by teaming up with Brown Girls Do Ballet in Dallas, TX at Magnolias. Although this is my third year hosting this event, so many are still clueless about what Coffee Break is, and why I've been doing this since 2016. Like I mentioned in the beginning, a few of you are learning about this for the first time! I'll make this a little easier. Allo

How the price of a cup of coffee can strengthen this dance mentor program

Photo by: Aaron Pegg of Underground NYC Swimsuit by: Flagpole NYC Happy International Coffee Day! October 1st will count as the final day for anyone to donate to PowerPointe's online campaign Développé and Grab a Frappé benefiting Brown Girls Do Ballet's Scholarship Program. Honor International Coffee Day by donating the price of a cup of coffee, which can keep this scholarship and mentor program on the rise. Before it ends, we have chosen to highlight one of this nonprofit organization's mentors from Dance Theatre of Harlem - Ingrid Silva. Ingrid Silva is a professional ballerina with Dance Theatre of Harlem in New York, and back in 2017, she was featured on the cover of Pointe Magazine's J

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