Moderator: Eddie Rhodman, Jr.
Panelists: Breion Moses, Latashia DeVeaux, Marissa Wallace, and Pamela Chinawah.
The Fyli Tribe joined together to celebrate Diversity in Entertainment. We heard from top creative and business talent extending across cultures. The conversation touched base on culture, religion, experience, skills sets and gender. We heard unique perspectives on how diversity has impacted industries such as film and music, plus the value and impact it has played on creativity and productivity. All donations received were split between Seven Hillz Foundation & BPRS-LA Foundation.
The Seven Hillz Productions Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, is a non-profit arm of Seven Hillz Productions, LLC, and shall be operated exclusively for educational and charitable purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3). The foundation is dedicated to service, education, and creating awareness within the black community, in hopes of sparking a new trend that will inspire people of all ages. We understand the important role education plays in leveling the playing field for all members of society. Respectively, we offer scholarships to exceptionally promising students.
BPRS-LA Foundation 501(c)(3), provides scholarships and internships/apprenticeship programs benefiting college and graduates students of color. This year, BPRS-LA has amended its mission to benefit young professionals who may have graduated but have been in the workforce less than two (2) years as many have been impacted by COVID-19.
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