Current and Past Cultural and Community Events
The Spot First Saturdays
Malesha is supporting Pillars of the Community in the first of a monthly marketplace at The Spot in Southeast San Diego. For more information, click here. Starting Saturday, December 2, 2017.
Brioxy Leadership Summit Los Angeles 2017
Malesha was selected to convene with 100 of the country's top social innovators of color in their 20's and 30's driving solutions to build opportunity for young people of color. The Summit took place at the California Endowment. It was an unforgettable weekend! See www.brioxy.com for more information.
The Fannie Lou Hamer 100th Birthday Celebration
Project New Village hosted the annual Fannie Lou Hamer Celebration at the Jacobs Center, October 6, 2017. Artists included: Natasha Ridley, Musa Kaleem and Vibrational Tones, Alyce Smith-Cooper among others.
Gentry's 55th Anniversary Celebration
Join us as we celebrate this family-owned business whose legacy is deeply-rooted in the San Diego black community. The Gentry family will celebrate 55 years of business in the community at the Handlery Hotel San Diego. The event includes, live music, DJ, 3-course dinner and awards ceremony. Master of Ceremonies is William Tayari Howard.
"I, Too, Sing America"
This vocal recital features African-American art song set to the poetry of Langston Hughes in a 40 minute performance followed by informative mini-lecture and conversation with Composer/Professor, Richard Thompson of San Diego State University. For booking information, contact us at email@example.com.
The 13th Annual African Culture Festival
Malesha produced and managed the festival musical selections and booked artists for this year's annual festival. The theme was Women, STEAM and Global Competitiveness! A beautiful family, friendly event!
African-American Children's Book Authors
Malesha organized a local Black San Diego Authors event during Black History month. The event was sponsored by the Skyline Hills Branch Library. Authors included: Ishe, Starla Lewis, Kalif Price, Alyce Smith-Cooper and John Brooks.