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9:15 Mz. Bukky 9:45:Klassy Kouture;10:00 Keith Kareem Williams, Kevin Smith

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9:15 - Women in Comedy

Mz. Bukky the Comedian is Considered an edgy clean comic. .Multi-talented, writer, actress, and comedian.  She is a descended of a long line of African story tellers. This dynamic talent is a product of a Nigerian father and an African American mother. Her religious influences include: Baptist, Catholic, Pentecostal, Methodist, and even Yoruba tribal knowledge. She is truly an African-American. Multi-talented, writer, actress, and comedian. 
Winner of the 2013 Giggle of the Jiggle comedy competition. Mz. Bukky brings her personal belief system into everything she does.  Her comedy is a reflection of her multicultural background and hilarious life observations.  Her comedy touches every facet of life from dating, to religion, and current events.  With a Master’s degree in Psychology she has the ability to talk about anything from literature to happenings on reality television.  

9:45:  Klassy Kouture - Fashions for the NOW Woman

10:00 - Celebrating Fathers - Let's talk about Single Dads...raising children on their own.

Keith Kareem Williams  is the author of 12 books & currently working on his 13th. He still resides in his hometown of Brooklyn, New York where he delicately balances his time between his responsibilities as a single father as well as the challenges of being a full-time author. He will discuss how important fatherhood is; how it is to be a single father; and the relevance of being a good father to your children. 

Mr. Kevin Smith – Professional vocalist and single father, raising 3 young children on his own.  What is it like for a single father, in todays, rush rush world with a scattered “Village” and scarce resources for single fathers?

 


 

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