Today, SohoMuse Inc. (www.sohomuse.com), the leading networking platform for creative professionals, announced its first virtual entertainment event series in celebration of the Black Lives Matter movement, which will be held from August 10th– August 13th, on SohoMuse.com and hosted by renowned music producer Zeke Thomas. The event will bring together artists and academics to hold powerful conversations and performances around the history and path forward following the Black Lives Matter movement, and the entertainment industry.
Guest performers and speakers include Vin Rock from legendary, award-winning hip-hop trio Naughty by Nature, artist and entrepreneur Ja Rule, artist Doug E. Fresh, basketball icon Isiah Thomas, TV and Radio personality Downtown Julie Brown, TV personality Natasha Parker, musician Tarralyn Ramsey, artist Niko Brim, musical artist Nate James, and more.
“Over the past few months, the entertainment industry has come together vigorously to keep our community moving forward even through hardships and economic downfall,” said Consuelo Vanderbilt-Costin, founder of SohoMuse. “At this incredibly moving time in our country, I am thrilled to be able to work alongside some of the top talent and activists across the entertainment industry, and provide them with a platform to have real conversations in front of their fans and the SohoMuse community, around the Black Lives Matter movement and the entertainment industry.”
Throughout the four-day event, there will be a focus on current and historical events, providing the audience with a contextual understanding of the social justice issues our country is facing.
This event will be donated by all artists, academics, and companies, and all proceeds for the event will be donated to various charities and organizations including the Mary’s Court Foundation, the Breonna Taylor Fund, the Hip Hop Health Fund, and the National Queer Theatre.
To attend the SohoMuse Virtual Event in Support of Black Lives Matter Series, please visit here: https://viewstub.com/SohoMuseBLM