Everything You Need On Monday Night For Twitter

June 25, 2018 at 8pm EST is the date for our next #blkcreatives chat. Here’s everything you need to know.

TOPIC – Embracing New Mindsets

Seasons change, mad things re-arrange as the great Lauryn Hill once shared. Intentional change is a part of growth. If you've been craving newness and want to discuss how you've embraced healthy change, this one is for you.

WHAT & WHO: #blkcreatives is a collective that is working to economically support and advocate for Black genius in creative industries. We live at the intersection of culture, creativity and community. Every aspect of Black culture is ingrained into our society and yet Black creatives are often overlooked, undervalued, and underemployed. We exist to bridge the gap between culture and careers.

Born in April 2015, our monthly Twitter chat creates discussions that revolve around a specific topic that relates to our personal development and growth as people and professionals.

Meet our guests for this chat:

Michell C. Clark

Michell C. Clark is a 28-year old content creator and cultural curator who refuses to be boxed in. He spends his days crafting ridiculous Instagram captions, studying subject matter experts, helping clients build successful long term social media strategies, attempting to bench press small automobiles, and making fun of himself. Michell is releasing his first print book, Keep It 100: a series of affirmations for millennials who are tired of being called millennials, in the 3rd quarter of 2018 via 13th & Joan. You can download his free e-book, On Your Own Terms, here.

Learn more about him here and follow @MichellCClark on Twitter.

Syreeta Gates

Syreeta Gates is a Hip-Hop Archivist. As founder of The Gates Preserve (a multimedia experience company in which the commitment is to preserve and archive hip-hop in such a way that it last forever), she curates innovative experiences like Write On! The Legend of Hip-Hop’s Ink Slingers, a documentary about journalist that influenced hip-hop culture #WriteOnTheDoc, as well as Yo Stay Hungry, a culinarycompetition that bridges hip-hop and food/beverage @YoStayHungry. Gates’ archival work includes research for Nelson George’s feature documentary, A Ballerina’s Tale, and she also added her expertise on other art-oriented films, Finding the Funk and The Triptych.

Holding a B.A. in Urban Youth Culture, the only degree of its kind in the world, Gates is the former Creative Director of Travel Noire, a multi-dimensional platform for unconventional travelers.

Learn more about Yo Stay Hungry here and follow @syreetagates on Twitter.

TeeJay Foy

TeeJay Foy is a 24 year old award-winning New Orleans West advocate, and regional media Associate. He's had a plethora of live performances, from his home town of New Orleans, Louisiana to as far east as New York , Chicago and St. Louis to name a few. TeeJay has also performed at SXSW Music Festival and A3C.

Listen to his music here and follow @TeejayFoy on Twitter.

Holley Murchison

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Learn more about her here. And follow @holleymurchison on Twitter.

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