BLACK HISTORY MONTH IS CELEBRATING HER! ON CAFÉ MOCHA
Radio Show spotlights women making strives Past and Present
With #CelebrateHer Series
CHICAGO, IL. (February 4, 2015) – The Café Mocha™ radio show kicks off Black History Month with an innovative series honoring women entitled #CelebrateHer. The radio vignettes recognize African American women from the Civil Rights movement to today’s female trailblazers who are making a difference in their respective fields from entertainment to technology.
Featured in the series are actress, dancer, choreographer, director Debbie Allen, Ebony Fashion Fair founder and director the late Eunice Johnson, musical prodigy Janelle Monae, NBC “Today Show” Co-Anchor Tamron Hall, first ever African American Cinderella on Broadway,KeKe Palmer, Black Girls Code founder Kimberly Bryant, leader and strategist of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee featured in the movie Selma, Diane Nash and well-known civil rights activist and mentor to Rosa Parks, Ella Baker (deceased).