52 Letters Fundraising Performance for Regina's Door
Oakland Native and Poet Regina Y. Evans presents her award winning play, 52 Letters, which brings awareness to the issue of sex trafficking and American youth as a fundraising performance for Regina's Door. Regina's Door, a customer oriented upscale vintage clothing boutique, is slated to open on Saturday, September 20, 2014, 352 17th Street, Oakland, Ca. The boutique (featuring uniquely beautiful vintage dresses from the Victorian Era to the 1980's) is a social enterprise designed to support Bay Area sex trafficking survivors and is owned by Bay Area Abolitionist Regina Y. Evans.
Regina would like to thank all of the sponsors for their support of the 52 Letters Fundraising Performance for Regina's Door. With gratitude to the following:
Love Never Fails Anti Trafficking Organization, Nola Brantley (NolaBrantley SPEAKS!), Sarai Theolinda Smith (MISSSEY Co Founder), Bay Area Anti Trafficking Coalition, Allen Temple Baptist Church Street Disciples Anti-Trafficking Ministry, Genice Jacobs (Abolitionist Mom), Cheryl Chambers (President, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., Xi Gamma Omega Chapter), Michael Cory Davis (Actor/Director/Abolitionist), Safely Home (Neighborhood Church Anti-Trafficking Ministry Safe Home), Don Reed (Actor/Comedian), East Oakland Youth Development Center, PopUpHood, Phyliss Pincosy (Abolitionist), Deb Fink (Actor and Board Member for Central Works Theatre), Susan Dunn (Development Director, Virago Theatre), Susan Vyborney (Community Activist), Carrie Kuba (Abolitionist), Les Higashi (Abolitionist), The Flight Deck, and Virago Theatre.
Please join Regina for this fundraising performance for Regina's Door: www.reginasdoor.com
Queries: firstname.lastname@example.org and 510 423 8157
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Oakland, CA 94612
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