K. Michelle Receives Altruist Honor Throughout Atlanta's Black Gay Pride [PHOTOS]

Take a look at the suppliers, companies, authors and others that had a presence there throughout the weekend break.


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  • K. Michelle Receives Altruist Honor Throughout Atlanta's Black Gay Pride [PHOTOS]
  • K. Michelle Receives Altruist Honor Throughout Atlanta's Black Gay Pride [PHOTOS]

    The fifth annual Pure Heat Community Festival brought lots of enjoyable and also exhilaration throughout Atlanta's Black Gay Pride weekend break. On September 4, which is referred to as the \"day of unity,\" Pure Heat celebrated the area with efficiencies, academic discussion forums, food vendors, and much more.

    R&B vocalist K. Michelle executed her chart-topping hits for thousands present. She additionally got the 2016 Altruist Honor offered by The Vision Area Structure. 3 hopefuls also obtained the chance to sing and audition for K. Michelle right instantly.

    Various other performances included Tiffany Evans (\" Guarantee Ring\") and also Jhonni Blaze ( VH1 \"Love and Hip Hop\") and featured a round of \"Welcomes!\" by Trina as well as Towanda Braxton ( WE television \"Braxton Household Worths\"), Tameka Foster ( VH1 \"Atlanta Exes\"), Mimi Faust and Erica Mena ( VH1 \"Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta\"), Karamo Brown ( MTV \"The Real World\"), as well as Gary Lavard (\" About Him\"). Independent LGBT artists like Victor Jackson, Nubian King, Rahim Brazil, Denzell Phillips, Cordae Gomes, Neesha Nycee, and BWA carried out too. WE tv \"Cutting It: in the ATL\" celebrity Beautti J organized the infamous live hair battle and j-sette dancing competition.

    Diocesan Oliver Clyde Allen (\" Vision Area Structure\" Exec Supervisor) Melissa Scott (\" Traxx Girls\" CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER) and also Bird Watson (\" Vision Neighborhood Foundation\" Deputy Supervisor) provided unique honors to very long time Atlanta Black Gay Satisfaction supporters Ryan Anderson (\" SunTrust Bank\"), Frederick Anderson (\" Freddy O\"), Pam Stewart (\" Coca Soda\") and also Earl Fowlkes Jr. (\" Facility for Black Equity\").

    \" The Following 15\" star Karamo Brown attended the event in behalf of Positively Fearless, a movement from Janssen Therapeutics that celebrates being black, endure, happy, gay even being HIV-positive.


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