vendredi 21 mai 2010


Supporting the rebuilding and empowerment of Haiti after the devastating earthquake is the goal of the All Nations for Haiti Fashion Show on May 21, from 7 to 9 p.m., in Sherman Hall.

GSU students, representing many different nations, will take part in the fashion show. Styles representing various cultures from around the world as well as current fashions will be presented.

All the proceeds will go to The Joseph Assignment, which works closely with relief and development organizations in Haiti. The show is hosted by the Black Student Union and the Department of Social Work. Sponsors include J. and D. Fashion Design, Chicago; Just Human, Dr. Yemonja Smalls; Takara, Oak Park; ITIAH, Chicago; Tribal Ware by Vincent Fleming, Chicago; Geraldine Haute Couture by Geraldine Howard; and Flashy 44’s by Terrell Gholston.

Advance tickets are only $10. Tickets purchased at the door are $15. For ticket information, call ext. 3969.

Hold On Christy Dorsey
Hold On (video) Wyclef Jean
Introduction of the Mistress of Ceremony Tonyia Kelley
Mistress of Ceremony Lorri Glass, PhD, LCSW, ACSW
Welcome Gerri Outlaw, Ed.D.
Scene 1 Just Human
Scene 2 Takara Wear
Independence of Haiti Pierre Raygnol
Music Selection N’ tegri –T
Scene 3 Ready Work Wear
Scene 4 After 5
First 100 years of Haiti John Takem
Music Selection N’tegri –T


Scene 5 Traditional
Call to Action, Haiti Today Jaime Gill, The Joseph Assignment
Beacon Light Baptist Church Mimes I Didn’t Know My Own Strength, Whitney Houston
Closing Remarks Tamara Lewis (Fashion Show Coordinator) Phyllis West Bell, PhD, MSW, MPH


Beacon Light Baptist Church
D’ Vine Events
Flashy 44’s by Terrell Gholston
Geraldine Haute Couture
ITIAH by Rachel Lafontant
J & D Fashions
JoAnne Smith, MSW, LCSW
Just Human by Dr. Yemonja
Smalls Knick Knack Designs by Nicole Jones
TakaraTass Media
The Joseph Assignment
Tribal Ware by Vincent Fleming

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