Miss Black & Teen US Ambassador Pageant: Prelims and Finals
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The last date listed for Miss Black US Ambassador Pageant was Saturday July 19, 2014 / 5:00pm (Final Night).
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Gwinnett Ballet Theatre spotlights works from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries with their latest cutting-edge program, featuring a world premiere and a piece set to the music of famed composer Philip Glass. The show starts off with the classical "Kingdom of the Shades," from Petipa's beloved 1877 La Bayadere. This ethereal work is famed for its romantic pas de deux of love and forgiveness, surrounded by a corps of angelic ballerinas. David Blumenfeld's contemporary dance to the work of Philip Glass follows, and for the exciting finale, GBT Artistic Director Wade Walthall teamed with young Atlanta visual artist Mac Stuart for Pictures, set to music from the 21st century and boasting innovative sets and costume design by the artist. Learn More
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Featured review from Vonita L. Green
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Sydney K. Green 2014 Miss Kingdom Globe USA Pre Teen and 2014 Deb Miss Black Heritage and myself had a great time! The event was absolutely amazing and an unforgettable experience. Sydney will cherish these moments for the rest of her life. Just to meet her fellow Pageant Queens was priceless.
About the Ticket Supplier: Miss Black US Ambassador
The Miss Black US Ambassador and Miss Black Teen US Ambassador Scholarship Pageant LLC in collaboration with Dr. Ruth Joyce Colbert Barnes Foundation & The Oklahoma Sovereign Arts Foundation exists to give a once in a lifetime opportunity to young African American women.
As Ambassadors of Change, each young woman embarks on the journey to encourage, empower, and enlighten, communities, states, and nations. These young women are a rising voice in the community that seek to make a difference, by providing educational forums and events that focus on health disparities, poverty, violence and major issues plaguing the African American community. They are role models not only to young African American women, but to women around the world. Ambassadors of Change partner with key political figures and national initiatives to bring support to their efforts and platforms.
The Miss Black US Ambassador experience is more than a competition. It’s a scholarship program that gives 365 days of support and resources to communities in need. A platform for today’s savvy, intelligent and socially aware women of color to express their educated viewpoints, demonstrate their extraordinary talents and showcase not just their pretty face, but their gorgeous mind. The crowned national Ambassadors receive scholarship opportunities to further their education.