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DVMWT & Ivy Couture Presents "Vision Board Experience" Ages 13-24

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Thanks for your continued support for joining DVWMT for dinner table conversation! We looking forward to seeing you at our next event/classroom session because domestic violence and mental health education is relevant weather it’s happening to or not. QueenAfi, PHD Human Behavior, Mental Health Consultant & Founder DVWMT

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Malcolm X Elementary School/Community Center

1351 Alabama Ave SE DC

Washington, DC 200032

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Thanks for your continued support for joining DVWMT for dinner table conversation! We looking forward to seeing you at our next event/classroom session because domestic violence and mental health education is relevant weather it’s happening to or not. QueenAfi, PHD Human Behavior, Mental Health Consultant & Founder DVWMT
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Domestic Violence Wears Many Tags

Ivy Contour Beauty Products

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What: Vision Board Party

Who: I Am My Sisters Keeper, I Make Her Stronger Not Weaker Sister Circle Support Group

When: Sunday, October 14th, 2018 & Doors open 12:30pm

Where: 1351 Alabama Ave, South East, Washington, D.C. 20032

Details: We want girls and young ladies ages 13-24 to come support our fun filled atmosphere as we come together to empower, motivate, and inspire girls and young ladies with our theme Be The Light To Your Own Life.

Event cost? Free.

Donations: We need (enough for 50 girls) magazines, markers, glitter, boards, picture frames, and or anything arts and crafts. We need water, finger snacks, and or juices. All donations can be made to Ivy Contour (240) 475-0292.

About DVWMT: Domestic Violence Wears Many Tags mission is to bring awareness to the community and families as whole as it pertains to abuse. We want to educate schools, churches, and mentor groups by reprogramming the amygdala with better decision making skills. We want to find ways that are fun and interesting for families, schools, and or churches to talk about abuse on any platform. We want to make sure that we are in the community bringing new and approved information & resources for the people that are the face of abuse & to the abusers.

For information about this event please contact QueenAfi, by email DVWMTS@gmail.com or by phone (202) 821-8933. For all media inquiries please contact QueenAfi (202) 821-8933

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Malcolm X Elementary School/Community Center

1351 Alabama Ave SE DC

Washington, DC 200032

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