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Miss Black Staten Island celebrates the revival of this legendary pageant which was founded by the Staten Island Urban League.

By Kaleidoscope Mode, Inc

When and where

Date and time

Saturday, June 10 · 4 - 6:30pm EDT


Port Richmond High School 85 St Josephs Street Staten Island, NY 10302

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About this event

  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

Miss Black Staten Island Is a subsidiary of Kaleidoscope Mode Inc., Which is a 501(c)3 non profit organization. Miss Black Staten Island and Miss Black Richmond County celebrates the revival of this legendary pageant which was founded by the Staten Island Urban League beginning in 1971. Our pageant highlights and exposes exceptional young women of color that have unfortunately gone unnoticed for far too long. We promote a strong emphasis in continual learning in higher education to instill lifelong experiences of empowerment, success, and qualitative leadership. Our contestants showcase their talent by performing monologues, dance routines and musical talent to just name a few. If you would like to take the first step in self improvement and joining others like yourself please don't hesitate in contacting us.

About the organizer

Kaleidoscope Mode, Inc. is a Staten Island based 501c3 nonprofit organization that operates recreational and educational programs.
Our Goal is to be inclusive and focus mainly on young women. All nationalities and religions are encouraged to participate in our programs so that we can improve relations across the borough. Instilling tolerance and acceptance of others that one may not encounter on a daily basis is our objective. Shared experiences are proven that “we are more alike than not”.

Our organization’s efforts will increase fellowship and cultural understanding. The goal is to improve the sense of “sisterhood” across a broader channel of inclusivity and to elevate and maintain relationships that will last a lifetime and destroy all stereotyping.