MPR's Cocktails & Connections
5:30 PM17:30

MPR's Cocktails & Connections

I'm bringing together industry leaders, social activists, educators and influencers!  

This month's featured group is the Social Justice School.  Grab a glass of prosecco and let's talk policy, activism and education while meeting up with old friends and making new connections.  

Connect with like minds that are invested in the education reform movement.  The Social Justice School is in support of academic schools who have a designed response to systems of inequity by creating an inclusive and equitable world through academic programming.

Are you interested in empowering and preparing young people to design those responses? Do you believe in love, learning, and liberty?  Then I hope you'll join us! 


*Please Note:  This event is not a 2019 CBCF-ALC affiliate program. Attendance does not constitute alignment or endorsement from CBCF-ALC members or its agents *

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Helping Hands Radio-Thon
6:00 AM06:00

Helping Hands Radio-Thon

Howard University Alternative Spring Breaks Turns 25!

Join WHUR 96.3 and Howard University in celebrating of 25 Years of Service. This year more than 1,000 students will for go spring break and implement service initiatives in 17 sites across the US, Carribean Africa. Help support their efforts and support Radio-Thon 2019

Can’t make it? Then donate here today.

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Free Film Screening-Back Against the Wall:  The Howard Thurman Story
6:30 PM18:30

Free Film Screening-Back Against the Wall: The Howard Thurman Story

  • Howard University Law School Dunbarton Chapel (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The documentary BACKS AGAINST THE WALL: THE HOWARD THURMAN STORY chronicles the extraordinary life of theologian Howard Thurman, a poet and “mystic” who used religious expression to help ignite sweeping social change. Thurman was born the grandson of slaves in segregated Daytona, Florida. Despite the circumstances of his upbringing, he went on to become one of the great spiritual and religious pioneers of the 20th century, whose words and influence continue to echo today. His landmark book, Jesus and the Disinherited, was the first to state that Jesus Christ — who was born in poverty as part of a powerless minority — lived a life that spoke directly to black Americans. In his own time, Thurman was a celebrated religious figure with profiles in major magazines such as LOOK, Ebony and others. His efforts at the height of World War II to create the nation’s first interfaith, interracial church stands as a precursor for many contemporary faith communities. And for millions today who consider themselves “spiritual but not religious,” Thurman’s poetry, meditations, sermons and prayers continue to be wildly popular.

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#PowerPR Conference:  Playing to Win
to Oct 28

#PowerPR Conference: Playing to Win

Join me at the nation’s foremost organization for professional image-makers and strategists at the National Black Public Relations Society's annual conference October 27 - 28, 2016 at the Mid-America Club in Chicago, IL.

The conference will bring together the nation’s top PR strategists, newsmakers and recruiters to share their winning play books to help you to go beyond just navigating your day-to-day challenges to turning up your power to win at every turn. 

You can catch Malin PR on Friday as a speaker on the #PowerPR Moves in Sports & Entertainment Panel.

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GET DRAFTED:  Branding Your Way Into The Sports Biz
12:00 PM12:00

GET DRAFTED: Branding Your Way Into The Sports Biz


April Master Class: The Sports Industry

This workshop is designed to provide development to those in sports industry management positions looking for promotional growth, recent college graduates breaking into the industry and those that are in career transition.  Participants will learn best practices from industry gurus on seamless and professional self promotion, salary negotiating, project pitching, networking, social media presence and building and sustaining a career in the business of sports.  This interactive session will allow attendees to get feedback on their professional portfolios, resume, interview tips and gain access to connection meetings with industry experts.


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6:00 PM18:00

5th Annual Teen Dating Violence Summit

A panel discussion at the Newton White Mansion, exploring the topic of teen dating and domestic violence.  Attendees will become empowered by expert panelist and peers in an effort of educating teens about healthy relationships.

Presented by

The Prince George’s County Parks and Recreation Department,

Prince George’s County State’s Attorney’s Office, 

Project SHINE Inc and Malin PR.

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6:00 PM18:00

WISE DC Speed Mentoring Roundtable


A WISE National Signature Event

A Seat at the Table Awaits You...

Speed Mentoring Roundtables, a WISE Within national signature event, returns January 20, 2016 as we recognize and celebrate National Mentoring Month. This interactive event brings you up close and personal with industry veterans and peers to discuss your career questions.

WHERE: The Gensler Office, 2020 K Street NW, Washington, D.C. (The Gensler entrance is located on the street level of K St (separate from the main 2020 K entry).  It is a white portal surrounded by a glass storefront.) 

COST: Members, Free; Non-Members, $25. Student Pricing also available upon request.


  • Gina Scott - Vice President, Group Licensing (NFLPA)
  • Alisha Greenberg - Sports Philanthropy Adviser (Rounding Third)
  • Chloe Stewart - Creative Activation Manager (The Coca-Cola Company)
  • Kelly Wolf - Senior Director (Octagon) 
  • LaRhonda Burley - Director, Partnership Marketing (Washington Redskins)


6:15pm - 6:45pm - Registration
6:45pm - 7:45pm - Speed Networking
8:00pm - 8:30pm - Reception


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