“Pose” Star Dominique Jackson Honored at Coach Signature Ball  NYC (Pics)
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Star of fab FX series Pose, Dominique Jackson (Elektra Abundance), was honored last weekend at the Coach Signature Ball 2018, for her activism and work with Destination Tomorrow. The Bronx-based community organization works to empower those that identify as trans and gender non-conforming, LGBTQ youth and members of the House and Ballroom community. The mini-Ball, commentated by Jack […]

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ENYCE & Crew Came to Slay in “Vogue Choreography”

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Los Angeles-based choreographer and ballroom voguing commentator ENYCE just sent me his latest piece, Vogue Choreography, and it’s THE MOST!!! ENYCE uses his dancing skills to inform and address issues facing the LGBT and POC communities, including transgender bathroom rights, the #BlackLivesMatter movement, and the recent Orlando mass shooting. Check out the clip below, sponsored by REACH LA, featuring dancers Dolores Parisi, Sade Keinu, Isla Jones Chanel, John Origines, Micky Ismaili, Stephanie Packrat Whitfield…and cameos by Gia Banks, Cake Moss and Yuriel ‘Michell’e Michaels’ Young.

 

About REACH LA:

REACH LA is a community organization whose mission is to develop and strengthen the leadership skills of urban youth/young adults of color (ages 16-30), and empower them to create healthier, more vibrant communities through their cultural, social and civic contributions. REACH LA was founded in 1992 by 3 women artists, whose mission was to build partnerships between urban youth and artists, where youth could design ways in which pertinent social issues were addressed through creative means. Today REACH LA continues the mission of its founders with the creation of new and innovative programs that educate, motivate, and mobilize LA’s urban youth and young adults
to improve their lives and communities.

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