Influencers Turn Out for “Women For Hillary” Harlem Fundraiser (Photographs)

harlem1Last night, over 200 influencers gathered in Harlem to support 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Hosted at Harlem’s Lenox Saphire restaurant, the “Women for Hillary” event served a dual purpose of raising funds and encouraging voter education. harlem2harlem3harlem51harlem6harlem7harlem8harlem9harlem10harlem11Attendees received voter registration information and absentee ballots for early voting. Special guests included: Congressman Charlie Rangel, Dr. Hazel N. Dukes (President of the NAACP New York Conference), Gale Brewer (Manhattan Borough President), Rosemond Pierre-Louis, C. Virginia Fields, Joyce Johnson, Assemblyman Alex Rodriguez, Inez Dickens (NYC Councilwoman), Alyah Horsford-Sidberry, Nicole Paultre-Bell, Mona Scott-Young (CMO, MYX Fusions and Monami Entertainment), Arva Rice, Keith Wright, Rodney Capel, Melvin Norris, and many more. 

And make sure you’re registered to vote!

‪Guests enjoyed appetizers and cocktails provided by MYX Fusions and Effen Vodka and received gift bags from Shea Moisture and Sundial Brands.

Photo credit (l to r): 1) Rachel Noerdlinger and Shante Bacon. 2) C. Virginia Fields and Congressman Charlie Rangel. 3) Mona Scott-Young and Rosemond Pierre-Louis. 4) Inez Dickens and Dr. Hazel N. Dukes. 5) C. Virginia Fields and Mari Moss. 6) Gale Brewer. 7) Keith Wright center left. 8) Nicole Paultre-Bell. 9) Guests. 10) Nika Milbrun. Photos by Tylik Hill.

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