On Wednesday, February 20th, 2019, guests were invited to Macy’s Herald Square to hear from special guests Dapper Dan and Brandice Daniel, in celebration of Black History Month.
Macy’s Chief Diversity Officer, Shawn Outler and Voza Rivers from the Harlem Chamber of Commerce were in attendance to kick off the evening’s festivities. Cultural trailblazers, Dapper Dan, and Brandice Daniel led a discussion on their life achievements and how celebrating Black History Month continues to make an impact on the present.
After the inspiring dialogue attendees enjoyed meeting the guests of honor, live music by The Rakiem Walker Project and passed refreshments from Harlem restaurant, Melbas.
Photo credit: Richard A. Photography.
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