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PHOTOS: 2012 INTER-COMMUNAL GIVEBACK FEAST & CONCERT

On December 21, 2012, Mic Check 1-Two! collaborated with Sporty Marketing LLC, and The Circle Ent. to bring The INTER-COMMUNAL GIVEBACK FEAST & CONCERT to the community of North Philadelphia. The event was held at the Cecil B. Moore Recreation Center and featured many local Philly artists to entertain the community as they selected from gently-used clothing and canned goods to take home for FREE!

We were thrilled to be able to host this event and help so many families in the North Philadelphia community. Our next Giveback event will move to a new community! Stay tuned to find out which community we will be serving next!

Thank you for your continued support of Mic Check 1-Two! Click the pictures below to view photos from The 2012 Intercommunal Giveback Feast & Concert.

 

Giveback 2012

 

 

 

Giveback 2012

 

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VIDEO: MISLED: EPISODE 1 PREVIEW

**CHECK OUT THE PROMO VIDEO FOR THE PREMIERE EPISODE OF MISLED**

The first episode of Misled will focus on colorism in the African American community. We’ll talk about the dark-skinned vs. light-skinned controversy by finding out where it came from and how it’s affecting society.

We’ve all heard some of the stereotypes in this video! It’s time to get to the bottom of them!

 

Stay tuned for Misled, coming March 2013.

DO YOU HAVE A TOPIC YOU’D LIKE TO SEE FEATURED ON MISLED? SEND AN EMAIL TO CREATINGDIALOGUE@GMAIL.COM WITH YOUR SUGGESTIONS. WE’D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU!


Misled: A New Webseries from Mic Check 1-Two!

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We are pleased to announce “Misled” a new webseries hosted by Lana Adams and Keona Gabbadon.

Misled is a show dedicated to informing the uninformed and the misinformed. We are living in a time where negativity sells and positive images are not always easily accessible or attractive. Our aim is to bring positive images into the media. Misled will focus on common misconceptions and stereotypes about African-Americans by exposing the truth behind them and offering solutions and alternatives to broaden perspectives and perceptions.

To find out more about the first episode of Misled, click here.