South Florida HBCU Picnic Recap


 By, Ascellia Arenas

The South Florida HBCU Picnic was all that and then some. Over 300 people gathered at Rolling Oaks Park located in Miami Gardens Florida. The one and only HBCU  in South Florida, Florida Memorial College, was represented today along with other HBCUs, as well. What a pleasant sight to see! With the current state of events happening in the United States of America is very important to uplift, support, and encourage organizations, schools, businesses, and charity events in an effort to strengthen our community. Everyone was dancing, singing, and having a really wonderful time. 

Rah Jah could not wait for this event. He got up early and prepared his cookies to be sold at this event. He received rave reviews and is looking forward to the next opportunity where he can experience economic empowerment for himself.

 It is so important that we support each other and continue to thrive as a community of educated college graduates with the expertise, patience, and generosity to reach back into our community and help our children succeed,  as well. Enjoy the picture gallery posted below, comment, repost, and enjoy. We are SOOOO looking forward to next years event. 

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Bullard is running for Florida State Senator seat #40


we are too cute 😁


hey ladies😘


Me & Bernard


Me and Mr. Johnson


Faheem “The Dream” kicking it with Rah Jah


Me and Kim Gaines


Proud Mama! Rah Jah Cookie Co represented very well.


FAMU girls hustle harder


Rah Jah & Commissioner Johnson


catching some rays


Me snapping a pic with Jana


Rah Jah and Jonathan Gaines


Me & Miami Dade Chapter of The FAMU Alumni Association President , Denetra Collins


Rah Jah and Ulysses Howard (Mayoral Candidate)


blushing or blind???




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