Black Girls Vote and Color Vision hosted the 5th annual Dope Black Girls Brunch as an unforgettable day honoring Black women who are trailblazing in politics, advocacy, and media. On August 28th at The Hamilton Restaurant in Washington, D.C., over 300 attendees gathered to celebrate the accomplishments of this year’s honorees and the impact they had in their respective industries and communities.
To ensure that every guest had a memorable experience, Belvedere, and Buzzfeed Inc., joined as a sponsor, which allowed those that attended to experience networking opportunities, a Belvedere open bar, gift bags full of remarkable Black-owned products, and raffle tickets to indulge in a gift basket full of self-care items.
This year, Dope Black Girls Brunch honored so amazing people: 
• Cathy Hughes (Founder and Chairperson of Urban One, Inc.)
• Adjoa B. Asamoah (Social Impact Strategist, Co-Creator CROWN Coalition)
• Chelsea Miller, Co-Founder Freedom March NYC, (Commentator Now This News)
• Minda Harts (Bestselling & award-winning author)
• Maya Rockeymoore Cummings, Ph.D. (Founder, President, and CEO of Global Policy Solutions)
The 5th annual Dope Black Girls Brunch event was hosted by Dr. Wendy Osefo, Professor of Education at Johns Hopkins University, Political Commentator, and Star of Bravo TV’s The Real Housewives of Potomac, also conducted a panel discussion with the event honorees to learn more about their journeys and provided tools and encouragement to aspire those that followed their footsteps.
About Black Girls Vote
Black Girls Vote (BGV) is a national, nonpartisan organization with the objective of engaging, educating, and empowering Black women, particularly those 18-25 years old, to activate their voice by utilizing their vote. It is our mission to inspire Black women to use the political process to improve the quality of life for their families and the collective community.
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About Color Vision
Established by Mia Davis in 2017, it is a woman-led empowerment organization with a mission to improve fairness and equity in creative industries. The organization aims to support women of color with training, mentorship, and scholarships to gain access to equal opportunities in employment, business, and higher education.
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Photo Credits: Dope Black Girls Brunch