Campaign Will Feature Three Art Events in Queens, New York on June, 2010
New York City (April 27, 2010)— PressRelease/ -- SmallBIZLatino (www.smallbizlatino.com) announced today strategic partnership with Fundación Empresarias Hispanas (www.empresariashispanasus.org), providing pro bono services to increase publicity for the Flor de Papel social awareness campaigned. The initiative, officially launched on Thursday, May 13 in the Met Life building in New York City, aims to be the voice self-imposed violence against the body and emotions and non-acceptance of their reality that compromises the health of all individuals and families. Flor de Papel will feature three community events next month in Queens, New York, where social awareness is expressed via visual art, created and developed by artists, celebrities, students and civil community in general.
Jacqueline Montoya, Executive Director of Fundación Empresarias Hispanas (www.empresariashispanasus.org) that, “Flor de Papel aims to spread the negative effects of violence through cultural events and highlight this reality that excludes us and seeks to generate awareness about all forms of physical, sexual, emotional, gender and voice against the physical and emotional abuse suffered by women, men and children."
SmallBIZLatino (www.smallbizlaitno.com) will support Flor de Papel campaign by utilizing digial public relations, social media and website consultation to help generate awareness of the program within the Hispanic entrepreneurial community in New York City. Anllelic Lozada, founder of SmallBIZLatino, stated that, “We are proud to support the Fundación Empresarias Hispanas (www.empresariashispanasus.org), where we share the same vision of empowering the Latino community through the entrepreneurial audience. SmallBIZLatino (www.smallbizlatino.com) will also provide “Professional Makeover” certificates to attendees in the three art events in Queens, New York:
Flor de Papel “ For a Society Without Violence”
Create a Drawing
June 12 2010
Campaign Queens Art Express Creating a drawing for Flor de papel
“For a Society Without violence an invitationfor the comunity to make a drawing for this cause. Queens, The Coalitión of the Heart of Corona and Corona Action Network will Present Corona in Corona Plaza, a full day of Gastronomy, history and culture of Corona. Tours guiados por artistas recorrerán las diferentes opciones gastronómicas en nuestro barrio during lunch time; and at noon time tours around históric, cultural sites and it’s diverse places for meetings in corona.
Time: 11:00 am 5:00pm.
103rd st y Roosevelt Ave
Cocktail: Un Grito Al Silencio
July 6 2010
Time 10:00am 12:00 m
Art Museum Gallery
Queens Museum of Art
Flushing Meadows Corona Park Building
Queens New York City, 11368
Exhibitión: Papering New York
July 16 , 2010
Exhibition of Artpaintings of the Queens Community for the campaign “Flor de Papel Flor”For a Society without Violence”
And Friday a History Passport to Hip Hop in Ecuator and Colombia
A Dedication sowe can explore what Youths create through music. Músical and Artístic presentations.
Time12:00m 6:00 pm
Queens Museum of Art Building at Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Queens Museum of Art Queens New York City, 11368
For more information, please visit: www.empresariashispanasusa.org
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