MIAMI FL— Broward county’s rap phenomenon, V.P. and Celebrity Author Twala Meju join forces at The Resource Room(19715 NW 37th Ave Miami Gardens, FL 33056) on August 27, 2010 at 4:30 pm. The Resource Room is a non-profit community center that’s completely devoted to the advancement of its citizens.  Its executive direction comes from NAACP member Ebony Jackson, whose commitment to her community spans beyond a decade.
Author Twala Meju will be signing her break out childrens book, “Mommy, Why Is My Skin So Dark?” The work of literature is a sincere approach to etch beauty, uniqueness and pride into our various characteristics and cultures. V.P. will musical mentor to the youth with his community conscience single; “Lookin for a Change.” V.P. grew up in Collier City; one of Broward County’s lower class inner-city neighborhoods. His musical moniker, V.P. (Voice of the People) was given to him for his ability to speak up against his community’s oppressions. His mission is to teach our youth that there are other options than becoming a product of your unwelcomed environment.
The community driven event will feature celebrity guest speakers to include CTE Records Vice President Bigga Rankin, Andrew Forbes, India Redhead from 24hour Hip Hop and Lex Borrero; Manager of Mario Winans. The children will be treated to an abundance of chocolate desserts and gift bags. Special invited guests include Trina, Brisco and Billy Blue. The music will be provided by DJ Lucky C of The Jam Squad DJ’s.
For Media Credentials or Guests Speakers, please contact Ebony Jackson at The Resource Room at (305) 621-1929 or Jada Kemp at (786) 357-2612 or