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IMPACT Magazine Honors Dynamic Women in Entertainment, Fashion, Beauty & Activism in Washington, DC



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Washington, DC (October 15, 2018)- IMPACT Magazine and Young Living Essential Oils are proud to present their Women of IMPACT Honorary Black Tie Affair Weekend on November 3-4, 2018 at the Ritz-Carlton in Washington, DC. The Women of IMPACT Black Tie Affair is a celebration of women of color who are making an IMPACT in their respective industries.
The Women of IMPACT Honorary Black Tie Affair will kick off with the signature luxury Business & Beauty Lounge Experience for honorees, sponsors, media, and invited guests on November 3rd. The Business & Beauty Lounge Sponsors Young Living Essential Oils and Omoyeni will be showcasing their products through activation at the lounge. November 4th, the honorees, sponsors, media, and invited guests will be privy to a dinner to celebrate the work and dedication of the honorees. “At the dinner, the honorees will receive customized tailored gifts of appreciation from sponsor Omoyeni, a jewelry line made of semi-precious stones“, says the Founder & Editor-In-Chief of IMPACT Magazine and the Women of IMPACT series, Tunisha Brown. The honorees are Chief Supply Chain Officer of Young Living Essential Oils LaurenWalker, The Breakfast Club Host Angela Yee, Founder of the Oscar Grant Foundation Wanda Johnson, Executive Producer BET/VH1 and former Editor-In-Chief of The Source Magazine Kim Osorio, Critically Acclaimed Filmmaker Stacey Muhammad, City Council candidate of Ferguson and mother of Mike Brown Lezley McSpadden, Creator of Full Figured Fashion Week Gwen DeVoe, and Owner of Fashion Spa House Cynthia Gooding.
It is such an honor and privilege to honor such an amazing array of women of color! IMPACT has taken on the task to celebrate women of color who has substance and are moving the culture forward. It is our pleasure and duty to honor these phenomenal women in a vainglorious way!” says Tunisha Brown.
The Women of IMPACT Honorary Black Tie Affair is sponsored by:
Presenting Title Sponsor – Young Living Essential Oils
Gold Sponsors – Omoyeni
Preferred Designer – P Scott Events of Trenton, New Jersey
To attend the Business & Beauty Lounge, please RSVP  here: and for more information on IMPACT Magazine and the Women of IMPACT Series, please visit To request media access to either event, or to request sponsorship opportunities, please email
About IMPACT Magazine

IMPACT Magazine was formed by Tunisha Brown a dedicated community activist to empower, encourage, and educate its readers through the power of words. IMPACT’s purpose is to shed light on the lives of ordinary people who are accomplishing extraordinary things and making an impact in their communities. Within the past several years, Impact Magazine has honored notable women such as, Karen Civil, Aisha Hinds, Deesha Dyer, Kimberly Blackwell, Ericka Pittman, Kandi Burruss, Miss Diddy, and a plethora of industry professionals.

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DC Urban Events

Spring into some Funny | Saturday, April 6



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Jackie L Entertainment presents……. Spring Into Some Funny

With performances by

Comedian-Alex Scott

Danny Rolando

Richard Whack
Hosted By : Tony DaFool Spoon

Along with Dj Stone

50-50 Raffle & Drinks available

Saturday April 6th 2019….8pm-11pm
@ Comfort Inn
9421 Largo Dr W, Upper Marlboro, MD


For info or tickets call
301-613-8793 or goto

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D.C.-Area Business Leaders Launch $1B Affordable Housing Challenge



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Housing affordability has become an increasingly urgent concern in D.C., and a group of business leaders is challenging the region to invest $1B over the next two years to help solve the issue.  The Housing Leaders Group of Greater Washington launched the Capital Region Housing Challenge, an effort to spur the D.C. region’s public and private sectors to each add $500M in affordable housing investments above their current baseline by the end of 2020.  Housing Leaders Group co-convenor David Bowers, also the market leader for Enterprise Community Partners, announced the challenge at Bisnow’s Metro D.C. Affordable Housing Summit Wednesday morning in a rousing call to action.  “The challenge is the call to work collectively, across sectors and geographic boundaries, to fundamentally move the baseline of thinking and investment and connect capital to solutions,” Bowers said. “Those of you that are already investing, we’re challenging you to do more.”

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Black investors have historically invested in land to build wealth. Real estate is generally seen as a solid investment because property values typically rise over time. Property can be passed from one generation to another; used to diversify an investment portfolio; and is considered less risky than the stock market. Now, there is a new option for blacks to become investors and receive tax breaks with a new real estate asset class: Opportunity Zones.

Opportunity Zones are low-income areas the U.S. Treasury classifies as “qualified opportunity zones.” Investors can make these asset investments through Qualified Opportunity Funds.

The investments are geared to accelerate economic development in almost 9,000 designated areas in America and Puerto Rico, says tax attorney Steve Moskowitz, a founding member of the San Francisco-based tax law firm Moskowitz L.L.P.

Opportunity Zones were added as part of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. They allow investors to defer tax on any capital gains until 2026 and avoid a capital gains tax on the sale of an Opportunity Zone. Those funds are then invested in property and businesses located or operated within the designated QO Zones.


According to the Economic Innovation Group, the 2017 tax provision provides “a tax incentive for investors to re-invest their unrealized capital gains into dedicated Opportunity Funds.” African American Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) played an integral part in including the zones in the tax law.

The ante is high as there is a massive amount of capital gains that could be invested in Opportunity Zones. Based on estimates that U.S. households and corporations possess over $6 trillion in unrealized capital gains, some officials contend that the program has great potential to trigger an influential change in distressed communities.

Even if a portion of that amount of money was committed, it could possibly mean billions of dollars for poor areas across the country. That is because the program is specifically designed to increase economic opportunity by incentivizing new development in low-income urban and rural areas, says Leslie Anderson, president and CEO of the New Jersey Redevelopment Authority (NJRA).

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