“Being a female Haitian-American artist has taught me that I have a responsibility and a powerful voice as a woman, to help influence change within the world.” – Sophia Domeville
In celebration of Black History Month,
Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville was featured on Madame Noire cover story, “Young Black Entrepreneurs & Innovators Share What Inspires Them To Succeed.”
This article features powerful, innovative African Americans and West Indians on the past, present, and future of black history.
Ms. Domeville shares her inspiration as an advocate for Art Education and Haitian American Artist.
It was a full house for Haitian American Artist, Sophia Domeville as event producer for the Akoma Newark Sister Circle and theThe Africana Institute at Essex County College special screening of Sundance Film Festival Best Director winner, Ava DuVernay‘sMiddle of Nowhere.
Take a look at event producer Sophia Domeville and founding Akoma Newark Sister Circle member, Tracee Thomas share excitement about the success of their event.
They also discuss the importance of bringing awareness to support films and filmmakers from the Diaspora as well as community outreach within #Newark.
The buzz is spreading! Pick up your May/June 2013 copy of FunTimes Magazine and read Haitian American Artist Sophia Domeville feature, “Artist and Change Agent” as she discuss Art, her Haitian Culture and Heritage! To order your copy today click here !
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