The Women Called Moses Coalition & Outreach 5th Annual Heels 2 Heal Gala will be held Sunday, October 22, 2017 at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden in Dallas, Texas. The proceeds from this event directly benefit the fight against domestic abuse, family violence, and all forms of abuse against women and children.
DeDe In The Morning has a passion to help end domestic violence assisting Women Called Moses raise over $10K to help fulfill it mission. Women Called Moses was created to be an underground railroad for victims of domestic violence. We seek to prevent and end the cycle of violence against women. We accomplish this through education and advocacy services provided to individuals, families, and community agencies throughout the United States of America.
‼️PLEASE JOIN ME AND MANY OTHERS and STOP THE SILENCE 🙏🏾‼️ #Repost @womencalledmoses ・・・ Attention Dallas Tx‼️ We present to you our 5th Annual Heels 2 👠 Heal Gala, Sunday, October 22nd the most anticipated black tie event of the year 🙌🏾. Join us at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden 🌺 to raise awareness and funds to provide critical resources that support our local families recover from the impact of domestic violence. We have Grammy award winning 🏆 Michel'le, NFL and NBA representatives, local and state government officials and prominent businessmen, women and nationally syndicated radio personalities including members of the K104 DeDe In The Morning Team. So come out and help us put a ❌STOP TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ❌ Purchase all tickets and tables at womencalledmoses.org #Heel2👠Heal #WomenCalledMoses #Gala5
Special Guest Michel’le
Grammy-nominated vocalist, Michel’le Toussant, is known for her squeaky speaking voice that does not give any forecast about Michel’le’s sultry and rich singing voice. When rap music began to take hold in the 80’s, Michel’le was the female vocalist that provided a “port in the storm” from the hard-hitting rap vocals featured on Eazy-E’s Ruthless Record label. On her debut album which sold over 1.5 million copies, Michel’le produced such hits as “Turn off the Lights,” “Nicety” and “Something in My Heart.”
But Michel’le’s story also includes the darkness of domestic violence. In the 2016 Lifetime made for TV movie, “Surviving Compton: Dre, Suge and Michel’le,” Michel’le narrates her own story. She courageously shares how her musical success was brought to a halt by years of substance abuse, financial struggles and physical assaults from the fathers of both of her children—namely N.W.A founder, Dr. Dre and Suge Knight, founder of Death Row Records. Even after Michel’le left these abusive relationships, the struggle to make a living, care for two children without sufficient financial support…self-blame…depression…and more became overwhelming. And in 2013, Michel’le attempted suicide.
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