Cupcakes & Conversations: Live Listening Session in DMV Area

Black Girls Unscripted presents Cupcakes & Conversations - an inspiring evening of intergenerationalconversation and empowerment.

Online PR News – 11-December-2015 – Bowie, MD – On Sunday, December 13, 2015, 150 moms, daughters, and grandmothers from across the Washington Metropolitan area will gather together for the launch of Cupcakes & Conversations hosted by Black Girls Unscripted ( in association with Bozutto Properties.

The free, interactive event will be moderated by publicist and television industry veteran, Micheline Bowman. The evening will focus on shared life experiences and important messaging on self-love, all in a fun, welcoming environment. Hampton University students have also partnered to host a campus edition of Cupcakes & Conversations, discussing hot button issue, the intersection of art and advocacy, careers, and leadership.

“We live in a social media era that unfortunately leaves very little space for personal interaction, especially interaction across generations,” says Black Girls Unscripted founder and CVO, Tiffany Gill. “We’re addressing this by creating a platform for dialogue between women and girls where they can share similar experiences, feel empowered, and collectively address issues that impact their overall well-being.”

Cupcakes & Conversations will call on local women-experts to address a wide range of topics including mental health, fitness, healthy relationships, peer pressure, and media imagery. Attendees will also have the opportunity to record inspirational message in the Bozutto Story Lounge. The event will end with gift bags filled with goodies from event sponsors including Shea Moisture, OPI, Wegmans, and J. Cooper Sweet Sensations. Additional sponsors include Comcast and 87 Magazine.

The event will be held on Sunday, December 13, 2015, from 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. at Harmony Place Apartments Clubhouse, 14909 Health Center Drive, Bowie, MD 20716. Visit to register.

About Black Girls Unscripted
Black Girls Unscripted is an innovative social enterprise designed to educate, inspire, and empower girls and young women of color ages 11-24. Delivered in conjunction with the Black Girls Unscripted documentary (currently in production), the project aims to expose this demographic to positive self-imagery, educational resources, cultural exploration, and leadership opportunities.