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Cheryle Moses: Content Creators and Scavenger Hunt

cheryle moses: It's a great opportunity to start relationships, Cheryle Moses, whose brainchild it was, told the CNN. And if you have a relationship with somebody, you are inclined to treat them like yourself, according to Toronto Star. If you don't have that relationship, then you'll only treat them based upon what you may have seen or read somewhere. For an admission fee of 15, people who don't have any Black friends are invited to a Come Meet A Black Person Networking Event hosted by Urban Mediamakers, a group of independent filmmakers and content creators. A main feature is a cultural scavenger hunt to encourage attendees to learn about the black community. Get there early! Bring your business cards and come ready to experience some new friends! The reaction to this event has been mixed. An upbeat event announcement on Facebook says Ticket includes eats while it lasts and two drink tickets for soda, beer and wine. ( As reported in the news.