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Sheryl Lee Ralph on the Lisa Raye, THE REAL McCOY
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DIVA DOES GOOD!
2011, 21st DIVAS Simply Singing!
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On the Red Carpet at the 21st Annual Divas Simply Singing!
Hosted by Sheryl Lee Ralph
Spectacular Guest Divas Included (in alphabetical order):
Amber Riley 'From Glee'
and Voices of Destiny
Catching up with original "DreamGirl" Sheryl Lee Ralph
Love Yourself Performance
The Love Yourself Campaign presents "Voices of Domestic Violence: Music and Monologues" starring Sheryl Lee Ralph with performances by Vivian Green, Aja of the Kindred Family Soul, Barbara Sheree, and Trina Ferbie.
"Voices of Domestic Violence" is a fused collaboration of two unique talents presented by Mo 'Shay LaRen and Sheryl Lee Ralph. Mo 'Shay LaRen, mid-day host of WRNB 107.9 F.M., founder of The Love Yourself Campaign and Committee Board Member of the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence is partnering with Sheryl Lee Ralph, actress, singer, and community activist to heighten public awareness about domestic violence and further propel fundraising efforts for the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
2010 Out and Equal, Workplace Summit!
2010 Divas Simply Singing!
In 1990 Sheryl Lee Ralph created Divas Simply Singing! as a loving memorial to the many friends she had lost to HIV/AIDS. For 21 consecutive years, the Diva and her friends have come together to raise their voices in song and commitment to HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention.
Each diva performs one song with the sole accompaniment of a concert grand piano. It's like no other show you've seen. The lights, the mic, and Divas Simply Singing!
Every cent of the millions raised through their efforts goes to help men, women, and children infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. HIV/AIDS affects us ALL!
It is a mystery why this event...so much more entertaining than any number of television variety shows...has not made it to the tube."