Thursday, May 21, 2015

Terryl Ebony and Women Authors Honored in St. Albans

Highly respected author and youth community activist Terryl Ebony, was honored along with 11 other women for being authors at Thomasina's, May 16th, 2015.  Ms. Ebony is the author of "Losing Love, Having Faith, & Finding Hope." Terryl is also a tireless advocate for young people and runs the Misunderstood Youth Development Center (MYDC) program in Queens.  She is a great resource for the Southeast Queens Scoop.

The program was put on by State Senator Leroy Comrie and hosted by Adrienne Adams.  The event was put on "in celebration of Mother's Day."

Ms. Ebony expressed her appreciation by stating "It was an honor to be in such great company and amongst other esteemed women writers and entrepreneurs."

Other women authors honored were: Beverly Burchett, Toni Coleman Brown, Delicia Davis, Eva Duzant, Rev. Simone Lord, Melissa E. Morgan, Julia Shaw, Rosanna Small Morgan, Vicki Schneps, Ashley Taylor, and Faye Thompson. 

Event at Thomasina's Honors Women

Ms. Ebony with Senator Leroy Comrie

A Touching Moment Terryl Ebony Reads the
Poem "Side by Side" to her Mother from
her book 
"Losing Love, Having Faith, & Finding Hope"

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