DonnaInk Publications author Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell is an enigma
Rap Mothers and Rap Fathers, join Candy to share backstories, factoids, and images with readers, listeners, fans and familiars. Each experiencing creative endeavor expansion through independent brands. Faces of Rap Mothers contributors at nearly one hundred are continuously onboarding due to Candy's salacious platform sharing rap and hip-hop history and future from a woman's perspective.
So what makes Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell's brand work?
Much like Ophelia DeVore-Mitchell (i.e.: newspaper owner and publisher, business executive, producer and consultant; also, the first African American woman who rose to acclaim as a model amidst New York City's fashion society), Candy has risen to her occasion. Through her Aunt Ophelia, Candy grew in earshot of personalities such as, Dr. Martin Luther King and Former Secretary of State, Colin Powell. Noting the invitations to White House functions extended to her Aunt Ophelia from United States Presidents annually; makes it easy to believe part of her success is due to Ophelia's impact on Candy's youth as an observant young woman. Her transformative interests and human right activism (i.e.: focused on family court reform, human and child trafficking, and stopping the violence associated within the rap and hip-hop industry) are shared with readers and entertainment and activism interests both Candy and her Aunt appear to share as a key to success.
This affiliation of women, and now men, conjoins Candy's burgeoning collective-enterprise and continues marching ever onward with a zero race - religion - creed or color (now gender) bias - certainly a refreshing perspective in entertainment and business enclaves in today's world.
Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell's, Faces of Rap Mothers creations, thus far, include:
Visit: https://www.facesofrapmothers.com to learn more.
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