Proceeds of all Tea Pad events fund the Tea Pad Scholarship for Black Entrepreneurship at Morgan State University (MSU). Scholarship funds will be distributed twice a year to student enrolled at MSU School of Business, providing her opportunity to learn skills necessary to become a leader, an innovator and an entrepreneur.
The "tea pad" is part of a very rich history of cannabis (marijuana) in the African-American community in New York City and the jazz scene of the 1920's and 30's . It was a dynamic time in American history. Women of all color got the right to vote in 1920.
And, during this time the United States government launched an aggressive campaign of
marijuana prohibition, which had catastrophic impact on black and brown communities for decades to come. Tea pads were convivial speakeasy style spaces where people of all racial and ethnic backgrounds could
come together free from the violence of prohibition.
Save the Date: August 7, 2019
6 pm - 9 pm
Hotel Revival, Baltimore City
Speaker: Delegate Cheryl Glenn (District 45, Baltimore City)
Live jazz , libations, good eats & a convivial atmosphere is always enjoyed by all!
"It is not beyond our power to create a world in which all children have access to a good education.
Those who do not believe this have small imaginations.” - Nelson Mandala
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