The African American Woman #SeeHerHearHer
The African American Woman #SeeHerHearHer
Part 1 of a 3-part series, conversation from the African American woman perspective featuring Dr. Paulette Walker.
Part 2 of a 3-part series conversation from the African American woman perspective featuring Sonya Armstrong.
Part 3 of 3-part series conversation from the African American woman perspective featuring Whitany Lewis J.D.
Celebrating African American History Month, Women History Month and International Women’s Day while presenting this 3-part Humanities 3-Part Series. Tuesdays March 21 & 28th, 2023
7:30PM Each Tuesday. Website Live- here
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WELCOME! Celebrating 24 Years…
Young Performing Artists (YPAs), Inc. encourages the young artists of today who will keep the “Arts” of tomorrow alive!
Assisting those who will make “The Arts” their life’s worth and work!
Our Founder, Beverly Steele
National Award Winner
Steele receives Daughters of the American Revolution National Historic Preservation Award presented by The Villages’ Puc Puggy Chapter. February 22, 2021, reported in The Daily Sun Newspaper.
Make Donations payable and send to:
Young Performing Artists (YPAs), Inc.
9060 County Road 231
Wildwood, FL 34785
*A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free (800)435-7352 within the State. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the State.
NEW NEW NEW!
Community Of Royal
Virtual 40 Acres & A Mule Historic Tours
are ready for your viewing.
Click on Royal 40 Acres and A Mule Page tab, above.
We welcome you and your thoughts.
Provides- Artistic Scholarships
Hanalei Ritter, 17
YPAs, Inc. Instrumentalist Member
1st placer Day Of Stars 2021 Event.
To apply for 2022 Virtual Event; click Young Artists then select Day of Stars page for information & application.
Application and submission Deadline: Monday, December 2, 2022.
Virtual Traveling Tour Band
A’Layahna don’t want to be just an artist that just sings. She wants to be an artist that is recognized for singing with heart & soul. 1st Place Vocalist; YPAs, Inc. Day Of Stars 2021.
Check out our Young Artists Page to learn how you can help us help A’Layahna and others achieve their goals.
- As an Art Organization, we incorporate the ‘Humanities’ with the ‘Arts’. Each year, we present one or more Humanity focused program(s).
- Our programs are lively non-partisan discussions and/or activities i.e.:
ANNOUNCING OUR 2023 Humanity focused program entitled
‘The African American Woman: SeeHer/HearHer’. Tuesday, February 21, 2023 LIVE VIRTUALLY! via our this site or on our FACEBOOK corporate page. Mark your calendars and join us!
To view our past Humanities virtual events; click on our Programs Page:
2021- “Let’s Talk Reparations: Historic Preservation”
2020- ‘The Women’s Centennial: How Women Of Color Helped Win The Vote’.
Or, view on our Corporate FaceBook Page @youngperformingartists
Building ‘Open Air Graffiti Art Galleries’
Establishing ‘Open Air Graffiti Art Galleries’.
Recognized as a Florida League of Cities Best Practice.
Click Graffiti Page.
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Enrichment & Historical Programs
- Royal Historical Enrichment & Art Program (RHEAP) offers:
Seniors and Elders Enrichment Programs
Children & Youth Enrichment Programs
Homeschooler’s Virtual Visual Art Program
Royal Community-wide Drive-By Holiday Parade & Drive-Up Concert
Royal Community-wide Drive-By MLK Walk/ March & Drive-Up Speaker Event
Click on our Programs Page for more information.
Royal Historical Programs: 40 Acres & A Mule Historic Tour Experience. Now available, virtually.
Click the link, below to preview this 2021 Finding Your Roots – WEDU TV virtual screening & Lively Q & A event:
Visit our Royal 40 Acres & A Mule Page for more information regarding:
*’40 Acres & A Mule Virtual Historic Tour’…. NEW
*Community Of Royal’s Historic Website address
*Royal On TV
Steele’s, our Founder, Book Release!
Community of Royal, one of Florida’s oldest African American communities. Formed in 1865 by freed slaves; the people kept their 40 to 80 acres of land.
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Read this interesting and rare Civil War African American History.