CEEM Elevates Local Students at LA County Fair

CEEM Elevates Local Students at LA County Fair

Pomona – Under the leadership of advisor Melanie Sypherd and direction of choreographer Honey Ren, members of San Gorgonio High School’s Black Student Union thrilled the audience as they closed out the morning session of the Cooperative Economic Empowerment Movement’s (CEEM) Saturday program September 14, 2019 at the Los Angeles County Fair in Pomona. 

The 2nd Annual CEEM Weekend sponsored by McDonald’s Black & Positively Golden Campaign featured a “Tribute to Black Influence in Pop Culture!”  The effort is part of a new movement to uplift communities and empower excellence through education, empowerment and entrepreneurship. 

“CEEM is proud to continue our partnership with the LA County Fair to offer the community a fun and interactive experience that [celebrates] our rich pop culture heritage, offers a path forward by seeking creative ways to continue to disrupt the culture, shines a light on our experiences, and furthers CEEM’s mission to build wealth within our community,” stated CEEM’s CEO Kyle Webb. 


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