Celebrating Girls in the DMV

2nd Annual DC LOVE Awards

The DC Love Awards is celebrating the achievements of girls in the areas of entrepreneurship, leadership, performing arts, and community service.

The Love Awards were created to recognize deserving young women for their accomplishments. More importantly, Love, GIRLS Magazine and IN THE LOOP Program of Success acknowledge the need to build self-esteem in young women and to create positive female leaders for tomorrow. The DC Love Awards provide an opportunity to do that.


Special thanks to this year's host committee members:

Wallene Bullard

Tonya Harris

Arletha Idrissa

Richelle King

Na'Tell Miller

2015 DC LOVE Award Honorees

  • DJ Beauty and the Beatz (Sierra Roundtree), 9th grader at Woodrow Wilson High School
  • Taesia Edmonds, 9th grader at Duke Ellington School of the Arts
  • Maya Sullivan, 11th grader at Elizabeth Seton High School

DC LOVE Awards Keynote Speaker - Goldie Patrick

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With passion as her pedagogy, Goldie E. Patrick is a Detroit native, who has been working, living, and building artistic collaborations in Washington DC for over 15 years. Goldie is a spirited playwright, poet, performer, and teacher of hip-­hop education and culture. A bold advocate for Black women and girls, Goldie is founder, and Executive Director of F.R.E.S.H.H. Inc, Females Representing Every Side of Hip-­‐Hop. As a playwright, some of Goldie’s award-winning works include "HERstory: Love Forever, Hip-­‐Hop", “Unpacked”, “Bite Me” and a devised theatre series for women, “Feminine Folklore”. Most recently, she has worked as curator of the DC Hip-Hop Theater Festival and has begun performing her newest work, Surrender through support from the Mead Theatre Lab Fellowship, of which she is an alumni of and the INTERSECTIONS Arts Festival of the Atlas Performing Arts Center.

Special Guest: Yara Shahidi

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Yara Shahidi, Zoey on ABC’s hit show, Black-ish, will be our special guest with a intimate Q &A after the ceremony moderated by Honoree, Sierra Roundtree.

DC LOVE Awards

Saturday, Oct. 17th, 5pm

2400 Sixth St NW

Washington, DC

To purchase your tickets, visit www.dcloveawards2015.eventbrite.com!


Use promo code: HalfTime for 50% discount


First 50 attendees receive a special gift bag!

Thanks to our sponsors!

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WTU sponsors girls to attend the 2nd annual DC LOVE Awards

Thanks to the generous donation by the Washington Teachers' Union lead by Liz Davis over 50 DCPS girls will attend the 2nd annual DC LOVE Awards. This year the event will end with a special Q&A with Yara Shahidi, who plays Zoey Johnson on the hit ABC sitcom, Black-ish!

THANK YOU WTU for your support of DC girls.