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BIBO Tour Chicago 2013 Interviews

BIBO Tour Atlanta 2013

BIBO Tour Atlanta 2013 Interviews

 
“Celebrating REAL Beauty. Honoring REAL Role Models”
 

“OUR GOAL IS TO CHANGE
THE NEGATIVE AND OFTENTIMES UNREALISTIC IMAGES OF WOMEN
IN MAINSTREAM MEDIA TODAY. WE PROMOTE REAL BEAUTY EDUCATION AND REAL ROLE
MODELS FOR
THE NEXT GENERATION
BY SPOTLIGHTING COMMUNITY ‘SUPERWOMEN’ “

-Traci S.Campbell, Founder

BEAUTY IN
Come here to get your “true beauty fix” via weekly blog posts and beauty education (BIBO University COMING SOON!) that will enhance the beauty and inner confidence your already possess! Get uplifted and inspired! We are VERY serious about beauty, REAL beauty that is, and we truly celebrate the inner and outer beauty of women from all walks of life!

BEAUTY OUT
Imagine all of the female leaders and innovators in your community coming together to share experiences, to be honored, and to inspire others to accomplish their goals and dreams! Such an event is coming to a city near you! It’s called The “Beauty In Beauty Out” Tour, presented by the C.H.A.M.P. Community Project, and it’s all about recognizing the local beauty and accomplishments of amazing women. We call these ladies, “SUPERWOMEN” and they will be honored with the amazing Reflection Award trophy to celebrate their efforts! On this tour, join us as you learn how to harness

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  • Meet BIBO Tour Chicago 2014 (www.beautyinbeautyouttour.com) BIBO Starlet nominee Shantell Steve. This exceptional young woman, is a class of 2014 University of San Diego sociology graduate. She recently returned from Bali, Indonesia, completing an amazing internship. There, she was fully immersed in the culture, food, the beautiful temples and learning Balinese dances.

    Shantell’s childhood was difficult. She lived in multiple foster homes and was exposed to violence in her neighborhood in West Chicago. Steve’s dedication to hard work and perseverance helped her make it out of her oppressive situation. President Barack Obama mentioned her in his Sept. 8, 2009 speech, praising the then high school senior’s dedication to education and overcoming life challenges. He spoke of her work at a Chicago health facility and helping area youth to stay out of gangs.

    She has a passion for community health and plans to continue to make a difference in the lives of others.



 
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