#KingME Part 1
We took RA The MC, WordPlay, and Deborah Bond to Arts & Technology Academy PCS for the first installment of King ME.
Countdown to #LadiesFirst
#LadiesFirst is headed to Bethesda Blues & Jazz Theatre this year for the 4th Annual Breakfast!
Welcome to the revolution. It's time to end mediocrity.
Chris created this movement to ensure we practice the change we want to see.

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Miss Ify had the opportunity to mentor DC Youth with #TheFutureProject to help build action plans for their dreams. Read more...

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Our new host, @AfricanChisom, hit the streets to find out #whatthejungaloo is. We came across some interesting answers! Follow @whatthejungaloo on Instagram to unlock the clues and win VIP tickets to the LIVEST party ever!

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Apr 2015
Written by Seyi Durosoga
Drinks Lead to Music…

Patrick Chung, who recently won the super bowl championship with the New England Patriots, decided to take on a different role. He decided to be, of all things, a bar tender. No he didn’t do it to pick up women or tips but to actually help his non- profit organization, Chung Changing Lives (CCL). Chung was behind the bar from 6pm- 8:30pm at Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Stackhouse in Boston. He served New England Patriots themed signature drinks and surprised some of the patrons at the bar.

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Apr 2015
“We are more alike than we are different…”

It's a beautiful thing when technology can be used for greater good. For something other than comparison of how many likes or views -- when we can really transcend the power of instant communication to learn. 

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Mar 2015
Written by Seyi Durosoga

Wake up!!!

If you’ve seen Spike Lee’s “School Daze”, you would recognize that famous phrase. The reason I used that line to start off this blog is because the black community needs to realize that mental health issues are a real thing and anyone, of any race, could be suffering from it but because of the stigma, specifically in the black community, many mental health cases go unnoticed and unreported. One man, with the help of his platform and others, decided to make that call to action and make difference regarding the awareness of people that may have or need mental health help advisement and treatment.

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Our Philosophy

Imagine a world where people help others by having fun. The more engaging we make the act of service, the more people we can recruit to diversify our network and spread our mission of restoring power to positive trends. District Affiliates uses enhanced social experiences to rally the 1.8 billion millennials around the world for a movement to end mediocrity. We just happen to produce events.

About Our Company

District Affiliates is a social enterprise that specializes in event production. Our company independently produces a wide range of events that fuse good music, good deeds and opportunities for businesses. We also offer custom event design and management services to non-profit and corporate organizations. Our staff is comprised of creative, progressive thinkers who share the goal of using the entertainment to positively influence the masses.

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