Equality Should Be Normal (ESBN) is excited to announce our Inaugural Gala on March 13th at 7 PM CST, with VIP Access starting at 6:30 PM. This event is in support of equity and colon cancer awareness.
The Gala is the first of its kind for the organization that has successfully provided assistance to thousands of underserved families and the homeless in the City of Chicago’s South Side neighborhoods.
The primary goal for this gala is to build awareness of inequalities in America while raising funds for Equality Should Be Normal, with a portion being donated to Grassroots Law, Colon Cancer Foundation, and the Black In Cancer Organization.
The Gala will be hosted by Talk Show Host, and Radio Personality, Loni Swain. With Musical Guest, Recording Artist Keke Wyatt, and much more!
ESBN prides itself on building a better future that is equitable and fair for everyone. With that, we are excited to include Shaun King, Journalist, Civil Rights Activist, as our keynote speaker.
We will also be celebrating Amanda Puck for her outstanding humanitarian efforts in the City of Chicago with the 1st Annual Barbara Murphy Humanitarian Award.
As our nation continues to recover from the influx of political chaos and racial disparities, this will be a night of celebration. Activating unity and paying homage to the lost and looking towards a promising future.
General Gala Ticket: Includes Zoom link and commemorative Equality Should Be Normal Colon Cancer Awareness Sweat Shirt. LIMITED TO 300
VIP Gala Ticket: Includes Zoom link and Q&A with Shaun King and ESBN Founder Romel Murphy. Also includes a meal kit for 2 from Executive Chef Brian Jupiter and a commemorative Equality Should Be Normal Colon Cancer Awareness Sweatshirt.
LIMITED TO 200
Inaugural Gala on March 13th, this event supports equity and colon cancer awareness. The primary goal for this gala is to build awareness of inequalities in America while raising funds for ESBN.
The keynote speaker is Shaun King, hosted by Loni Swain, a performance by Keke Wyatt, meal kits provided by award-winning chef Brian Jupiter and so much more!
To close the night out ESBN will be presenting the 2021 Barbara Murphy Humanitarian Award to Amanda Puck for her outstanding service to the City of Chicago.