As an advocate for social justice and equality in the black community, Romel, has always incorporated his passion for giving back in all that he does. As an experienced entrepreneur, marketer, and artist manager, Romel Murphy is tenured in managing multiple facets of the entertainment industry while creating innovative ways to connect his events and artist to positively impact local urban communities.
Romel Murphy is an alumnus of TSU and Loyola University, and originally from a neighborhood in St. Louis, Mo. that mirrors many underrepresented communities around the country.
As Romel settled in Chicago with his wife and two kids, he was called to promote justice and equality for all Black people in a significant way - Romel established Equality Should Be Normal (ESBN), a 501(3)c, in Chicago as his life's work.
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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.