Jasmine Dee has won the Miss Black America Florida pageant, the beauty queen is excited to use her platform to bring Awareness. While preparing to open her own activities center a few block from her high school where she won Miss Miami Northwestern. Jasmine is now looking for opportunities to inform Parents and Students how to apply early for scholarships through her Foundation.
Being a pageant girl since a little girl has truly had an in pack on Jasmine Dee personal life and career life, writing multi books to inspire the youth but still trying to navigate into adulthood while being put under a microspore to liv by her pageant title. Balancing her adult life has been very challenging for her, so this year Jasmine decided to ''Produce her own web series named '' The Diary Of Jasmine Dee Being a Pageant girl'' Jasmine choose to allow views to come on the journey as she battle being a pageant girl while stil having fun as a young girl
JasmineDee said - ''The hardest part of doing the show was deciding to open my life up to the public and allow cameras inside my house. I'm such a private person. Being that I manage 8 successful companies per day and is struggling with an odd addiction to be me and have fun. My life is very busy and un- normal."
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Diary of JasmineDee Being a pageant girl
About the Miss Black America Pageant
It was originally a local Philadelphia area contest to protest the lack of black women in the Miss America pageant. J. Morris Anderson created and produced the Miss Black America Pageant on August 17, 1968 at the Ritz-Carlton in Atlantic City. With support from Phillip H. Savage, Tri-State Director of the NAACP, the pageant received nationwide press coverage as a protest against the Miss America Pageant, an event that Mr. Savage and other NAACP leaders had long condemned for exclusion of black women contestants.
The Miss Black America pageant is the original competition for young African American women in areas such as speech, talent, style, and poise — it is essentially the black version of the popular Miss America pageant. Throughout the years the pageant has featured and garnered the support of the some of the most prominent artists, activists, performers of our time including Stevie Wonder, Curtis Mayfield, and Oprah Winfrey. With a rich history of over 40 years of excellence, in 2009 the pageant had its "kick off" in Washington, D.C. to rebrand the competition for the new generation.
In September 1977, NBC televised the Miss Black America contest, the day before CBS televised Miss America.
At age 17, Winfrey won the Miss Black Tennessee beauty pageant.
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