Statement from Dr. Jamesetta Ferguson, MOLO Village
“This evening, we received the unfortunate news that there was a homicide on 13th and Jefferson Street. near The Village @ West Jefferson in the Russell neighborhood. We do not know officially the circumstances of the incident at this time, but we wanted to send our condolences to those involved. We will assist the Louisville Metro Police Department anyway we can. Please remember to keep our whole community safe. If you see something, please say something. Again, we can not comment on the investigation because we do not know the circumstances, but I can say that we will remain vigilant in watching out for our neighbors.”
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ERICKA NICOLE MALONE ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCES HULU DEAL
(Los Angeles, California) Louisville, native, former Western Kentucky University, (WKU) student, Ericka Nicole Malone of Ericka Nicole Malone Entertainment, LLC, is available for interviews. The Youth Performing Arts School, (YPAS), graduate of Manual High, a JCPS school is a successful writer, director, and executive producer. He latest award-winning project is “Remember Me: The Mahalia Jackson Story” starring Ledisi, Columbus Short, Janet Hubert, Keith David, Wendy Raquel Robinson, and Keith Robinson.
Malone says “I am so excited about this latest project; we took this film to various film festivals receiving so much attention. I am so excited to announce that this project you can now see the film on Hulu. This is a major deal for film and my production company. I am so proud of my Kentucky roots and every opportunity I get I acknowledge my home state.”
ERICKA NICOLE MALONE ENTERTAINMENT is a production company focused on the development, production/co-production and distribution of film, television, and animated projects nationwide.
Winners from left to right: Miss Ariel Thompson, Ms. Dominique Joy Thompson and Teen Nia Franklin
(Louisville, KY) Tonight, at the Louisville Memorial Auditorium in Louisville, KY. For the first time in more than ten years, a woman was crowned Miss Black Kentucky USA. Miss Ariel Thompson was crowned in front of some 250 friends, families and newfound fans.
Each division crowned a representative who will represent the Commonwealth of Kentucky for the next calendar year and will head to the national pageant.
Here’s this year’s winners:
Teen division winner is Miss Nia Franklin of Louisville, KY
Miss division winner Miss Ariel Thompson of Louisville, KY
Ms. division winner is Ms. Dominique Joy Thompson of Louisville, KY (Hometown Chicago, Il)
Just minutes after her win, Thompson says “It is amazing! To finally win something. I always get second and/or third but to win it feels surreal.”
Dr. Ashley Anderson says “It was truly a night to remember. To hear the audience cheering for the young ladies brought tears to my eyes. These ladies have worked hard and will represent this pageant in a grand way, and I’m so honored to have played a part in their journey.”
This evening, thousands of dollars of scholarship money was awarded along with Miss Congeniality, Volunteer Award and People’s Choice Awards.
The birth of the Miss Black Kentucky USA franchise is one that will have an impact on young women of Kentucky for generations to come. Beyond the scholarships that will be awarded in Miss, Ms., and Teen divisions, the life skills programming will be sure to elevate the minds and lives of all participants. It will
groom leaders, shed light on issues of concern in the community, and meaningfully fund the educational pursuits of Black women in Kentucky. It is my intent that this program becomes the largest scholarship funding source for young women of color across Kentucky.
Stay tuned for details of the pageant Miss Ariel Thompson will attend plus how you can be a part of Miss Black Kentucky USA 2023.