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Summer Sounds presented by Power In One

If you’re looking for music, fashion, afro-centric empowerment, and over all good vibes this summer, don’t just go to Afropunk, check out all these PIO sponsored/associated events as well. Each of the managing partners of the brand, Ryan, Atuya, and Kerrick, cultivate in separate markets which offers the brand an opportunity to spread the empowering energy of PIO locally and not just through the internet. The PIO sponsored events I mentioned will take place in…

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PIO Celebrates Malcolm X Day 2019 (May 19th)

hol•i•day (noun) a day of festivity or recreation where no work is done. a day fixed by law or custom on which ordinary business is suspended in commemoration of some event or in honor of some person. a time or period of exemption from any requirement, duty, assessment, etc. To me, holidays are about more than just having a day off from work or school, or a reason to be exempt from obligations. I feel…

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PIO 2018 Recap

The end of the year is a great time to reflect on the journey of highs and lows one has faced in order to prepare for the year to come. A new year often symbolizes a reset, to start anew and with that in mind it is important to consider that you don’t necessarily need a date change in order to have a reset, you can choose to evolve when you feel it is best.…

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ELW 2018 and Afro Cool Fest Recap

ELW 2018 and the AFRO COOL FEST in Charlotte, NC July 20-22, 2018 Ever heard of ELW? It stands for Empowering Lifestyles Weekend and is a weekend collective of events created to implement empowering experiences. From a 5K race, to an all white yacht party, to a music and dance filled PIO hosted mini festival, this weekend is jam packed with fun and good vibes. It has been hosted in Charlotte, NC for the past…

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Our Annual Community Power Up Weekend: #ELW2018

July 2018 means another edition of our annual community power up weekend…we call it Empowering Lifestyles Weekend!  Empowering Lifestyles Weekend (ELW) is the collective vision of Power In One (PIO) Fashion Boutique, Fit Bye Pharr Fitness Studio and I Can, We Will.   ELW 2018 is presented by Power In One Clothing and Healthy Phit Physical Therapy & Wellness Consultants. Our desire is to build knowledge and recognition of our brands while uplifting the community, the…

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Kolpeace in his Own Words

[reflection on being a Power In One Brand Ambassador]  Power In One gave me a chance to change my opportunity, give back to my community, and create a new experience. When I first started working with this brand, they didn’t treat me like another obligation or a reason to improve their brand. They treated as if I had the power to change my own future. Funny thing is , it took me until now to…

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Malcolm X Day 2018

  Malcolm X Day 2018 3-D is not a term that just applies to a film format. Our bodies are 3-Dimensional as well as our physical brains so why wouldn’t our minds have the same ability to view the world through multi layered lenses, to see people for all the things they are instead of the stereotypes and character types we expect them to fulfill without even knowing them. It is easy to also remember…

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Actor & Entrepreneur, AJ Carr on His Power In One

To have Power In One is to be inspired to create effective change and growth. I believe it is that one thing that really helps to identify your truth as an individual. As a creative, I am always eager to understand the perspectives and inner workings of other creatives’ minds. As a fashion designer I seek inspiration from literally anywhere and I love to get a sense of where that flow comes from within others.…

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Malcolm X Personified The Power In One

Malcolm X was one of the most prominent black leaders during the civil rights era of the 1950s and 1960s, advocating black pride, a separate black community and  self-defense. In December 1953, a little more than a year after he was paroled from prison, Malcolm was named the minister at the NOI’s Boston mosque, Temple No. 11. The following year he also became the minister at Temple No. 12 (Philadelphia) and Temple No. 7 (New…

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