In the Press & Speaking Engagements

Darla asking President Obama a question at his Town Hall in July 2011 at the University of Maryland.

Speaking Engagements: 

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Media: 

Collected Young Minds Spotlight Part 1:  A past that shapes the present – passion, inspiration, purpose

 

Collected Young Minds Spotlight Part 2: Our present is their future – education, impact, giving back

[Video] GVH Live:  Millennial Achievements Recognized During Millennial Week 

Chasity Cooper:  Millennial Week Opening Reception

C Media USA:  Millennial Week Kicks Off 

What Do I Wear:  Millennial Week Kick-off Reception

Pamela’s Punch:  Millennial Week Launches in DC

K Street Magazine:  Millennials 

Little Black Blog:  Millennial Week Opening Awards and Reception 

emPower Magazine: First Book-DC gives low-income youth access to books; promotes literacy 

Deseret News:  Many approve of Bill Gates’ latest words on education, but some question their source — Gates himself 

Friends of Ebonie:  To Be Young & Giving Back: A Profile on Capital Cause’s Giving Circles Projects

Black Gives Back:  DC Nonprofits Pitch Young African American Philanthropists for $10,000 in Community Grants

Black Celebrity Giving: BCG Reads Twitter Chat Champions Reading in Black Communities 

[Video] All Eyes on DC:  Darla Bunting Talks Education in the District  

Non-Profit Help, LLC: Local Spotlight Feature: First Book-DC

Capital Media USA– A Beautiful and Bothered Bunting Buying Books on Her Birthday

The Fab Empire:  DMV Kids Receive Books from ‘Five Years of Fab Book Drive’

Empower Magazine- Grassroots Giver: First Book Gives Needy Kids Access to Quality Books

Guest of a Guest: Fashion Empowering Women Lends a Hand for DCPS Beautification Day

DC School Reform Now: Teacher Spotlight 

The Whitehouse: Remarks by the President at the University of Maryland Town Hall

Colesvillee Patch: Obama Talks Debt, Taxes and Drug Decriminalization at UMD

Education Week: Elementary Students Encouraged to Set College Goals

GOOD: What do you want to be when you grow up?

CBS Newswire: For Some a Students, a Diverse Field of Candidates Presents Tough Choices

The Diamondback: Black Student Union Readies for New Leadership

The Diamondback: Women Dominating Governing Positions

The Philadelphia Inquirer: She’s Never too Busy to Listen

Next Step Magazine: New Jersey/Pennsylvania Super Teens

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