GREGORYWELLNESS/ GREGORYENTERTAINMENT

Today I am excited to announce a broadened scope to the profile of all of my father’s social media pages. Years ago we created these profiles to post exciting updates and engagements in Dick Gregory’s world. These profiles then and now highlight my father’s incredible life. Gregory Wellness — is the Health and Wellness armContinue reading “GREGORYWELLNESS/ GREGORYENTERTAINMENT”

The Greater Washington Urban League

 Thank you, Greater Washington Urban League @GWUL365 It was a pleasure meeting with your President and CEO George H. Lambert, Jr. I had a delightful time discussing Turn Me Loose with the very talented Ms. Roland Marie Turner Host of GWULs On Track Radio Show on WPGC (link below). Here’s to 80 years of serviceContinue reading “The Greater Washington Urban League”

Turn Me Loose / Arena Stage

https://www.arenastage.org/tickets/season-landing/turn-me-loose/ Epic opening night! What an incredible performance. Please don’t miss the opportunity to experience what the entire DC area is electrified over. For tickets please visit arenastage.org the play runs through October 14th! Heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to everyone who had a hand in opening night’s official DC premier of Turn Me Loose @arenastageContinue reading “Turn Me Loose / Arena Stage”

The National Memorial for Peace and Justice

For 72 hours, I had the pleasure of traveling between Florida, Alabama and Georgia. It was 1,217 miles of purposeful driving, reflecting, soul searching, redemption and release. The purpose of our road trip was to retrace the steps of my father, Dick Gregory, and to speak with many of his Civil Rights friends and colleagues.Continue reading “The National Memorial for Peace and Justice”

Reflection • Appreciation • Gratitude

As Dick Gregory would say, ”When they love you, they love you” — Heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to the hundreds of loving hands and minds that prepared, arranged and presented the week-long Dick Gregory Exhibit at The Oxon Hill Manor. The love for the man and his sacrifice is palpable throughout the exhibit. A pictureContinue reading “Reflection • Appreciation • Gratitude”

Dick Gregory chose to be an agitator!

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/dick-gregory-i-chose-to-be-an-agitator/ ”I chose to be an agitator. And there’s one interesting thing about being an agitator — and I tell people — the next time you put your underwear in the washing machine, take the agitator out, and all you’re going to end up with is some dirty, wet drawers.” Please join us tomorrow (FebruaryContinue reading “Dick Gregory chose to be an agitator!”