Ruby L. Taylor, MSW is a visionary set on bringing her community together through education and healing. She attended Virginia Union University, where she received her bachelors in social work, and then Howard University, where she received her maters in social work. Since founding the LEGACY! card game, which helps black and brown families create generational wealth, she has moved on to something greater! The National Family Game Night for Black History Month is her latest initiative that will celebrate Black History Month and Black board and card game developers from the comfort of home. See the full details from her PR Web release below.
National Family Game Night for Black History Month is bringing the history of black wealth and black board and card game developers to the Black History celebration. Often we hear about the racial wealth gap and we rarely hear about the history of black wealth outside of Black Wall Street. February is a great month for us to celebrate the history of black wealth and black game developers. National Family Game Night will do that and so much more.
National Family Game Night for Black History invites corporations, organizations, churches, and families to join our night of celebrating the history of black wealth and black board and card game developers. On February 26th, 2021 we are asking all participants to play a game with their families and co-workers that was created by a black creator. Next, we are asking all participants to read the National Family Game Night Guide and learn a new fact about the history of black wealth within the United States of America.
This year we will celebrate The Grand Fountain of the United Order of True Reformers. The Grand Fountain of the United Order of True Reformers was one of the largest and most successful Black business enterprises in the United States. We want to go back to our past in order to bring this legacy to our future.
On February 26th, 2021 participants will use the National Family Game Night Guide and Build Generational Wealth Planner to have an amazing game night experience in the comfort of our homes. Families will be gifted with a list of games created by black creators (before 02/26/2021) and last but not least all participants will be invited to a thirty-five minutes Zoom Celebration to officially start off National Family Game Night for Black History. Cash and game prizes will be won and the best game by a black creator and the best investment platform will be announced.
“Ensuring there’s an event intact to celebrate black wealth and black game developers will help us build generational wealth and unite as a family to get ahead and maintain what we have is necessary,” said Taylor.
“It’s my mission to celebrate black wealth and game developers and do so in a fun, exciting way.” National Family Game Night for Black History Month will offer participants a generational wealth planner, games and cash prizes and a night of fun. Those interested are encouraged to sign up at https://NationalFamilyGameNight.com to participate in the event.