LYVBH Community Events

Let Your Voice Be Heard, Inc. was founded with the vision of voicing the concerns of members of society who encounter social injustices and tragedies and uplifting impoverished communities through resourceful and productive events. Since our founding in 2016 we have focused on several social justice related concerns such as police brutality, black on black violence, youth crime, anger management, love and pace and many more topics. We have also focused on rebuilding the community through financial programs, resources, employment, safety and more through various events and always focus on giving back at the same  time. Our sole mission is to improve our conditions through empowerment and sometimes it calls for our voice to be cast to the highest mountains to make the impact that is so much needed. Find out more information about our past community events.


View pictures from the June 2016 Saving Our City Event which featured a community fun day and stop the violence themed performances by dance and step teams from the Orlando, FL area. This was made to bring the community together through peace, food, drinks and outreach.


View pictures from the June 2016 Orlando Blackout March through Downtown Orlando, FL of over 2,000 people which focused on the tragic deaths of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling by law enforcement and correlated with the movement "Black Lives Matter." Hosted by Ashanta Davis and co-hosted by Black Orlando United.


View pictures from the September 2016 Unite or Die March which called for an end to black on black violence. This march took place in Pine Hills, FL and featured the Nation of Islam and Let  Your Voice Be Heard, Inc.

rally in tally for state attorney aramis ayala

View pictures from the March 2017 Rally in Tally for State Attorney Aramis Ayala which was an organized effort with over 750 people from Orlando, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Jacksonville and Tallahassee joining efforts to rally in support of State Attorney Aramis Ayala against Governor Scott's decision to remove her from Markeith Loyd's case and 23 other capital first degree murder cases due to the State Attorney's discretion to not pursue the death penalty. This was not a rally in support of any accused or convicted murderers but to support the State Attorney's effort to stand against the system and change a system that has failed many for far too long. 


On July 8th, 2017, the 1st ANNUAL CENTRAL FLORIDA COMMUNITY CARE FAIR & CONCERT took place at the Central Florida Fairgrounds Main Venue. Aimed to help "stop the violence" this was an expo event with over 50 vendors from social services and non profits to financial services and job employers all in one building to show the great resources Central Florida has. There was also be an after- party concert with with live performances by music acts such as Mook Boy, Eliseo Way, Quent Aleem, Caesar Flow, Pretti Emage, Destiny J and more , dance teams such as Divaz of Pink Sapphyre hit the floor and guest speakers, food and drinks and more were all in the building. 

2nd annual pine hills stop the violence all white tee walk

Join us July 29th, 2017 at the Ark Christian Center (5005 Silver Star Road) at 6:00 pm as we take part of the 2nd Annual Pine Hills Stop the Violence All White Tee Walk Co-hosted by Let Your Voice Be Heard, Inc's Vice President, Zulu Dynasty. This is an annual major peace walk that shows the great businesses and residents of the Pine Hills neighborhood coming together in Solidarity.