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In 2012, Lynell E. Everett, Esq. set out on the path to build a company that serves as the vehicle to help create, celebrate, elevate, and disseminate the artistic work of Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women and LGBTQIA+ people. The company's mission is to provide a home where the artistic voices, underrepresented perspectives, and unique experiences of BIPOC, women, and LGBTQIA+ people are not only heard and seen, but are given the opportunity to thrive. 

After laying the groundwork and foundation, in 2016, Lynell brought the company fully to fruition & Bleu Anchor Entertainment, LLC, (BAE, affectionately) was born. 

BAE stands apart from the rest of the pack by producing and promoting artistic expression that is educational, socially responsible and aware, and forward thinking. The works BAE celebrates, elevates, and disseminates are meant to provide truthful, accurate, and complete representations of BIPOC, women, and LGBTQIA+ people across all areas of entertainment. When BIPOC, women, and LGBTQIA+ people "tune in" to a television program, movie, book, or any other form of artistic expression, they will see someone who looks like them staring back at them; they will read a story that's familiar and relatable; they will experience art that mimics their lives. 


Lynell, hailing from the impoverished East St. Louis, Illinois, included in BAE's foundation philanthropic endeavors directed towards rebuilding impoverished minority neighborhoods and schools. BAE, on its own and in conjunction with various community organizations, reinvests in those communities by providing finances and focusing some of its material on related educational information.

Bleu Anchor Entertainment, LLC, with Lynell at the helm, provides writing, editing, publishing, production, and many other creative, technical, and professional services. It's purpose, simply put, is to educate, entertain, and positively transform the world through all things entertainment.

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"Forgot you descend from royalty, forgot your real worth. Beautiful Black Queen don't you know you own this earth. Regain your confidence, take back your crown. You're more than body parts, true Kings and Queens are brown. Black lives matter because we built this world. Beautiful Black Queens birth godly boys and girls." 

From "Know Your Worth" in The Journey: A Collection of Poems

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