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Dr. Umar Johnson will be making his first indoor power lecture visit in Wilmington, Delaware since 2013. Black America’s #1 School Psychologist is coming to the area to equip parents and a concerned community with the data, facts, laws and statistics they need to dismantle Delaware’s school to prison pipeline.
Dr. Umar will address: EDUCATION
a) The crises in special education referrals
b) Learning disability
c) The ADHD conspiracy
d) High stakes testing
e) The criminalization of black boys
f) The test gap
g) Dangerous side effects of drugs, and much, much more!
Dr. Umar will also address five (5) major issues: POLITICS
1) Donald Trump and a Republican rule
2) The new pro-choice secretary of education, Betsy Devos, and her plans to intensify the public school voucher
3) The political economy of the black community
4) The future of the black family and the male-female romantic commitment crisis
5) The need for a new black leadership
Other topics to be discussed: UPDATES
- Future plans for the Frederick Douglass and Marcus Garvey Academy (Plus, updates regarding his recent visits to potential school sites across America)
- The dangers of immunizations
- The 2017 Repatriation Task Force to Afrika, as well as the 2017 Black College and Consciousness Tour (ages 11-17) which will begin and end in Atlanta (June 28 -July 12)
ABOUT DR. UMAR JOHNSON
The Prince of Pan-Afrikanism will be making his first indoor PowerLecture visit to Wilmington Delaware since 2013. Black America’s #1 School Psychologist is coming to town to equip parents and concerned community with the data, facts, laws and statistics they need to dismantle Delaware’s School to Prison Pipeline.
America’s foremost School Psychologist will address: a) the crises in Special Education referrals, b) the Learning Disability Hustle, c) the ADHD Conspiracy, d) high stakes testing as the New Jim Crow, e) the criminalization of Black boys, f) the Black-White Test Gap, g) dangerous side effects of Brain drugs, and much, much more!
Dr.Umar will be dealing with 5 major issues during this most important Black History MONTH Message: 1) The Donald Trump Coup De’Tat and what Republican Rule will mean for Black America in the post-Obama years, 2) The new Pro-Choice Secretary of Education Betsy Devos and her plans to intensify the public school voucher and shutdown movement in America, 3) The Political Economy of the Black Ghetto and how the Christmas shopping frenzy has become an Economic Cancer in the Black community,
4) The Future of the Black family & the Male-Female Romantic Commitment Crisis, 5) and the need for a New Black Leadership for a renewed Racist White America. The Son of Ogun will discuss the Obama-Blacklash which has become a form of domestic terrorism against Black America, as well as the media blackout on issues relevant to American Africans.
Black America’s most requested public speaker will expound upon his plans for the Frederick Douglass & Marcus Garvey Academy to include his recent visits to potential school sites across America. Dr.Johnson will discuss the dangers of immunizations and the need for the Black Consciousness Community to begin dealing with the critical needs of Black people rather than exclusively dealing with the dissemination of information.
Prince Ifatunde will discuss his upcoming repatriation task force to Afrika, as well as the 2017 Black College & Consciousness Tour (11-17 yr boys & girls) which will begin and end in Atlanta this year (6.28-7.12). Wilmington Delaware get ready for the return of the Prophet Pan-Afrikanism! Guaranteed to sellout please get your tickets in advance. Questions/Media Interviews & Vendor Requests should be directed to 844.4DR.UMAR or DrUmarJohnson@Yahoo.Com. GoFundMe.Com/DrUmar
Tuesdays & Thursday (9am – 3pm)
Call 302-224-4060, Ext. 200
- Are you caught up in the maze of the job search mania?
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If you answered “YES” to these questions, then 21st Century Job Search Strategies is for you! Whether you are a seasoned professional or new to the workforce, have been downsized, terminated or a career changer, THIS interactive 4 week Boot Camp can help you to achieve your career goals and give you the competitive edge you need to gain employment.
Come Party with The Collective and Grown Folks Friday on February 24th (8pm – 1am) as we celebrate Dave Coker’s Birthday with entertainment by Ms. Tracey A. and DJ TimDogg
$15 Includes Admission and Food … while it lasts!
* 50/50 Raffles * 50% of proceeds benefitting Ladies Auxiliary
Call 302-382-3065 for Table Reservations – Seating not guaranteed
New Castle County, DE Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. – Glitter, Glamour and Games Fundraiser, Saturday, February 25, 2017. This will be a fun-filled night with casino games, cigar and whiskey tasting, dancing and a silent auction. Proceeds will benefit the Jack and Jill Foundation and Children & Families First of Delaware. Tickets may be purchased through Eventbrite:https://jnjnccggg.eventbrite.com. Please visit www.jackandjillncc.org for more information.
Get your adrenaline pumping while gaining situational awareness and self confidence!
During this all-levels, co-ed, hands-on workshop you’ll learn to assess potentially violent situations and neutralize personal threats through physical and verbal methods as taught in the Krav Maga style of tactical self defense.
Don’t be intimidated! Our expert instructor, Chanan Smith, will teach to all levels! Learn more at www.magentacticaldefense.com.
This MeetUp is brought to you by the young professionals of Accelerate Delaware! #AccelerateDE
$25pp. Adults only. Co-ed.
The Delaware Historical Society will host a talk by author Dr. Tiffany Gill on Thursday, March 9 at 6pm at the Delaware History Museum. Admission is free but reservations are requested. Dr. Gill will discuss her latest book, Beauty Shop Politics: African American Women’s Activism in the Beauty Industry. Dr. Gill is an Associate Professor of History and Black American Studies at the University of Delaware. Her book, Beauty Shop Politics will be available for purchase in the museum store. http://bit.ly/2kCsT3H
You already know where to be this Friday! Grown & Sext Fridays at Euphoria Taproom. Come out and bring your Friends and Co-workers.
3 birthdays already confirmed. VIP sections sold out!!!
Birthdays for Asha (top), June (bottom) and Latrelle (not pictured)
* Ladies $5 before 10pm ($10 after) / Men $10
* 3 birthdays already confirmed. VIP sections sold out!!!
* $3 & $4 drinks all night long
* Two DJ’s: DJ GNYCE & DJ E-Nice
* Free Parking
* Bring Your Own Food (BYOF)
* Mature Crowd
Contact Euphoria Taproom for your birthday packages! Call TODAY (302) 836-3809
- A Celebration Concert JJ Hairston and Youthful Praise, Saturday, March 11th at 6:00(doors will open at 5:30 pm, FREE with a canned good donation)
- A Celebration Worship Service, Sunday March 12th at 9:00 AM and Reverend Silvester Beaman of Bethel A.M.E. Church in Wilmington, DE will be the Guest Preacher. For more information go to www.trclive.org.
In conjunction with the grand opening celebration for the Harriet Tubman Visitor’s Center Church Creek, Maryland, the Underground Railroad Coalition of Delaware will kick off commemorative programs on Saturday at the Delaware Historical Society and the Quaker Hill Historic Preservation Foundation, with the reading of the Governor’s Proclamation of Tubman Day. This event will include the unveiling of a new Maryland-Delaware driving guide highlighting the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway. The guide begins at the National Park in Maryland and covers sites of importance to Tubman’s early life in slavery. It continues through Delaware along a route that connects the places identified by Tubman as important to her rescue missions. The guide ends by encouraging travelers to follow the story through southeast Pennsylvania to Independence Hall. Following the ceremony, the day’s programming includes:
“Last Stop to Freedom,” Wilmington’s Enduring Role in the Underground Railroad and Harriet Tubman’s Legacy; 11:00 am – 12:30 pm, Quaker Hill Historic Preservation Foundation, Wilmington Friends Meeting House, 401 N. West Street, Wilmington, DE 19801
Discover the lasting Quaker contributions to Wilmington and the Underground Railroad by learning about the partnership between Thomas Garrett and Harriet Tubman. An historical scavenger hunt coupled with an interactive Power Point presentation on the historic grounds of the Wilmington Friends Meeting House will provide fun, learning and lively discussion.
The Underground Railroad in Delaware – Public Program; 11:00 am – 3:00 pm Delaware Historical Society, Delaware History Museum and Old Town Hall, 504 N. Market St., Wilmington, DE 1980
Walk in the footsteps of freedom seekers and the abolitionists who helped them in Delaware. Meet Harriet Tubman, John Tillman, and Thomas Garrett through various interactive activities and explore the Jane and Littleton Mitchell Center for African American Heritage. Also on view will be a small temporary exhibit entitled Deliverance in Delaware: The Underground Railroad in the First State.
Event partners: Underground Railroad Coalition of Delaware; State of Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs; Delaware Historical Society and the Mitchell Center for African American Heritage; Quaker Hill Historic Preservation Foundation.
DELAWARE’S NEW DINNER THEATER IS BACK!!!
Loving You is Killing Me is the story about two couples whose love is tested when one person in the relationship puts the other through hell and back, all in the name of love.
FRIDAY, MARCH 17 AT 7:30PM
SATURDAY, MARCH 18 AT 7:30PM
SUNDAY, MARCH 19 AT 5:30PM
Center for the Creative Arts
410 Upper Snuff Mill Road
Hockessin, DE 19709
GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!!!!
JUST $35/person (includes DINNER and SHOW)
SPREAD THE WORD!!! SEE YOU THERE!!!!
It is with great pleasure that we announce the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Epsilon Rho Zeta Chapter, Annual Finer Womanhood High Tea that benefits both the Katherine B. Ross Scholarship Fund and the General Scholarship Fund. This event will be held at the Hotel du Pont in Wilmington, Delaware, on Sunday, March 19, 2017.
In 2005 we established Zeta CAN! in an effort to further our community outreach. Zeta CAN! – The Zeta Community Action Network, along with Epsilon Rho Zeta set forth to establish the Katherine B. Ross Scholarship in 2006, adding it to the chapter’s education portfolio. Preference for this scholarship is given to adult students pursuing the academic study of education. Since 2004, the General Scholarship has been awarded to deserving young women pursuing higher education in the New Castle County community. For over 60 years, the chapter has given insurmountable hours of voluntary service to educate the public, assist youth, provide scholarships and support organized charities. The Finer Womanhood High Tea is the culminating annual event highlighting these efforts.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. is one of the nation’s largest African-American woman’s organizations; it has a proud 96 years of history based on sisterhood, finer womanhood, community service and scholarship.
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS training session will be conducted by Charles Brown, Charles is a member of the DE Blacks in Government (BIG) Chapter. Charles has over 30 years experience in federal public service. He served with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). His experience includes Program Management, providing Contract Administration for state and local fair employment practice agencies (FEPA), and being selected as a National Trainer for EEOC and FEPA personnel as a part of the National Training Institute. In addition, Charles successfully served as an EEOC Investigator of employment discrimination claims in the federal government, including the U.S. Postal Service, and as a Compliance Supervisor. Charles also possesses experience in Equal Employment Opportunity law enforcement, training, and resolution of claims, which includes the settlement process. Charles earned a Bachelor of Arts from Morgan State University.
The course outline will include:
ANTI DISCRIMINATION LAWS
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act
The Age Discrimination in Employment Act
The Americans With Disabilities Act
The Equal Pay Act
Age, race, sex, national origin, color, mental or physical disability, genetics, retaliation
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Delaware Department of Labor
IF YOU FILE WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT
Fact Finding Conferences
Similarly situated comparators
Right to Sue in Federal District Court
DE BIG Chapter
P.O. Box 1781
Wilmington, DE 19899
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join NABFEME at Warm Daddy’s as Women Who Jam! salutes music’s Living Legends! The “All-Star” lineup has created a show you don’t want to miss! Tickets available now with performances by Suzanne Burgess (Nancy Wilson), Pamela Renee Smith (Shirley Caesar), Shirley Lites (Patti LaBelle), Charlene Holloway Band (Aretha Franklin) China White (Melba Moore), Barbara Saint Lee(Valerie Simpson), Ericka Glenn (Jean Carne), Mildred Culbreth-wright (Gladys Knight), Jaz TheVoice Jordan (Stephanie Mills) and Tracey Albarran (Chaka Khan)!! Hosted by Cynthia Tyre with special NABFEME Honors given to Sylvia Traymore Morrison and Rhoda A. Blount!
Sponsored by the Cultural Programming Advisory Board & University of Delaware Gospel Choir
7:00 pm; Doors open at 6:00 pm
Tickets available at UD Box Offices (302) 831-4012
Event Contact: Center for Black Culture (302) 831-2991
About Jonathan Nelson
Jonathan Nelson is free from fear. He is brave and he is bold. As a father, husband, brother, son of a preacher, minister, worship leader and artist/producer, for all that he swiftly embraces with grace, it is no wonder that his fifth and latest release is entitled FEARLESS. For his Light Records/Entertainment One Music (eOne Music) debut, Jonathan set the tone in an audacious way with a live recording at his home church in Sunrise, Florida, The Faith Center, a self-described “melting pot of sound.” FEARLESS is anchored in the call and response of praise and worship, alongside the participatory style of audience inclusion. Through the God-inspired songs of hope, inspiration and strength, Jonathan is confident his listeners will receive the music by “embracing the messages, melodies and songs. Activate the lyrics and expect God to change their situation.”
The multiple Stellar Award winner and Dove Award-nominated artist’s calling for music and passion to serve, has expanded over the years. Inspired by mentor and friend Donald Lawrence to develop his sound further and push the boundaries of gospel music, Jonathan’s gift made room for him. The Baltimore native, with family roots steeped in ministry, strongly stands on the foundation that that journey is to be embraced and enjoyed. “There is something to learn each and every day. If you don’t enjoy it, you will have missed the moments that you should have enjoyed. I live in the day. Tomorrow will take care of itself. I am enjoying the journey through faith and the inspiration of music. Here, I encourage myself as I encourage others.”
It is through Jonathan’s own lens of openness, honesty, and acceptance without fear that he was able to access the vision for his future, but it took a small nudge from a friend in faith in order for him to pinpoint exactly what to call it. That nudge led Jonathan to embrace the forthcoming shift in his life that was revealed to him in prayer. Acknowledging this next place was “a great place of trusting, belief, great faith with no fear,” Jonathan was on his next journey and assignment in life and in music.
The first single from FEARLESS, a refreshing, contemporary-Christian sound titled “Anything Can Happen,” ushers in what Jonathan describes as “easy-listening and prophetic.” Co-written by Shamond Scales, upon initially hearing, the gifted songwriter immediately felt connected to the melody and began to pour out. The first verse clearly identifies the simplicity and magnitude of the possibilities stating, “and because God is near, anything can happen in here.” As Proverbs 18:21 identifies, “the tongue has the power of life and death,” and Jonathan firmly believes that if people can “confess, believe and receive” what they speak and do so with faith, they have the power to move mountains in their own lives. They simply must believe because without faith it is impossible to please God.
Throughout FEARLESS, Jonathan’s reverence for the Lord is amplified as he is joined by friends and family during his live recording experience, truly making it something memorable. The title track “Fearless” featuring Da’ T.R.U.T.H. was one of the last songs he and longtime co-writer/producer Kenneth Shelton, recorded. Under a three month deadline to complete the recording of the album, the ease at which the lyrics and song came together, further delivered on the adage that fear and faith cannot exist in the same space. African musician Sonnie Badu cries out with Jonathan in reverence on “Ba Ba OH” with its deliberate and impactful piano strums in honor of its literal translation, “Father.”
It remains a family affair when Jonathan’s twin brother Jason lends himself on the captivating “Everything You Are (Jesus Chant).” The magnitude of the guitars and piano feel as big as the surrendering taking place with the lyrics – “You’re my sun, my moon, my stars; Everything, You are; Lord, I praise You, celebrate You; For just being God.” There’s something to be said for sitting back and admiring God for His craftsmanship, especially when it reflects how thankful you are. And this song is a stirring example of the beauty and power of the Almighty. “I Believe (Island Medley)” and “My Hope” round out Jonathan’s top three songs that represent and embody the essence of encouragement he is offering to the world through this recording. “People are afraid to take that first step of faith to believe. God is saying don’t be afraid, and these songs, are my response to Him.”
With FEARLESS, Jonathan is clear what he desires for listeners to receive. “I pray people to be healed of whatever is ailing them. I want them to be empowered (to seek Him for themselves), to be encouraged (in whatever situation they are in) and be inspired (to believe).” As the husband of seventeen years to Christina and father to his son and daughter, Jonathan Nelson desires to deliver a legacy of music and ministry that cross generations with FEARLESS. In providing ministry through song, the foundation for the future will be anchored in faith. And Jonathan wouldn’t have it any other way.
The Inspirational Storytelling and Spoken Word Festival is a new free event at the Art Studio on April 8. The Inspirational Storytelling and Spoken Word Festival will open with poetry by Delaware’s Poets Laureate, the Twin Poets, whose compassion and commitment for their words is only outdone by their work in the community. The Twin Poets are the first African Americans to hold the post for Delaware and the first twins, siblings and spoken word artist to share the state title of laureate nationally. Inspirational performances include featured Storyteller, musician and vocalist TAHIRA; Richard Raw, wordsmith and community activist will perform with his blend of soul, spoken word, funk and hip-hop; and Griots Wa Umoja, a Performing Cultural Arts Ensemble, will present their mix of storytelling, percussion and dance. In addition, young artists who have participated in a free 6-week workshop with TAHIRA will have the opportunity to perform. Doors open at 10:30, event begins at 11:30 a.m.
This program is supported, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. The Division promotes Delaware arts events on www.DelawareScene.com
“Empowering Our Sisters: Our Journey to Wellness”
The fourth annual health and wellness summit, “Empowering Our Sisters: Our Journey to Wellness”,will be held on Saturday, April 15, 2017 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the John H. Ammon Medical Education Center located at Christiana Hospital in Newark, DE. Again, the health summit seeks to empower women and girls to take control of their health by promoting the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. There is a pressing need within our community to elevate awareness of the physical and mental health issues that women and young ladies, ages 11 and over, are facing.
The Summit will focus on health and wellness – body, mind and spirit, with an emphasis on prevention (nutrition, fitness and holistic wellness), chronic disease management (cardiovascular, diabetes, and cancer), mental and emotional wellness, healthy living and lifestyle changes.
A healthy continental breakfast, registration and health screenings will begin at 8:00 a.m. Workshops, sessions and drawings for prizes will occur throughout the day. A free lunch will also be provided. If you need transportation, please email us at email@example.com.
Parking: To park, follow signs to Lot-T. Guest parking will only be in Lot-T. A free shuttle will pick you up from Lot-T and drop you off at the John H. Ammon Medical Education Center. It will return you to Lot-T after the event.
Delta Outreach and Education Center, Inc. (DOEC) is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that was established in 1993 by the Wilmington (DE) Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Its goal is to provide a variety of community outreach services in the areas of physical and mental health, youth development, education, economic development and political awareness and involvement to Wilmington and surrounding areas. For more informaton, visitwww.doecinc.org.
Wilmington (DE) Alumnae Chapter (WAC) of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (DST) was chartered on March 6, 1949 in New Castle County. Today, the chapter has over 260 members and has been recognized for its comprehensive, innovative and impactful programming. WAC is a recipient of several honors from the national and regional organizations of DST, the Governor’s Outstanding Volunteer Award for Community Service, as well as awards from other community and local organizations. Visit http://www.dstwilmingtonde.org to find out more information about our programming.
Glasgow Park is located on Rt. 40 & 896 in Newark, DE
Sign in at 9 a.m. and Kick-off at 10 a.m. sharp
Help raise awareness for Sarcoidosis and to share my story of my battle for 17 1/2 yrs.
Please note that while all proceeds for this event benefit the Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research, this event is being managed and led by a volunteer walk leader. FSR will not be present for the event. If you have questions the walk leader is unable to answer or concerns about this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 312-341-0500.
On April 22, 2017 the Delaware Junteteenth Association (DEJA) will be hosting the First Annual Freedom Gala, benefiting the Delaware Junteenth Pageant Scholarship Fund. The Freedom Gala is a unique event that will create a celebratory atmosphere as we raise awareness of and express the importance Juneteenth. Please join us for a night of elegance, celebration and freedom. Dinner will be prepared by Award-winning Chef O’Shay Lolley. Entertainment will be provided by a live band.
We need your support to help continue to grow our efforts.Tickets are $50 per person and are available from January 20th until April 10th. Group discounts available.
Please visit http://delawarejuneteenth.org/ or contact 302-513-5863 for additional information!
See you there!!!
Come unwind and #Network with Female #WorldChangers
Special guests & lots of surprises. Come share or just listen, relax and laugh as we discuss strategies to champion life, love and #LivingInPurposeOnPurpose
Light Refreshments & Giveaways
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Tickets are only $10
Join me on Saturday, April 29th, as we celebrate the Royal life! It will be an afternoon of friendship and fun! And the first 20 guests will be eligible to enter into a fabulous Mother’s Day Gift Basket Drawing. We will have a pre-order special on the books for only $15.00 from April 1st – April 22nd. Please order them on the website: www.unearthingtheroyalty.com. The day of the Launch books will be $20.00 and “2” for $30.00.
Remember – God desires to unveil your identity, unlock your purpose, unleash your rightful potential and unearth your Royalty from within! “You shall also be a crown of glory in the hand of the Lord and a Royal Diadem, in the hand of God.” (Isaiah 62:3). This is your promise, for such a time as this! Welcome to the Journey!
Look forward to seeing you,