Friday, December 21, 2012
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
night at approximately 6pm, Henry Sandoval - a long-time youth leader
and organizer with the Youth Justice Coalition and graduate of FREE L.A.
High School - was shot across the street from Chuco's. The bullet
struck him in the side of his chest just below his left armpit as he was
He was not the intended target - every one who
knows Henry also knows that he lives, breathes and spreads unity,
integrity and peace. But as many have said, in L.A. bullets have no
names. It's 2 am, and he just came out of surgery. The surgeons
reported that the bullet hit his heart and lung but did not do permanent
damage. The bullet has been removed and he is in stable condition.
As he was lying on the floor at Chuco's waiting
for the paramedics, he asked that everyone pray for him. Please,
whoever you look to for strength and guidance - God, Allah, Jah, the
ancestors, the stars, the universe - send up a special request for
We Love You, Henry!
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Founder and Executive Director Tanya Kersey of the Hollywood Black Film Festival (HBFF) are proud of the huge success of this years’ film festival. The four-day film festival took place Thursday, October 25, 2012 through Sunday, October 28, 2012, hosted at the W Hotel, with film screenings at the Montalban Theater in Hollywood, CA.
|(l-r) Actor Walter Fauntleroy; Producer Veronica Nichols; Producer ND Brown; Tanya Kersey, Founder and Executive Director Hollywood Black Film Festival; Actor Christian Keyes; Actress Brely Evans, Actress Eva Marcille and Director Trey Haley.|
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
|Courtesy of Youth Justice Coalition|
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
You don't want to miss this very powerful workshop. RECLAIM YOUR HEALTH!!
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Thursday, October 11, 2012
Here is the Southern California Culture Alert from Rina Rubenstein. Explore the arts within our community. To become a part of the Culture Alert list or add your event email Rina at CultureAlert@hotmail.com. Click Here
Thursday, October 11 - Saturday, October 13 @ 8pm
Sunday, October 14 @ 2pm*
*The Sunday show will be preceded by a Family "Bring Your Own Brunch* gathering in the East West Players courtyard, starting at 12 noon.
All are welcome to join! Community organizations will have information tables and food trucks will have savory snacks available for purchase.
General Admission $10
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
|Phenomenal Woman, Kim Anthony|
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All proceeds will go towards the scholarship and we request a $10.00 donation.
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- 6:00pm until 9:00pm
- St. Luke's Episcopal Church 525 E. 7th St. Long Beach, CA 90813
The event will provide a crucial space for queer, undocumented, and/or API youth to come together, collaborate, and support each other. We often have conversations about increasing the visibility of API and queer youth in the undocumented movement to make sure that we address the injustices people face holistically. The Power and Love: API Undocumented Cultural Show scholarship fundraiser actually accomplishes this.
The Night of Power and Love: API Undocumented Cultural Show will attempt to raise $5,000 for 5-10 scholarships for API Undocumented students, provide a space for local API community member to meet each other, and provide a space for local Dream Teams or undocumented group members to meet API community members in hopes for more collaborative work and organizing.
(Stay tuned! more performers will be confirmed)
Special Guest Artist: Sakuntala
**Jalebi Ghulam (Debut)
If you would like your donation to be tax deductible, all checks should be payable to NDLON, memo Dream Team Los Angeles. Please send your donation to: UCLA Downtown Labor Center 675 S. Park View St., Los Angeles, CA 90057. For information, please contact Bupendra Ram at Bupendra.Ram@gmail.com
Endorsed by: Asian Pacific American Legal Center, API Equality-L.A., California Immigrant Policy Center, C.I.R.C.L.E Project, F.U.E.L CSULB, IDEPSCA, Khmer Girls In Action, Korean-Americans United for Equality (KUE-LA), Long Beach IRC, National Immigration Law Center, Orange County Dream Team (OCDT), San Gabriel Valley Immigrant Youth Coalition, Satrang So Cal, South Asian Network.
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Part of the Living Your Best Life Now Series
.Just say a few words
Mingle and Have some outrageous fun
Hosted by Bea Sweet
Kim Battle AKA Koke Boogotti will be mixin on the 1's and 2's as well as co-hosting
Surprises and Good Times are definitely in store
9:30.P.M. -2 A.M.
$7 until 11:00 PM
Monday, October 1, 2012
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Attached is my donation video request from YouTube and it has sample scenes of the film. If you can make a donation that would be great! If you can forward this WIDELY that would be very helpful also.
Thank you very, very much!
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Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Renatta Nikole is an actress, singer, painter, writer...a true ARTISTE!!. She is definitely the one to watch!
See the Gifted masterpiece in action in the trailer for Becasue He Loved Me below:
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
|Photo Credit: Richard Ross of youth detained at Los Padrinos Juvenile Hall in Downey|
FAMILIES UNLOCKING FUTURES
Solutions to the Crisis in Juvenile Justice
Today, Tuesday, September 25, 2012, the Youth Justice Coalition, as a part of the national network Justice for Families, assembled on the steps of the Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration to release a report exposing the crisis in the juvenile injustice system.
Based on over 1,000 surveys with parents and family members of incarcerated youth and 24 focus groups nationwide, Families Unlocking Futures aims to correct misperceptions about system-involved youth and their families, and demonstrates the need for families’ active participation in redesigning the youth justice system in order to secure safer and more prosperous communities.
“We know that engaging, involving and supporting families are essential strategies if we truly want court-involved youth to succeed. But the current system neither reflects nor embraces that truth,” said Bart Lubow, Director of the Juvenile Justice Strategy Group at the Annie E. Casey Foundation. “As a matter of public safety, justice, and simple common sense, we should re-engineer juvenile justice so that families are at the center of the work.”
Rickia Collins, a youth leader with the Youth Justice Coalition was in and out of the system from the age of 12. "The system was supposed to protect us, to teach us, to raise us. Instead, I came to fear juvenile halls and jails as places that beat me down, stole my hope and squashed my dreams. We are here today to push for real opportunities so all youth can succeed."
Maria Luisa Borrego is a parent leader with the Youth Justice Coalition. Her only son Steven Menendez was 14 when he was arrested and transferred into adult court through direct file by the District Attorney without a judicial hearing. He was sentenced to 50 to Life even though he was not accused of being the shooter, and it was his first arrest.
Borrego’s story highlights the inhumane and extreme sentencing of young people who are transferred into adult court. "The idea that Steven will spend 50 years or more in prison seems to me exactly like a
death sentence. Some days, I have thought that death might actually be less painful. The law says my son is not repairable, but I have already witnessed the good man he is becoming. This is happening despite the cold, violence and abuse he sees every day in juvenile hall and now state prison. Imagine what he could accomplish – and what all the other youth serving Life sentences in the United Sates could accomplish – if they were given that opportunity. This report is our plea that America will see our children as human beings not monsters."
Justice for Families is unique as a system-change effort led by families rather than public officials, lawyers and advocates. The perspectives of people that have been directly impacted are particularly honest and the solutions especially urgent.
Grace Bauer is Co-Director of Justice for Families. Her son Corey was abused and neglected throughout his incarceration. She emphasized, “The juvenile justice system is rife with misconceptions and stereotypes about youth and their families. Whether we are trying to do what’s best for our own child or fight for systemic reform, we as the families of these young people have been blamed, ignored, and cut out of the process. The time is now to fix this broken system.”
Today’s action was an effort to do just that. Youth and their families are demanding that the system include them in the debates and decisions impacting youth. From the initial contact youth have with police in the streets or schools, to court, and within detention and incarceration, young people and their families have a right to critique and shape the system toward one that sees the humanity of all youth and ensures a future beyond cages and coffins.
FALL CLASSES - $5 per class (Oct. 8 – Nov. 24)
No registration required - come on day of class
Drums - Marcus L. Miller
4 – 5 pm (7 – 12 years)
5 – 6 pm (13 years and up)
Drawing & Painting - Raul Baltazar
4 – 5:30 (7 – 12 years)
Keyboard - Aeros Pierce
2:30 – 3:30 pm, (Adult / Senior)
4 – 5 pm, Beginner (7 – 18 years)
5 – 6 pm, Returning Students (7 -18 years)
Early Childhood Ukulele - Daniel Corral
4 – 5 pm, Beginner (3 - 6 years)
Guitar - Daniel Corral
5 – 6 pm, Beginner (7 -18 years)
6 - 7 pm, Beginner (Adult / Senior)
Line Dance - Nawili Gray
11 am – Noon (Adult/Seniors)
Crafting Circle – Cheryl Williams
Noon – 2 pm (Adult/Seniors)
Teen Art – Raul Baltazar Noon – 2pm (13 – 19 years)
Every third Saturday Art on the Lawn - 10 – Noon (FREE All ages)
Save the Date!!!! October 6, 2012 Dragon's Flight Opening Festival
Noon - 6 pm Free
PROGRAM EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES OF DRAGON”S FLIGHT
Opening Concert & Resource Fair
Kamau Daood, Chicano Son, Marcus L. Miller World Drum Ensemble,
Rifleman, DJ Ern Medina of Soul Assassins Radio, Hosted by MC Verbs
Also presentations by grassroots organizations working on issues of
Live silk-screening by Dewey Tafoya
Saturday October 6, 2012 Noon – 6 pm FREE
STAINED: An Intimate Portrayal of State Violence
A performance by Patrisse Marie Cullors
October 20, 2012 2 - 4 pm FREE
Dia De Los Muertos Art Workshop
Lead by artists Cheryl Williams and Raul Baltazar
November 3, 2012 2 – 4 pm FREE
More info TBA
November 10, 2012 2 - 4 pm FREE
Health and Wellness Fair
More info TBA
November 17, 2012 11 am - 1 pm FREE
DRAGON'S FLIGHT Exhibit October 6 – November 24, 2012
Dragon’s Flight is a six-week exhibition running from October 6
through November 24, introduced by a free one-day community arts
festival concert and celebration as the opening event on October 6
from 12 - 6 p.m. The exhibition’s theme is the transformative power of
creating art, and its ability to reclaim and re-grow personal identity
in the face of negative trauma. The artists curated into the
exhibition are specifically people who are or have been incarcerated
or in collaboration with incarcerated artists. The work exhibited is
drawn from pieces created both inside prison and on the outside.
Exhibition partners include A.D.E.L.A.N.T.E., a transition
organization founded by artist Victor Bono (whose work will be
featured in the exhibition) which is focused on healing the negative
trauma of incarceration; Sheila Pinkel (artist) and Margie Ghiz-Gillis
(of Art Release and former founder of Midnight Special Community
Bookstore), featuring a collection of artists in solitary detention at
the SHU in Pelican Bay, and the Youth Justice Coalition, a youth-led
movement to challenge race, gender and class inequality in the Los
Angeles County juvenile justice system; AK Angels, an incarcerated
women’s support group; Critical Resistance LA, a national
organization dedicated to opposing the expansion of the prison
industrial complex and the Old Timers, a mentorship and support group
for youth and elders. The exhibition is put on in partnership with
the generous donations of local organizations, United Neighborhoods
Neighborhood Council and Mid-City Neighborhood Council.
The exhibition opening will take the form of a free one-day community
arts festival concert and celebration that will showcase musicians and
a variety of community organizations in support of the opening of
Dragon’s Flight exhibition.
Exhibit artists are Victor Bono, James “Doc” Holiday, Amanda Perez,
KUSH, Sharing Our Stiches (Women of the CIW), Katrina Amaya, Dianne
Fellman, Leonard Dixon, a multi-generational Oral History Documentary
project initiated by John Martinez and the Old Timers of Southern
California, giving cameras and mics to youth to document elders,
Sheila Pinkel, Jack L. Morris, David Earl Williams, YJC, murals by
AISE and more. Live music, community information tables from
exhibition partners and related service organizations, arts workshops
and other family-friendly activities will take place to launch the
William Grant Still Arts Center
2520 S. Westview st.
Los Angeles, ca. 90016
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
She took the video and modeling industry by storm in 2005. She made an impact on the world with her stunning beauty and amazing physic. She started out with her then paid modeling site www.buffiethebody.com.
Now, Buffie Carruth continues change lives an an empowering fitness guru. Her www.bodynomics.com has generated a wave of majority female followers who want to promote healthy living in their lives. Viewers can log onto the site and see Buffie the dynamic personal trainer demonstrate powerful workout tips and techniques.
She celebrates her 100th Youtube video by sharing who she is with the world.
Buffie gets real in this little over 52 min video and opens up about her journey. Congratulations Buffie! To many more years of continued succes!
Click on the link below.
Buffie the Body: Is My Butt Fake and Why I Left the Hip Hop Industry? « Bodynomics
Friday, September 7, 2012
Shifts the Focus to the Issues and Voting Power of Black Women at the Republican and Democratic Conventions
Campbell adds, "Black women are leaders in turning out our community; our issues should be a top priority for elected officials and we need to see Black women appointed to powerful positions."
Other participants in the DNC conversation included: Rev. Leah Daughtry, President CEO of On These Thing, LLC and Former CEO of 2008 Democratic National Convention Committee; Clayola Brown, President of A. Philip Randolph Institute; Congresswoman Donna Edwards (D-MD; Dr. E Faye Williams, National Chair of the National Congress of Black Women; and Glynda C. Carr, Co-Founder of Higher Heights for America and co-host of the DNC round table.
Over 30 Florida leaders joined national leaders for a more intimate discussion about the continuing economic crisis, criminal justice reform, and voter suppression tactics, during RNC round table held at St. Petersburg's Center for Community and Economic Justice. In addition to the conversation, Barbara Arnwine, executive director of the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under the Law, provided information and tools like the 866 OUR-VOTE hotline, to help the women educate their constituents, organizations and community members in countering the rampant black voter disenfranchisement in Florida.
The lively discussion was co-convened by Salandra Benton, chair, Florida Coalition for Black Civic Participation; Dr. Yvonne Scruggs-Leftwich, president and CEO, Center for Community and Economic Justice; Gypsy Gallardo, publisher, Power Broker Magazine; and Dr. Elsie Scott, president and CEO, Congressional Black Caucus Foundation. Participants included: Jessica Brown, national field director, Black Youth Vote; Chloe Choney, district director for Congresswoman Kathy Castor; and Shahra Anderson, regional Director for Senator Bill Nelson.
BWR is an intergenerational women's network of the NCBCP, a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to increasing civic engagement in Black and underserved communities and developing new leaders. For more information visit www.ncbcp.org.
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
- Dream Team LA, a grassroots organization that was pivotal in advocating for the California DREAM Act and serves to empower the undocumented youth community.
- Assembly member Ricardo Lara, who was raised in East Los Angeles and worked on the passage of the landmark Assembly Bill (AB) 540, making college education more affordable for immigrant students.
- Kafi D. Blumenfield, the President and CEO of the Liberty Hill Foundation, one of the nation's most admired social change foundations that focuses on an array of issues in Los Angeles including civic engagement, environmental justice, human rights and housing.
- Breakfast In the Classroom – ICS partnered with School Board President Monica Garcia, SEIU Local 99, and the LA Fund for Education to sponsor an LAUSD resolution to expand the Breakfast In the Classroom program to 100 schools next academic year and District-wide within 5 years. Breakfast In the Classroom will provide students with greater access to beginning their day with a healthy meal during their 1st period of school to ensure a greater amount of students eat breakfast on a daily basis.
- ETHS Wellness Center Inauguration – as part of the Community Schools Campaign, which attempts to leverage community partnerships to provide necessary resources to students at Esteban E. Torres High School, ICS was able to secure 4 individual community health clinics to provide a total of 8 health providers to be available for students at ETHS. Students will now have support on issues and conditions of Mental Health, Physical Health and Reproductive Health. To inaugurate the Wellness Center, ICS organized a Health Assembly with students from ETHS and special guests Congressman Esteban Torres (Ret.) and School Board President Monica Garcia.
- Supporting A-G – with the implementation of the A-G Resolution at stake, close to 40 staff, parents and youth of InnerCity Struggle mobilized to the May 8th School Board meeting to voice support for the implementation of the A-G Life Prep Resolution. Several speakers, including parent leader Sra. Leon, US Alumni and current staff member Armando Sanchez, and Executive Director Maria Brenes spoke in front of the School Board to remind them of the commitment they made to students and parents 7 years ago and the need to move the A-G resolution forward.
- Restorative Justice – ICS staff has worked closely with the lead Roosevelt Principal in charge of the School-wide Discipline Committee to develop policy recommendations to discuss with the larger School-wide Discipline committee. Members include teachers, administrators, PLAS staff, students and parents. ICS has consistently trained and mobilized 2-3 parents and 3-5 students to actively participate in the monthly School-wide Discipline Committee. Soon after the Committee began to convene, United Students at Roosevelt won agreement for implementation of a School-Wide Positive Behavior Support Model which aims to treat disciplinary measures as individual cases of Restorative Justice.
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
ISSUES OF BULLYING VICTIMS IN AMERICA
Editors, Ifalade Ta’Shia Asanti and Azaan Kamau are proud to announce one of the most highly
anticipated anthologies of the decade. Letters to My Bully published by Glover Lane Press will
arrive to bookstores and on-line markets on August 15, 2012.
Why a Letter to My Bully?
Every day in America, 160,000 students miss school due to bullying. According to reports by
the Secret Service, two-thirds of school shootings are motivated by bullying. A whopping 43%
of middle school children avoid the bathroom and locker rooms at all costs due to certainty of
being bullied. And finally, the number one reason for suicides among youth ages 11-16 is
Glover Lane Press’ historical anthology, Letters to My Bully, not only gives victims of bullying
an outlet to express the impact of bullying in their lives, contributors speak on solutions to the
problem and offer healing advice to survivors. Letters to My Bully is a thought-provoking
collection of letters, poetry and essays written by youth, women, men, seniors and celebrities that
will change the way this country views survivors forever.
“As a survivor of bullying, I wanted to do a project that would not only help victims heal but
would help to educate the masses on how serious this issue is. I define bullying as abuse,
mistreatment, torment and harassment by peers, classmates, neighbors, the congregation,
siblings, parents, boyfriend, your spouse, etc. This is an issue that America must make a priority
as it relates to social justice and peace movements.” Says Glover Lane Press publisher, Azaan
Co-editor, Ifalade Ta’Shia Asanti says, “Letters to My Bully is an excellent tool for ministers,
teachers, community leaders, parents, teens and youth to educate those around them about the
dangers of bullying. Until everybody, everywhere is addressing this issue in some form, it will
continue to plague our great nation.” Says Ifalade.
Letters to My Bully includes contributions by Actor, Robert LaSardo and Huffington Post writer,
Kergan Edwards-Stout, as well as more than a dozen other best-selling, nationally celebrated
writers. There are also pieces written by child survivors and senior citizens.
Letters to My Bully is proud to be supported by national Peace Partners who have committed to
ensuring the message of this anthology will reach the masses.
Letters to My Bully edited by Ifalade Ta’Shia Asanti, Azaan Kamau and published by Glover
Lane Press will be released by August 15, 2012.
Purchase Letters to My Bully at:
http://amazon.com (uploads on Kindle)
Please visit http://www.gloverlanepress.webs.com for more information.
Become a Peace Partner by inviting the editors and select authors from Letters to My Bully to
your venue for a community dialogue, book signing or Peace Party.
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
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Sunday, April 1, 2012
|Eugenia Wright-Hall Jan. 7, 1952- March 31, 2011|
With your delicate hands
You uplifted the world
with your strategic plans
You were always there
No matter what was needed
You shared your talents and made sure
You shined your light
ever so bright
No one could take their eyes off of you
You were such a beautiful sight
You inspired and motivated
You molded and created
You lived, breathed and displayed
You, mi Amiga, are truly extraordinary
You set the bar
And now we must climb
You are now really a shining star
We can look up and still see you shine
Thank you for being you.
Thank you for all that you have and continue to do.
Gone too soon but never forgotten....EVER!
You made us better.
Because you believed
We will continue to achieve
We know you are watching
Our cups runneth over with
The love you've given us
to give to others
To strive to be an example of what you
Bestowed and showed us
We promise to fulfill
The wishes that you placed in our hearts
Until we meet again
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Friday, March 9, 2012
| Photo Credit: Brandy Sanders|
Monday, March 5, 2012
Thursday, February 16, 2012
"THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO TIM McAFEE-LEWIS” CONCERT TO BENEFIT THE KIERRAH FOUNDATION INCLUDES TRIBUTE TO WHITNEY HOUSTON, FEB. 19
LOS ANGELES – “The Gospel According to Tim McAfee-Lewis,” a concert to benefit The Kierrah Foundation, will be held Sunday, Feb. 19, 2012, at 6:30 p.m. at Agape International Spiritual Center, 5700 Buckingham Parkway, in Culver City, Ca. 90203. All concert proceeds benefit the foundation. The concert will be recorded live.
The event also will include a tribute to the late music icon Whitney Houston featuring Sabrina Johnson, one of Houston’s background singers, who will sing “I Love the Lord” from the soundtrack from “The Preacher’s Wife.” Also, 13-year-old Mimi Sledge will sing Houston’s “The Greatest Love of All.
Founded in 2004 by Brandy Sanders and her late husband Stanley Sanders, The Kierrah Foundation is a multilevel support system for young women who age out of the foster care system without family or friends. The Kierrah Foundation provides material, intellectual and emotional support to these young women. Through customized life plans and wrap-around services that are designed for their specific needs, the organization has guided hundreds of young women through a successful transition from foster care into adulthood.
McAfee-Lewis, who serves as assistant director of the Agape International Choir, has recorded for Island Records, Sony BMI, Capitol Records and Geffen Records. He has performed on the Grammy Award-nominated song, McAfee-Lewis has worked with some of the biggest names in music including Chaka Khan, Will.i.am, John Legend and India.Arie. He has recruited a dozen or so industry friends, each of whom has just as impressive and extensive a musical pedigree as his, for a cause he believes in.
Also performing will be singer/songwriter Nailah Porter who has written songs with Grammy Award-winner Billy Childs, and jazz icons, Tom Scott and Jeff Lorber; and Madeline Thompson and the legendary Clara Ward Singers, gospel .
The vocal artists will be accompanied by the world-renowned Agape House Band, featuring bassist, producer and vocalist Robert McDonald.
“We are a band of seasoned, local music professionals, all of whom are successful in our own right. We may not have the same level of name recognition but have incredible experience and talent that we are lending to a great cause, to help the young women of The Kierrah Foundation,” McAfee-Lewis said.
Special guests also include Mrs. Emma McAfee-Davis (McAfee-Lewis’ mother) and Neomi McClendon (his sister).
For Media/Press Inquiries contact Brandy Sanders at Brandy@kierrahfoundation.org