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The Coalition, Inc.

Friday July 27, 2012

Communication – Cooperation – Collaboration” Volume 7, Number 1

The Coalition, Inc. Board of Directors

Gary R. Adams (President/CEO), John E. Churchville (Treasurer),


Abu Mashkuwr Naadim Abdulkhabir, Josephine Blow, Stanley Daniels, Nijah Famous, Lansana Koroma, Abdul Malik Raheem, Lewis Williams

Table of content

For Our Children … 02

This Week … 03

Employment and Training Opportunities … 04

Health Matters …05

Green Piece … 05

Grants, Scholarships & Instruction… 06

SpotLight … 06

Arts for Awareness … 10

Coming Up …10

Computers and Technology … 12

A Hand Up … 13

Word-of-the-Week … 14

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A wise man never knows all, only fools know everything – African Proverb

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The sage does not hoard. The more he helps others, the more he benefits himself, The more he gives to others, the more he gets himself. The Way of Heaven does one good but never does one harm. The Way of the sage is to act but not to compete. - Lao Tzu

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Accept the challenges so that you may feel the exhilaration of victory.”
- George S. Patton

If you would like to report on a recent community event, feel free to send us a brief account of what happened in document format, and we will share it with our readers.

Send your information to: News From The Coalition, Inc.

All entries for submission should be received by noon, the Monday prior to publish date and in Press Release form.

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If I have the belief that I can do it, I will surely acquire the capacity
to do it, even if I may not have it at the beginning”- Mahatma Gandhi

Page 07

The ability to summon positive emotions during periods of intense
stress lies at the heart of effective leadership.”- - Jim Loehr

If you have a favorite joke, why not share it with our readers. send to

We will credit you with the submission.

We will be spotlighting members and organizations weekly, if you wish to have your organization spotlighted, forward to us information on your primary mission, your current projects and/or how you would want other members of The Coalition to be involved. Many of us are already being a support to one another, but there is plenty of room for improvement.

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"You will never reach your destination if you stop and throw stones at every dog that barks." - Winston Churchill

If you would like to report on a recent community event, feel free to send us a brief account of what happened in document format, and we will share it with our readers.

Send your information to: News From The Coalition, Inc.

All entries for submission should be received by noon, the Monday prior to publish date and in Press Release form.

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"Happiness can only come from inside of you and is the result of your love."-Don Miguel Ruiz

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Hereeeeeeeeeeeeees... Kathy’s Korner!

A friend and I stayed at a Chicago hotel while attending a
convention. Since we weren't used to the big city, we were overly
concerned about security.

The first night we placed a chair against the door and stacked our
luggage on it. To complete the barricade, we put the trash can on
top. If an intruder tried to break in, we'd be sure to hear him.

Around 1 a.m. there was a knock on the door.

"Who is it?" my friend asked nervously.

"Honey," a woman on the other side yelled, "you left your key in the door."

(Kathy Parsons is a regular contributor.)

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The guy who takes a chance . . . who walks the line between the
known and unknown . . . who is unafraid of failure, will succeed.”
- Gordon Parks

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"In order to be irreplaceable one must always be different."

Coco Chanel

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Mediocrity means always getting along with the world and with others. - Madu

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robustious \roh-BUHS-chuhs\ Boisterous; vigorous; Coarse; rough; crude.

Greetings Coalition Family!

White Bread

I have been asked on many occasions where does the person involved in an interracial relationship fit in the scheme of repositioning the american-born Afrikan to a status in keeping with their place in the universal family? By some it has been assumed that our efforts are to the detriment of whites. The only whites that will be negatively affected are those that have enjoyed and continue to enjoy the relegation of dark people to a less than equal status in this society. And in the long run, they too will be enriched.

I am fond of analogies to a fault, but that will not deter me form sharing this one with you. Let us imagine building a sandwich, two slices of bread and the filling of your choice. Now let’s further imagine you like both white and rye breads equally (equally is the operative word, stay with me now). We want the white and rye bread to influence our taste buds equally (there’s that word again). Now if the rye bread has not been prepared true to its recipe, perhaps unduly influenced by the varying amounts of bleached wheat flour, it will not make its true contribution to the sandwich, some of the flavor in this sandwich will be lost.

We hear you! Get to the point!” I am likening a relationship to a sandwich; the filling is the love caring, trust passion, dependency, the bread, the participants. No matter the flavor, if one slice is deficient, is less than it was intended, it will not make an equal (that word again) contribution to the beauty of the sandwich.

Black folk in this society have been closed off from our original ingredients, have lost some, and in extreme cases, all of our original flavor. I see the need to regain the flavor in order to make an equal (you have to be getting it now) contribution to the flavor of this universal sandwich. So, whether you’re in wheat on rye, a white on rye, wheat on white relationship, get your flavor together it can only make a better sandwich.


It is our uniqueness that gives freshness and vitality to a relationship.

We each hold a piece to the puzzle.” – Dr. John Elliott Churchville

Communicate… Cooperate… Collaborate”


It is easier to build children than it is to repair men.”…Frederick Douglass

With the winter moratorium over for Utility shutoffs, many families have to make the decision to pay their utility bills while sacrificing necessities such as summer food for their children. On the newly designed CAP4Kids website at , under the Utilities subsection ( you will find listing of utilities programs for low income families as well as energy saving ideas.

Also, under the Food/Nutrition subsection of emergency food resources ( you will find summer food programs for kids as well as a listing of various emergency food resources in Philadelphia.

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Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger

New hotline helps families find free summer meals for kids

   Starting this week, families in Philadelphia can call a toll-free hotline to find nearby locations that offer free summer meals for children. Operated by the Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger, the hotline is 1-855-252-MEAL (6325). Families can also text “MEAL” to 84700

to receive a call back.
   “During the regular school year, tens of thousands of low-income students rely on free or reduced-price meals at school,” said Carey Morgan, Coalition Executive Director.
   “But when school is out and they’re not getting that food, they face higher risks of hunger and malnutrition. The Philly Summer Meals Hotline will help families fill that void, by referring them to nearby recreation centers, parks, churches and community organizations that offer free meals to kids and teens.”
   Last year, more than 119,000 children in Pennsylvania received summer meals. But that’s less than one-fourth of the 553,000 low-income children who received free or reduced-priced lunch during the regular school year—a sign that many low-income children who need summer meals aren’t getting them, according to a recent report from the Food Research and Action Center. Recent budget cuts have also forced the School District of Philadelphia to reduce the number of summer programs it offers, meaning fewer students will be eating free meals in summer school this year.
   Despite the change, “there are still nearly 1,000 sites serving free summer meals in Philadelphia, so there’s no reason any child should go hungry this summer,” Morgan said.
   Free summer meals are available to children age 18 and under. There is no registration or income requirement at most sites.
  Visit for more information..

Text “MEAL” to 84700 to receive a call back from the coalition.

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Ninth Annual Weekend Of Peace

At locations across the city of Philadelphia, we will present an opportunity to local organizations to shine as we provide services and entertainment to youth and families. Join us for Health/Job Fairs, games, music and more! July 27th through 29th Vendors welcomed.

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4th Annual MLK365 Beer Summit on Race scheduled
   Three years ago this July, in the aftermath of the arrest of Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates on the front porch of his own home by Cambridge Police Sergeant James Crowley, President Obama invited the two men to the White House for a meeting over beer to discuss the incident. At the same time in Philadelphia, MLK365 organized a Beer Summit in Center City Philadelphia for concerned citizens to meet, mingle, and discuss race relations in our city and throughout America.
   On Wednesday, August 1st, Global Citizen will continue the discussion about race, class and power and how we all can overcome the barriers that threaten to divide us. The conversation will feature Columbia University Professor Marc Lamont Hill. Among topics of discussion, will be his most recent book, The Classroom and the Cell: Conversations on Black Life in America.
   The event will take place in the

Reading Terminal Market,

Wednesday, August 1st

12th and Filbert Streets,


After 6pm, enter through the first door on Filbert Street east of 12th St.
   To RSVP for the event, go here or call 215-851-1811.

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Greetings Family of the Agogo Center

My name is Sister Basiymah Muhammad Bey

I am reaching out to you as  the coordinator of the 21st century annual Marcus Garvey Community Parade and Birthday Celebration Festival. Working to Keep the Culture Alive

We bring you this year another example of Garveyism as we join together to collaborate on Violent issues effecting Black (African) People such as Violence in the schools, Police brutality, Child Abuse, Domestic Abuse, Elder Abuse, Health Care, Culture, Education, Prisons and others

We are asking  for your support  to come out and take part in this annual  historical event. This years event will be a two (2) day Community Celebration August 18 &19 2012 held in collaboration with the Annual Nation of African Peoples Unity Day & The Ma' at Celebration in Memory of the founder Our Brother Ahamad Thair, One of OUR 


Brothers & Sisters We are asking you to come out and join us on Saturday August 18, 2012 from 2-5 PM  as We STAND UP & WALK IT OUT AGAINST VIOLENCE ON THE BLACK COMMUNITY  starting at 59 & Lansdowne Ave. & on Sunday August 19, 2012 at Malcolm X & Betty Shabbaz Park located at 52nd Locust St.(RAIN DATE AUGUST 25th) from 12 noon to 8pm  We Present AFRICANS UNITE!!! As We Celebrate African People, African Culture &  History with Music, Food, Speakers, Games, Entertainment and MUCH  MORE.


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Job Fair of Philadelphia

Thursday, July 26, 2012, 10AM - 1PM

Doubletree Guest Suites Hotel

640 W Germantown Pk, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462

Philadelphia Opportunity Expo (Veterans & Spouses)

Thursday, July 26, 2012, 11AM – 3PM

Lincoln Financial Field

1020 Pattison Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148


PCA offers produce vouchers to low-income older adults

   Philadelphia Corporation for Aging has begun distributing Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program produce vouchers as part of an annual program to encourage seniors to eat more fresh fruits and vegetables.
   Eligible Philadelphia seniors can receive $20 worth of vouchers for use at certified Farmers’ Markets in Philadelphia. The program also increases awareness of sources of fresh produce in local communities.
   Income-eligible Philadelphia residents, age 60 or older by December 31, 2012, may receive the vouchers at PCA, 642 North Broad Street in Philadelphia (weekdays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.) and at other designated sites. Proof of age and residency in Philadelphia must be presented to receive vouchers. Acceptable forms of identification include Pennsylvania driver’s license, Pennsylvania non-driver’s ID, or a utility bill.
   Income guidelines apply.  For questions about eligibility and more information, including voucher distribution sites, call the PCA Helpline at 215-765-9040.

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Mill Creek Farm stand, 49th and Brown (no chemicals)

Saturdays 11 am – 2 pm

Farmers’ Market, 52nd and Haverford

Wednesdays 1 pm – 5 pm


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DR. PATCH ADAMS PREPARES TO BUILD A SOLAR FREE CLINIC ON A FIVE ACRE LOT IN NORTH PHILLY (west Allegheny @ 17th St.) to be surrounded by orchards, gardens, playground, providing primary care and green jobs training.

Donations are requested for pavement removal and soil remediation, greenhousing, building supplies, plantings, office, medical and dental supplies.

For info 215.805.8330 or

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Recycling Services Inc. in Pottstown takes styrofoam on Saturday and Tuesday mornings.

For sustainable enterprise go to Green Jobs Philly

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SpotLight On Our Efforts


by the The Nation of Islam to check the violence tearing down what is left of The National Black Community.

Rather than conduct it's Men Meeting Monday evenings, the Fruit of Islam (The Men) have mobilized in the streets in a reported "100" cities across America. The objective is to organize community wide efforts of every element in the community to clean up the so-called "up tick in violence" that haunts us. Whatever city we happen to be in, please report back if you intend to relate in some way to this important, historic initiative effort, led by Minister Louis Farrakhan, The National Representative of The Honorable Elijah Muhammad. 

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Kim's Charity Birthday Celebration

Dear Friends and Colleagues:

I want to share with you information regarding an event coming up this Friday, July 27, 2012 from 7 pm - 10 pm at Mixto's Restaurant, 1141 Pine Street, Center City, Philadelphia.

As a RSVP member of Professional Networking Associates, you are aware that many of the events, we advocate support community initiatives focusing either on youth engagement or community leadership development.

This event, Kim's Charity Birthday Celebration focuses on providng backpacks and school supplies to needy families in Frankford section of Philadelphia.

I think its a wonderful gesture for Kim to use her birthday and personal relationships to do something special for youth and families in the Frankford area.

However, this kind of thing is typical for Kim Washington.  Her job is as a community organizer and event coordinator for the  Equal Partners In Change (EPIC) Community Stakeholder group in Northeast Philadelphia.

Kim works to organize and facilitate a  process of community engagement that connects community residents with vital resources and powerful relationships.  She works with influential elected officials and needy families and individuals.   Kim helps to level the playing field between government systems and your local nieghbors by creating a positive, interactive environment for individuals and organizations to work together for the good of their community.

The Northeast EPIC Community Stakeholder Group consists of members of civic organization, police department, school district staff, Faith-based organizations, Community Development Corporation, State representatives Tony Payton, jr., and Jorge Santana, City Council Maria Sanchez as well as community residents from across the northeast area.

The types of initiatives and events that Kim coordinates, supports and advocates for are numerous including:

Supporting Faith Based Community Festival, Philadelphia Recovery Walk, Domestic Violence Workshops, Community park day for youth, Turkey, toys, clothing and food giveways, community clean ups, back to school events and youth engagement activities.

In past year, Kim has coordinated and supported over 131 community activities with over 2, 253 participants.


She is definitely an asset to her community.  In addtion, Kim is beautiful,  outgoing African Amercian female devoted to positive outcomes in her community.


Backbags collected for this event will donated to the HOP4PHILLY event in September.  (Note:  You can purchase backpacks at FIVE BELOW for about $5.00)  Monetary donations will accepted by check only made out to CORA SERVICES, INC.

Come and join for this worthy event.  Be ready for some serious networking with outstanding individuals from across greater Philadelphia area.

There will delicious appetizers and a great happy hour special for those who come early.   Remember



7PM - 10 PM

Admission:  your donation of a bookbag.

You may think you are just one person in the world.  But to one person, you may be the world!

Be the Change!

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Open Letter To Our Community:Save Sistas' Place

by Bob Law

It is called Sistas' Place, but in realty, it has always been our place. For 17 years, Sistas' Place has remained one of the most courageous, significant, independent, stand-alone cultural institutions serving the Black Community.

This is one cultural and political institution that truly belongs to us, and as such we will sustain it. Sistas' Place has no corporate sponsors, wealthy guardian angels, but Sistas' Place has you and I. And the good news is that 's enough.

To address their critical financial challenge, we are launching a Sistas' Place

membership drive . We need 400 people in the next 20 days to become sustaining members of Sistas' Place by buying a $30 membership. Please

become a sustaining member by sending your membership fee of $30 to

Sistas' Place, 456 Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn 11216. Make checks, money orders payable to the Harriet Tubman, Fannie Lou Hammer Woman's Coalition

I Respect You

Bob Law

The Renaissance Men for Sistas' Place

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Million Fathers March

The Million Father March is an opportunity for Black men to show their commitment to the educational lives of their children on the first day of school and throughout the school year. On the first day of school each year since the March began in 2004, Black fathers, relatives, men, and significant male caregivers are asked to take their children to their first day of school. Fathers, grandfathers, foster fathers, stepfathers, uncles, cousins, big brothers, significant male caregivers and friends of the family will participate in the event. Last year, 100,000,000 fathers in 767 cities took their children to school on the first day of school. This year we expect 1,250,000 fathers in 800 cities to participate in the Million Father March 2012.

Among the participating cities is our very own Philadelphia. A former educator and proud father David Fattah is the coordinator for the Million Father March 2012 here. This year for the first time The House of Umoja will be creating a companion journal to accompany the March and would like to distribute it to the participating fathers and care givers and also the interested public not only here in Philadelphia but also in the other participating cities.

House of Umoja Inc., All rights reserved.
Our mailing address is:
5625 Master St. Philadelphia PA 19131 215
Phone-473-5893 Fax 215 879-5340


I see little of more importance to the future of our country and of civilization than full recognition of the place of the artist. If art is to nourish the roots of our culture, society must set the artist free to follow his vision wherever it takes him. Pauline Kael

Jus’ Words at Dowlings Place

1310 No. Broad St. Phila

Every Thurs. 9pm to 1am

  • Poets

  • Rappers

  • Singers

  • Spoken Word Artists

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The Father's Day Rally Committee

will sponsor the

National Black on Black Violence & Crime Conference - Black Self Genocide: Confronting the Enemy Within


Friday, August 10th through Sunday, August 12th at

St. Joseph's University,

54th Street and City Avenue in

   Participants will include community violence and crime prevention activists, leaders of anti-violence groups, criminal justice and social service practitioners, local and state government leaders, youth leaders, school officials, behavioral health providers, faith community leaders, and elected officials.
   The goal of the conference is to develop a national network of individuals and groups that are working to eradicate violence and to disseminate evidence-based information on black on black violence and the crime prevention programs that are effective.
   For more information, go here.

* * Outside PA * * *

The Federation of Southern Cooperatives to honor Dick Gregory

Celebrating its 45th Anniversary in Birmingham and Epes, Alabama
Please Join us!!! 

  ATLANTA....On Thursday, August 16, 2012 at the Birmingham Sheraton in Birmingham, Alabama, the Federation of Southern Cooperatives/Land Assistance Fund (Federation) will honor the renowned Dick Gregory at its Estelle Witherspoon Lifetime Achievement Award Dinner. Congressman Sanford Bishop (D-GA) will serve as honorary chair of the event. The Annual Meeting will be held on August 17 & 18 at the Federation's Rural Training and Research Center in Epes, Alabama.

 The theme for the 45th Anniversary is "Cooperatives Make a Better World". The theme acknowledges not only the significant contributions made by cooperatives in the South, the country and the world, but also that this year has been designated by the United Nations as the "International Year of Cooperatives".

 The Annual Meeting celebration at the Federation's Rural Training & Research Center in Epes, Alabama will include workshops and plenaries on the upcoming Farm Bill, Rural Development programs that impact our rural communities, an update on the Black Farmer Lawsuit and information about the women's lawsuit filed against the USDA. There will also be a fish fry and auction on Friday evening followed by state caucuses on Saturday.

 "We look forward to seeing farmers, friends and supporters from around the country at our Annual Meeting in Epes and to honor Dick Gregory in Birmingham," said Ralph Paige, Executive Director of the Federation. "It's the time of year when we assess what has been done and still needs to be done in both the state and federal policy program areas to assist rural communities....and we depend on the advice and direction from our membership and other stakeholders for these decisions."

 For more information, please call Jackie Ward in our Atlanta office at 404 765 0991 or go to our website at    

Note: The Federation/LAF, now in its 45th year, assists Black family farmers across the South with farm management, debt restructuring, alternative crop suggestions, marketing expertise and a whole range of services to ensure family farm survivability.  


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Group offers low-cost web access to nonprofits

Mobile Citizen, a provider of mobile broadband for education and nonprofits, will offer a Technology Assistance Grant program beginning in January to provide non-profit organizations with affordable access to the Internet.

Available only in Portland, Oregon, Las Vegas, and Philadelphia, the grant includes reduced-price service from Mobile Citizen, with unlimited usage for only $10/month or $120/year per account. It bundles Mobile Citizen’s wireless broadband, powered by WiMAX, a fourth generation (4G) technology from Clearwire Corporation with a variety of benefits available only to grantees, including:

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"None of us has gotten where we are solely by pulling ourselves up from our own bootstraps. We got here because somebody bent down and helped us." - Thurgood Marshall

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As amazing as it may sound many people do not realize how easy it is

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Q: How do I choose the coupons I want?
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