Author: droach@oiff.org

Circling Back, Honoring Dr. George Washington Carver

Circling Back, Honoring Dr. George Washington Carver Hosted by Farms to Grow and African American Museum and Library at Oakland Special Thanks to CAL Humanities! We are excited to announce Farms to Grow Inc. in collaboration with the African American Museum Library at Oakland, AAMLO presents “Circling Back” a mobile educatonal panel installation; honoring “Dr. George Washington Carver” Friday, October 13th, 6 pm – 8 pm at the African American Museum and Library at Oakland, 659 14th St, Oakland, CA 94612 OPENING Ceremony Yemanya Napue, Medicine Woman, Healer and Dancer “Seeds of Struggle” Trailer screening Introduction by Dennis Terry,...

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#Hoteps Adventure

As we advance towards #Familyhood, we look forward to October 1st, 2016 as the launch date for 1stSaturdays.com. Make sure your area has a 1stSaturdays going on. Either join one or start your own to build this collaboration of school based organizations to govern from the community...

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The Big Head represents the brains each year of graduates makes our schools grow in intelligence

Each year students graduate from high schools all over the world. Some schools are eager to classify them as Alumni and will track them for the rest of their lives to support the school they once attended, while another school will never or rarely keep them abreast of the old schools affairs. Schools located in affluent communities tend to be the ones that keep alumni in the loop, while schools located on the other side of the railroads tend to let their graduates free from the schools future endeavors. #Familyhood plans to change this. We intend to systematically, school...

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