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St. John's Episcopal Church, Suffolk VA
St. John's e-News for April 27, 2014
Supply Clergy – Please welcome the Rev. Tom Martin who will be our Supply Clergy this weekend while Fr. Les is away leading a retreat. Fr. Martin is from Williamsburg and this will be his first visit to St. John’s. Holy Week Services – Thank Read more ...
you to all who participated in our Community and Parish Holy Week activities. The Sunrise Service was wonderful and our main service was resplendent with lovely flowers and Parishioners. ______________________________________________________________ April 27, 2014, 10:30 am Holy Eucharist Rite II Lessons for the Second Sunday of Easter  First Lesson:  Acts 2a, 22-32 Psalm 16 Second Lesson:  1 Peter 1:3-9 Gospel:  John 20:19-31 Lay Participants for April 27, 2014 - 10:30 am service Eucharistic Minister:  Leone Lector:  Kevin Prayers:  Terry Ushers:  Anne and Bert Refreshments:  No volunteer Sermon for Sunday, Apr. 20: http://chirb.it/AHmE42 ______________________________________________________________ Upcoming Book Study – We will be starting a study of “The Revelation to John (Apocalypse)” from the Bible using the book, The Victorious Christ: A Study of the Book of Revelation by C. Freeman Sleeper. We will begin the study on May 6 from 7:00-8:30 pm. Please contact the Rector if you are interested in participating in the study. Prayers of the People – All are invited to make a copy or take a copy of the Parish Prayer list and pray with intention for those who have requested prayers from our Parish family. During the Sunday prayers we will try something new for a while and simply pause at the appropriate times in the Prayers of the People to remember, with intention, all those on the list. As always, others can be added aloud during the pause if desired. Altar Flower Chart – Although we will not have flowers on the Altar during Lent please take a look at the flower sign-up sheet the Altar Guild has posted in the Narthex for 2014. There are plenty of openings available. Please read the sign-up instructions also posted in the Narthex. If you have any questions, please contact Lynn. Coffee Hour Sign-up – The sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board; please sign-up for an upcoming Sunday. This Sunday’s Psalm – We will sing the portion of the Psalter together using a metrical version of the Psalter from A New Metrical Psalter by Christopher Webber as we sing Psalm 16 together. The Psalm will be set to Hymn 660, O Master, let me walk with thee, (Maryton) from the Hymnal. The words and music will be found on a bulletin insert. Formation Classes – We will have a break from classes this Sunday, April 27th. Next week’s class will discuss our New Testament reading Acts 2:14a, 36-41, “’Peter Addresses the Crowd’ and ‘The First Converts’.” All are invited to come together in the Parish Hall from 9:15 to 10:15 am. Surgery updates – Please keep Jim in your prayers during his surgery and recovery on this Friday, April 25. Please keep Bette in your prayers next Monday, April 28, and during her recovery. Thought for the week – New Life: Something that pertains to the whole cosmos is happening in the death and resurrection of Christ: animal, vegetable and mineral; earth, air, fire and water. From the depths of inner worlds to the furthest reaches of outer space. “Behold, I am making all things new” - not just all people, but all things, he says. Whether we quite comprehend this or not the scope is breathtaking. - Br. Mark Brown, SSJE Society of Saint John the Evangelist ______________________________________________________________________ Upcoming Events: Daily Mon.-Thu. * Daily Morning Prayer – 9:00 am (Parish House) Thu. Apr. 24th  * Rector out through Mon. Apr. 28th Tue. Apr. 29th  * Parish Hall reserved – 10:00 am - 12:30 pm Thu. May 1st    * Choir Rehearsal – 7:00 - 8:30 pm (Choir Room) Tue. May 6th    * Book Study – 7:00-8:30 pm (Parish Hall) Thu. May 8th    * Choir Rehearsal – 7:00 - 8:30 pm (Choir Room) Sun. May 11th   * “Mothers’” Day Mon. May 12th   * Vestry Meeting – 7:00 – 9:00 pm (Parlor) Tue. May 13th   * Book Study – 7:00-8:30 pm (Parish Hall) Wed. May 14th   * Bible Study at Lake Prince Woods – 2:00-3:30 (Rector) Thu. May 15th   * Choir Rehearsal – 7:00 - 8:30 pm (Choir Room) Sat. May 17th   * Armed Forces Day Sun May 18th    * Armed Forces Sunday Tue. May 20th   * Book Study – 7:00-8:30 pm (Parish Hall) Wed. May 21st   * Bible Study at Lake Prince Woods – 2:00-3:30 (Rector) Thu. May 22nd   * Choir Rehearsal – 7:00 - 8:30 pm (Choir Room) Mon. May 26th   * Memorial Day Holiday – Office Closed Tue. May 27th   * Book Study – 7:00-8:30 pm (Parish Hall) Wed. May 28th   * Bible Study at Lake Prince Woods – 2:00-3:30 (Rector) Thu. May 29th   * Choir Rehearsal – 7:00 - 8:30 pm (Choir Room) ____________________________________________________________ PASTORAL CARE  Pray for Katherine, our presiding bishop; Holly, our bishop; and Les our priest. Marianne LaFontaine, Meriwether Ball, Allen Conlon, Shirley Rhees, Suzanne Voorhies, Janis Marianne, Meriwether, Allen, Shirley, Suzanne, Janis, Lon, Barbara, Kathleen and Fergal, Steve, Rick, Tony, the Terry family, the Arnold family, Bob, Marvin, Kaille, Lillian, Elvira, Eddie, Pam, Dorothy, David, Howard, the Broom family, Leone, Jim, Terry, Lynn, Martha, Keith, and Virginia, Bette, Jim, and Donna. Serving in the Armed Forces and Overseas: Bryan, Elizabeth, Dane, Leon, and Patrick. Parish Cycle of Prayer: Bette Diocesan Cycle of Prayer: The Rev. Dr. Robert and Jean Hayden Anglican Cycle of Prayer: The Episcopal Church in Jerusalem & the Middle East. The Most Rev. Dr. Mouneer Hanna Anis – President Bishop, Jerusalem & the Middle East & Bishop in Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa. Birthdays in April John 06         Barbara 10 Matthew 14   Bryan 16 Paul 24         BC 27 Bernice 30 Anniversaries in April Doug & Mac 30 If you are in need of Pastoral Care Please call Father Ferguson.  Home:  757-484-8409 Contact Minister of Music Roger Peyton Website: http://StJohnsEpiscopal-Suffolk.org Follow us on Facebook: St. John’s Episcopal Church, Suffolk VA https://www.facebook.com/pages/St-Johns-Episcopal-Church-Suffolk-VA/176697562360854
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John L Coelho I had one of the most troubling, most disturbing conversations ever with Dr. Suzanne Allen, head of emergency services at the Johnson City Medical Center in Tennessee .We were discussing the "future" and I asked her had she seen any effects of Obama Read more ...
Care in her work? "Oh, yes. We are seeing cutbacks throughout the services we provide. For example, we are now having to deal with patients who would normally receive dialysis can no longer be accepted. In the past, there was always automatic approval under Medicare for anyone who needed dialysis -- not anymore." So, what will be their outcome? "They will die soon without dialysis," she stated. What about other services? She indicated as of 2013 (after the election), no one over 75 will be given major medical procedures unless approved by locally administered Ethics Panels. These Panels will determine whether a patient receives medical treatment or not. While details on specific operating procedures and schedules, Dr. Allen points out that most life-threatening emergencies do not occur during normal hospital business hours, and if there are emergencies that depend to be resolve within minutes or just few hours, the likely hood of getting these Panels approval in time to save a life are going to be very challenging and difficult, if not impossible she said. This applies to major operations such as receiving stents, bypass surgery,kidney operations, or treating for an aneurysm that would be normally covered under Medicare today.In other words, if you needed a life-saving operation, Medicare will not provide coverage anymore after 2013 if you are 75 or over. When in 2013? "We haven't been given a specific date -- could be in January or July....but it's after the election." This is shocking to any of us who will be 75. this year. Her advice -- get healthy and stay healthy. We do not know the specifics of the actual implementation of the full Obama Care policies and procedures -- "they haven't filtered down to the local level yet. But we are already seeing severe cuts in what we provide to the elderly -- we refused dialysis to an individual who was 78 just the other day....we refused to give stents to a gentleman who was in his late 80s." Every day, she said, we are seeing these cutbacks aimed at reducing care across the board for anyone who is over 75. We can only hope that Obama Care will be overturned by the Supreme Court -- otherwise, this is a death sentence to those who are over 75....perhaps you should pass this on to your friends who are thinking of voting for Obama this year. Regardless if you have private health care coverage now (I have Aetna Medicare Part B) -- it will no longer apply after 2013 if the Ethics Panels disapprove of a procedure that may save your life. Scary, scary, scary... Think about this? You? It's not my job to blow sunshine up your ass parents? Your loved ones? Didn't know about it? Of course, not. As Nancy Pelosi said...."well, if you want to know what's in the bill, you'll have to read it....." After it was passed.This is a graphic reminder of the need to stay healthy. Get your plot now at Forest Lawn....while they last. Is this a death sentence to those of us who will reach 75.....Yes! (UNKNOWN)
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Philip A. Pogue Marvin Messenger Marvin A publication of Marvin United Methodist Church. April 22, 2014 Greetings! Great things are coming to Marvin! Stay tuned for Mission Week, a summer full of adventures for our kids, a new slate of summer studies and more! As Read more ...
always, visit our website for information about our ministries and events. Administrative Council All members of the church Administrative Council are invited to a meeting at 6 p.m. April 29 in the Hub. Studies Adult Discipleship End of the semester celebration Dr. Pat Day, author, proven leader in Methodism and senior pastor of First United Methodist Church in Shreveport, will speak at 6 p.m. May 7, for our Mid-week end-of-school year celebration. Join us for an inspirational time of worship! Summer studies Summer small groups and studies are forming now. Click here to visit our website for a complete list. Mature Adults The Grown-ups luncheon program "Adventures of World War II" will be at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, May 15, in Pirtle Hall. Come hear stories from Howard Fish, a retired American Air Force Lieutenant General. Lunch is $8 payable at the door. Lunch reservations are required in the Welcome Center. soldier and flag Military Care During May the Marvin Military Care Committee will be getting ready for an Independence Day mailing to our soldiers serving overseas. We'll collect cards, letters of encouragement, drawings and your donations. The donations will be used to purchase items to include in our care packages. Look for our table located in the atrium during the month of May. Donations can be brought to our table on Sundays, to the Welcome Center during the week, left in the collection plate or simply mailed in. Please write "Military Care" in the memo line. If you know someone serving overseas, let us know. We'll have sign-up postcards at our table and at the Welcome Center, or you can email his/her name and military address (APO/FPO) to Marty Fazand. Congregational Care Congregational Life With increasing frequency, many adults today find themselves struggling in attempting to care for aging parents either locally or across great distances. We are all called to obey God's word to "honor our mother and father," but how do we go about following that commandment even as some of us are still raising our own children? If you find yourself in this situation, consider participating in a start-up support group for children of aging parents. Contact Rev. Gerry Giles for information. Women Bible study All women are invited to "Becoming More than a Good Bible Study Girl." The six-week video study encourages participants to embrace abundant life by going beyond the motions of being a Christian. The class will meet at 6 p.m. beginning April 28 in the Adult Lounge and is facilitated by Sally Holler and Mitzie Avera. Cancer support You, Me and the Big C is a support group for women who have any type of cancer. This community-wide interdenominational group meets at 10 a.m. on the first Wednesday of each month in the Adult Lounge. Meetings are designed for sharing and encouraging one another as we walk along this path. We believe those who have "walked the walk" can "talk the talk" more clearly and with more understanding. For information, contact Suzanne Daniel. On April 29, we will have a Bunco night fundraiser at 7 p.m. in Pirtle Hall. There will be dessert and a silent auction. Make a reservation in the Welcome Center for game seating. Cookies & Books book club Come for a cookie or two with a great discussion about each book. For information and meeting locations, contact Mary Lynn Smith April 24 - Saint Julian by Walter Wangerin, the medieval legend of Julian the Hospitaller. Updates Mid-Week Meditation | Take a break in the middle of the week. Come to the chapel at 12:05 p.m. each Wednesday for Mid-Week Meditation, a 30-minute service of prayer, scripture reading and Communion. Let us know | Please let your church know when you or someone in your family is in the hospital. Privacy laws restrict hospitals from releasing information, so your pastors need to know the name you're registered under or your room number so they can visit. Call or e-mail the church with your information. Like us on Facebook | Marvin has several Facebook pages! Find us and fan us to get the latest information and to comment or share your events. Look for a link to our main Facebook page on our web site. You can search for our other pages, including Marvin Concert Series, women, children, single adults and Core, or link to them from our main Facebook page. Marvin's Family PLEASE PRAY FOR | Jesse Allen, Frank Budde, Roger Goodsell, Holly Mann, Bill Pirtle, Bill Rogers, Al Stover and our military personnel and their families. SYMPATHY TO | Janet and Dr. Mickey Slimp on the death of Mickey's mother, Loraine Slimp, April 11. Angie and Dr. Mike Russell, Morgann, Abbey and Reid Alexander on the death of Mike's nephew, Andrew Russell of Paris, Texas, April 13. Family and friends of Allen Marable on his death April 14. Amy and Chad Taylor, Sophie, Norah and Esra on the death of Chad's grandmother, Armenia Taylor of Anacoco, Louisiana, April 14. Jamie and Rickey Leach, Stayton, William and Lizzie on the death of Jamie's grandmother, Joyce Alspaugh of Mount Pleasant, April 15. Coming Events April 24 Cookies & Books April 28 Becoming More than a Good Bible Study Girl begins April 29 Administrative Council You, Me and the Big C Bunco night fundraiser May 4 Children's Sunday Children's musical in the sanctuary - no Core services May 7 You, Me and the Big C Dr. Pat Day speaks May 15 Grown-ups lunch May 22 Cookies & Books May 23 Marvin Concert Series presents Denyce Graves June 13-21 Mission Week June 16-19 Sizzlin' Summer Missions Camp June 25-29 Student Life Camp July 7-11 Mid high mission trip July 14-18 Vacation Bible School July 28-Aug. 1 Fine Arts Camp Aug. 4-8 Explore East Texas Day Camp Contact Information Marvin United Methodist Church 300 W. Erwin Tyler, Texas 75702 903.592.7396 www.marvinumc.com
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Mumia's 60th Birthday Celebration: A Dedication to the Baraka Family
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In honor of Mumia Abu Jamal's 60th birthday, The Celebration of Life begins with a dedication to the Baraka family and the Black Arts Movement dinner on Thursday, April 24. The fundraiser will feature a live jazz band and performances by The Last P Read more ...
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Rodolf Etienne
Mumia's 60th Birthday Celebration: A Dedication to the Baraka Family
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In honor of Mumia Abu Jamal's 60th birthday, The Celebration of Life begins with a dedication to the Baraka family and the Black Arts Movement dinner on Thursday, April 24. The fundraiser will feature a live jazz band and performances by The Last P Read more ...
oets, Marvin X, Ewuare Osayande; as well as a spec…
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Rodolf Etienne
Mumia's 60th Birthday Celebration: A Dedication to the Baraka Family
www.eventbrite.com
In honor of Mumia Abu Jamal's 60th birthday, The Celebration of Life begins with a dedication to the Baraka family and the Black Arts Movement dinner on Thursday, April 24. The fundraiser will feature a live jazz band and performances by The Last P Read more ...
oets, Marvin X, Ewuare Osayande; as well as a spec…
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Shesheena Bray TUNE INTO 900 AM- WAKE UP WITH WURD WITH HOST PHIL ALLEN FROM 6AM-10AM FOR DAILY UPDATES ON THE CELEBRATION OF LIFE. Thursday: The Celebration of Life kicks off this Thursday, April 24 with Mumia's birthday dinner, A Dedication to the Baraka Fami Read more ...
ly and the Black Arts Movement. Live music and entertainment from Alfie Pollitt, Eware Osayande, Lamont Steptoe, the Last Poets and more. Featured speakers include Pam Africa, Cornel West and special messages from Angela Davis and Mama Charlotte O'Neal. Limited tickets available, purchase tickets online at http://celebrationoflife2014.eventbrite.com or call 267-259-1740. Tickets will not be sold at the door. Dress is semi- formal. Friday: The Celebration of Life will continue on Friday, April 25 in conjunction with the Books & Beats tour at Black Angel Cafe, 4414 Germantown Ave 6:30pm. Books & Beats Mumia Edition Saturday: The Celebration of Life culminates Saturday, April 26 at the historic Church of the Advocate. The day begins at 11AM with the Son's and Daughter's of the Revolution March from the former Black Panther Party headquarters at 19th and Cecil B. Moore. More than just edutainment, Saturday will host a powerful line up of panels addressing gentrification, political prisoners, the school to prison pipeline, the role of movement lawyers and more. Panelist highlights include: Pam Africa * Ramona Africa * Empress Phile Cinoseu * King Downing * Alton Madox * TJ Dean * Linn Washington * Shandre Delaney * Philadelphia Student Union * Youth United for Change * Walter Smolerak * Dr. Anthony Montiero * Dr.Jahi Issa * Johanna Fernandez * Fred Hampton Junior * Kemah Washington * Nellie Bailey * Kashara White * Erica Patton * Betsey Piette * Ajamu Sankofa * Orie Lamumba * Suzanne Ross * Theresa Shoatz * Cynthia Johnson * Henry De Berenardo * Omari Shakur * Yusef Shakur * Rakim Jenkins * Michael Coard *Darasia Selby * Jordan Winquist * Linn Washington * Delegates from: France, Germany, Haiti, Mexico, and Venezuela BRING YOUR OWN CHAIRS FOR OUTDOOR SEATING Saturday will also feature a Children Zone from 12pm-4pm, vending, yoga and a prisoner re-entry workshop hosted by PA Sentencing.com, De-Carcerate, the Human Rights Coalition and the Center for Returning Citizens. Please visit www.bringmumiahome.com for a full line up of the panels and performers. Vendors still welcome, especially healers. Please visit the Celebration of Life tab at www.bringmumiahome.com or email vending4mumia@gmail.com. We are also still accepting resource tables, open to organizations, institutions, entrepreneurs, and small businesses who would like pass out information about there services. There is no cost involved but you must provide your own their own table. Interested? Email barbaracoxeasley@aol.com.
Mumia's 60th Birthday Celebration: A Dedication to the Baraka Family
www.eventbrite.com
In honor of Mumia Abu Jamal's 60th birthday, The Celebration of Life begins with a dedication to the Baraka family and the Black Arts Movement dinner on Thursday, April 24. The fundraiser will feature a live jazz band and performances by The Last P Read more ...
oets, Marvin X, Ewuare Osayande; as well as a spec…
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Shesheena Bray TUNE INTO 900 AM- WAKE UP WITH WURD WITH HOST PHIL ALLEN FROM 6AM-10AM FOR DAILY UPDATES ON THE CELEBRATION OF LIFE. Thursday: The Celebration of Life kicks off this Thursday, April 24 with Mumia's birthday dinner, A Dedication to the Baraka Famil Read more ...
y and the Black Arts Movement. Live music and entertainment from Alfie Pollitt, Eware Osayande, Lamont Steptoe, the Last Poets and more. Featured speakers include Pam Africa, Cornel West and special messages from Angela Davis and Mama Charlotte O'Neal. Limited tickets available, purchase tickets online at http://celebrationoflife2014.eventbrite.com or call 267-259-1740. Tickets will not be sold at the door. Dress is semi- formal. Friday: The Celebration of Life will continue on Friday, April 25 in conjunction with the Books & Beats tour at Black Angel Cafe, 4414 Germantown Ave 6:30pm. Books & Beats Mumia Edition Saturday: The Celebration of Life culminates Saturday, April 26 at the historic Church of the Advocate. The day begins at 11AM with the Son's and Daughter's of the Revolution March from the former Black Panther Party headquarters at 19th and Cecil B. Moore. More than just edutainment, Saturday will host a powerful line up of panels addressing gentrification, political prisoners, the school to prison pipeline, the role of movement lawyers and more. Panelist highlights include: Pam Africa * Ramona Africa * Empress Phile Cinoseu * King Downing * Alton Madox * TJ Dean * Linn Washington * Shandre Delaney * Philadelphia Student Union * Youth United for Change * Walter Smolerak * Dr. Anthony Montiero * Dr.Jahi Issa * Johanna Fernandez * Fred Hampton Junior * Kemah Washington * Nellie Bailey * Kashara White * Erica Patton * Betsey Piette * Ajamu Sankofa * Orie Lamumba * Suzanne Ross * Theresa Shoatz * Cynthia Johnson * Henry De Berenardo * Omari Shakur * Yusef Shakur * Rakim Jenkins * Michael Coard *Darasia Selby * Jordan Winquist * Linn Washington * Delegates from: France, Germany, Haiti, Mexico, and Venezuela BRING YOUR OWN CHAIRS FOR OUTDOOR SEATING Saturday will also feature a Children Zone from 12pm-4pm, vending, yoga and a prisoner re-entry workshop hosted by PA Sentencing.com, De-Carcerate, the Human Rights Coalition and the Center for Returning Citizens. Please visit www.bringmumiahome.com for a full line up of the panels and performers. Vendors still welcome, especially healers. Please visit the Celebration of Life tab at www.bringmumiahome.com or email vending4mumia@gmail.com. We are also still accepting resource tables, open to organizations, institutions, entrepreneurs, and small businesses who would like pass out information about there services. There is no cost involved but you must provide your own their own table. Interested? Email barbaracoxeasley@aol.com.
Mumia's 60th Birthday Celebration: A Dedication to the Baraka Family
www.eventbrite.com
In honor of Mumia Abu Jamal's 60th birthday, The Celebration of Life begins with a dedication to the Baraka family and the Black Arts Movement dinner on Thursday, April 24. The fundraiser will feature a live jazz band and performances by The Last P Read more ...
oets, Marvin X, Ewuare Osayande; as well as a spec…
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Shesheena Bray TUNE INTO 900 AM- WAKE UP WITH WURD WITH HOST PHIL ALLEN FROM 6AM-10AM FOR DAILY UPDATES ON THE CELEBRATION OF LIFE. Thursday: The Celebration of Life kicks off this Thursday, April 24 with Mumia's birthday dinner, A Dedication to the Baraka Famil Read more ...
y and the Black Arts Movement. Live music and entertainment from Alfie Pollitt, Eware Osayande, Lamont Steptoe, the Last Poets and more. Featured speakers include Pam Africa, Cornel West and special messages from Angela Davis and Mama Charlotte O'Neal. Limited tickets available, purchase tickets online at http://celebrationoflife2014.eventbrite.com or call 267-259-1740. Tickets will not be sold at the door. Dress is semi- formal. Friday: The Celebration of Life will continue on Friday, April 25 in conjunction with the Books & Beats tour at Black Angel Cafe, 4414 Germantown Ave 6:30pm. Books & Beats Mumia Edition Saturday: The Celebration of Life culminates Saturday, April 26 at the historic Church of the Advocate. The day begins at 11AM with the Son's and Daughter's of the Revolution March from the former Black Panther Party headquarters at 19th and Cecil B. Moore. More than just edutainment, Saturday will host a powerful line up of panels addressing gentrification, political prisoners, the school to prison pipeline, the role of movement lawyers and more. Panelist highlights include: Pam Africa * Ramona Africa * Empress Phile Cinoseu * King Downing * Alton Madox * TJ Dean * Linn Washington * Shandre Delaney * Philadelphia Student Union * Youth United for Change * Walter Smolerak * Dr. Anthony Montiero * Dr.Jahi Issa * Johanna Fernandez * Fred Hampton Junior * Kemah Washington * Nellie Bailey * Kashara White * Erica Patton * Betsey Piette * Ajamu Sankofa * Orie Lamumba * Suzanne Ross * Theresa Shoatz * Cynthia Johnson * Henry De Berenardo * Omari Shakur * Yusef Shakur * Rakim Jenkins * Michael Coard *Darasia Selby * Jordan Winquist * Linn Washington * Delegates from: France, Germany, Haiti, Mexico, and Venezuela BRING YOUR OWN CHAIRS FOR OUTDOOR SEATING Saturday will also feature a Children Zone from 12pm-4pm, vending, yoga and a prisoner re-entry workshop hosted by PA Sentencing.com, De-Carcerate, the Human Rights Coalition and the Center for Returning Citizens. Please visit www.bringmumiahome.com for a full line up of the panels and performers. Vendors still welcome, especially healers. Please visit the Celebration of Life tab at www.bringmumiahome.com or email vending4mumia@gmail.com. We are also still accepting resource tables, open to organizations, institutions, entrepreneurs, and small businesses who would like pass out information about there services. There is no cost involved but you must provide your own their own table. Interested? Email barbaracoxeasley@aol.com.
Mumia's 60th Birthday Celebration: A Dedication to the Baraka Family
www.eventbrite.com
In honor of Mumia Abu Jamal's 60th birthday, The Celebration of Life begins with a dedication to the Baraka family and the Black Arts Movement dinner on Thursday, April 24. The fundraiser will feature a live jazz band and performances by The Last P Read more ...
oets, Marvin X, Ewuare Osayande; as well as a spec…
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